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Seven Doors to Meditation

Osho Mokurai Meditation Centre, Italy

21 – 27 April, 2024

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Osho  Meditation Retreat

Based on "The Book of Wisdom", Osho’s commentary on Atisha teaching "Seven Points of Mind Training"


These "Seven Points of Mind Training" are the fundamental teaching that Atisha gave to Tibet. They are of immense value. They are the whole of religion condensed. They are like seeds, but they contain the infinite. The moment you move into the statements deeply, when you contemplate and meditate and start experimenting with them, you will be surprised, you will be going into the greatest adventure of your life…

…Meditate on Atisha, listen to His advice; they are of immense value. It is not a philosophy, it is a manual to discipline yourself, it is a manual of inner transformation. …These sutras are golden. Keep them in your heart, they will nourish you, they will strengthen you, they will transform you. … It is the teaching that can help you grow into Wisdom.


Meditation is a Confrontation With Ourself.


A flight into the sky of our inner being; an individual exploration and journey into the depths of our heart and mind, into what and who we are. It is a process of going deeper and deeper into this reality, by dropping conditionings, fears, illusions, ideas, dreams, layers after layers... Meditation means to be here and now, to be present to the moment. A deep and intimate silence in our being, and a revealing, an uncovering, of our innate wisdom.

"Meditation is an ever present underground stream; what we need is to dig enough in ourselves to find this eternal source again. Finding it, is to find the greatest joy in life."∼Osho

This camp, a deep immersion into Osho’s revolutionary and innovative meditations, is based on Osho’s commentary and explanation on the XI century Tibetan text of Atisha "Seven Point of Mind Training (Lo Jong)" (Pha-chos Bu-chos). An invaluable guide, and a light for all inner paths, for every meditator, which can completely transform the mind and heart. An opening to the limitless space of our inner being.

Some of the Main Issues in This Retreat

  • The Preliminaries

  • Atisha Meditation, "Tong-Len" ("Giving and Taking" in Tibetan), also known as "Heart Meditation"

  • The arising of Bodhicitta

  • The base of mind functioning and the illusion of the ego

  • The four bodies (Kaya)

  • The essential meaning of witnessing

  • The difficulties and fundamental points of the awareness process

  • The meaning of "Compassion"

  • The meaning of "Wisdom"

  • The transcendental function of the five senses

  • The "Three principal causes" and "The three treasures"

  • The authentic and true meaning of "Freedom"

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