OSHO Multiversity

OSHO Multiversity may be the largest center in the world for meditation and individual growth processes.
It encompasses all the current Western therapy approaches, the healing arts of East and West, esoteric sciences, creative arts, centering and martial arts, Tantra, Zen, Sufism, and Meditative Therapies.
The Multiversity offers individual sessions, as well as group activities including classes, courses and intensives having meditation both as their base and as their objective.
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First-time visitors: All first-time visitors to the OSHO International Meditation Resort attend a Welcome Morning which provides a solid introduction to the Meditation Resort and its entire program of activities. To prepare your visit, please check the Frequently Asked Questions about the Meditation Resort.
"1 to 1" Program guidance is available to help you design an individual program to suit your needs, so that you can get the most out of your time here.
Program details: Scroll through the Multiversity program calendar or through the courses/classes by subject.
Language: All courses are held in English.
Course timings for most courses are from 9:30 – 16:00, with an occasional extra session at night. All courses also include the OSHO Dynamic Meditation at 6:00, the OSHO Kundalini Meditation at 16:15, and the 18:45 Evening Meeting meditation.
For more information about the meditations click here
Booking: There is no need for advance reservations. You can usually book up to the day a course starts. For the three days leading up to a course, the facilitators are available for information talks.
Prerequisites: Some courses have prerequisites for participation, these are listed with the course descriptions. Occasionally this means you need to arrive three days in advance for an interview and preparations.
Terms and conditions of participation: Click here 
"Never close your doors before you have experimented with anything – never, never. Otherwise many things remain unlived, unknown. They were available, and you would have gone through something beautiful; you would have been enriched by them. Always say yes to the new."
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