No Mind Meditation Intensive

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No Mind Meditation Intensive


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March 15 – 21, 2023

Join us for our 13th Annual No Mind Meditation Intensive lead by Miten!

We invite you to experience this powerful meditation technique as we offer our 11th Annual No Mind Intensive March 14 -20 at OMC

via Zoom and in person at our center (whoo hooo).

“No-mind means intelligence. Mind means gibberish, not intelligence. And when I am asking you for gibberish, I am simply asking you to throw out the mind and all its activity so you remain behind – pure, clean, transparent, perceptive.“  Osho.

Wednesday March 15 – Friday, March 17 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Saturday, March 18 and Sunday March 19 from 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Monday March 20 – Tuesday, March 21 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm

We suggest you commit to all seven days to experience the full benefits and really go deep with this remarkable meditation technique designed by Osho in 1988 for the modern madness we live in (which seems to be now more then ever)! If you can’t make it on the times listed for all 7 days, come to as many as you can and do the technique at home on the days you can’t join us.. Each day will have 45 minutes of gibberish followed by 45 minutes of silent sitting. Here is what Osho has said about this meditation process:


“That is the purpose of our gibberish before the meditation. Just a time to throw everything, without inhibition. These creatures that you throw out are eating your head continuously, destroying your intelligence. Catch them and throw them out.” Osho

Leads to silence:

“Now you are ready to go inwards with all your consciousness, with all your life energy. Move towards the center of your being. That is from where you have come and that is where everybody goes back.” Osho

This No Mind Meditation will be lead by Sw. Miten:

“I invite you all to really commit for the entire 7 days. This process is potent and a valuable tool to your own inner evolution. Please set time aside. Give yourself this gift. You are holding hands with death. The time of departure is unknown. What is most important in your life?” Miten