Osho Desert Ashram Israel

How Does One Learn About Oneself : Jiddu Krishnamurti

Here J Krishnamurti discusses the human condition and the structure of fear. He asks us to see if, while living in this world with so much chaos and division, we can find out what the source of the violence is and what we can do about it. This Talk is J Krishnamurti first one of a series of 4 talks given in San Diego State College,5th April, 1970.

Lucid Dreaming

Once your dreams are known, then you can be helped to become more natural, less repressive, and more honest with yourself.

Tibet – Cry of the Snow Lion

Tibet was invaded, pillared, raped, destroyed. Tibet had no armies, no weapons, no tanks; yet their monasteries were robbed, priceless historical and religious scriptures were burned, monks tortured, and nuns raped before being horribly murdered. Tibetans were forced not to meditate, but to work in the fields. Under loaded machine guns, meditators were being forced to work in labor camps and wear the typical Chinese peasant uniforms so that all their uniqueness and individuality would be destroyed. In addition, the Tibetan language is deliberately being destroyed; children are forced to learn and speak Chinese. It is a tragedy that Tibet fell into the hands of materialists who believe people are only matter and that consciousness is only a by-product of matter. Communists are not interested in meditation and they even deny the existence of the inner sphere.

Healing Inner Child Meditation

Each of us has an inner child or a true self. This inner child is molded according to our childhood experiences. Happy childhoods produce an inner child who is contented and at peace while abusive childhoods create a lost and wounded one.

A bit about the place and the people

An Ashram is a place for learning and experiencing yourself. It is a school in which you decide the rate of your learning.

Osho once said: “to teach meditation you need do nothing but provide a meditative atmosphere”.

Indeed, with the open desert surrounding us, the daily meditations and the many possibilities to work with us in the gardens and in the kitchen, to rest and to have fun. Osho Desert Ashram is a special place that helps you shed your layers of armor and come closer to yourself and to others. And to breath.

The Ashram was founded several years ago by Rafeek, man of the media, and Musa, man of Kibbutz Samar, one of the pioneers of date farming in the Arava and introducers of the Rainbow tribe, a man of vision.

Throughout the years, many dear friends have lived in the Ashram or came through it, and they built and shaped its unique character.

Today, the residents and operators of Desert Ashram are: Shradha, Yoram Jay ram, Utsav, Tal (half), Nirdosh, Assaf Re’emim, Diani and Jagadeva Orram, and with us are the participants of the Working Meditation Program and other lovely people, who help around in the special everyday life of the place.

As a community and a commune, we try to live together in awareness, harmony and love, honest humanity, cooperation and mutual support in the growth of this place and in the personal growth of each and every one of us.

The facilities include air conditioned rooms with attached bathrooms, a workshop and meditation hall, a meditation tent with a view of the desert, a huge circular dome facing the desert, a mess hall that serves tasty home cooked vegetarian meals, camping areas with hot showers and a couple of cute little pools.
Furthermore, we try to be environmentally friendly, separating the trash and making compost, natural mud construction and more.

The various activities in the Ashram include: meditations, Rebearthing, therapy, yoga, laughter yoga, Psychodrama, Contact, Tantra, Primal Feelings, breathing, bioenergy, dancing, singing, writing, art, Vipassana, martial arts, Tai Chi, Qigong, Chakra work and many more.

To visit Osho Desert Ashram , you can:

– Come as a guest to a workshop or a festival, or just like that for no reason, for a quiet rest in a room or camping out.
– Come to the WOMP (Working Meditation Program), and live with us for 10 days up to 10 weeks.
– Come to festivals as a helper and get free entry and meals for 6 daily hours of work.

Where are we?

Desert Ashram is on route 40, about 70 km south of Mitzpe Ramon (45 minute drive through beautiful scenery crossing Macktesh Ramon), or 85 km north of Eilat (turn left on Route 90 (Arava Route) in Ketura junction). To see a map, click here.
By bus: no. 392 between Be’er Sheva and Eilat, click here to check schedules in the Egged Bus operator website.

Website: www.desertashram.co.il

 

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