Osho Neo-vipassana Meditation Weekend


Chaitanya Keerti

€ 175 for the entire weekend (including all meditations, breakfast, lunch, dinner) or Friday € 15, Saturday € 90, Sunday € 70

Overnight stay possible upon request. Recommended to take part the entire weekend and sleep over.



Amrita van Veldhoven 


Swami Chaitanya Keerti is coming to the The Hague for a Neo-Vipassana Meditation Retreat. This will be different than the traditional vipassana groups in which you sit silently for 10 hours daily. Instead this weekend offers very dynamic and playful meditations leading you naturally into a space of deep silence and serenity. Osho says "First you have to dance, first you have to shout in joy, and sing, and so your life becomes more vital. First you have to cathart, so all that you have repressed is thrown out and your body is purified of toxins and poisons, and your psyche also is purified from repressed traumas and wounds. When this has happened and you have become able to laugh and you have become able to love, then Vipassana.’ During this weekend we will explore different meditation techniques that are especially suitable for the modern over-stressed and overthinking man. It will help one simply to relax into oneself. This meditation retreat is open to all seekers of all level of meditation experience. No prior meditation experience is required.

About Swami Chaitanya Keerti

Swami Chaitanya Keerti took initiation into Osho's Neo Sannyas in 1971. Since then he has devoted his time in spreading Osho's message in India and abroad. He functioned as the spokesperson for Osho Commune International, Pune for 20 years and currently he is associated with Osho World Foundation, New Delhi. He is the editor of monthly magazine Osho World published in Hindi and English from New Delhi. He has been the editor-publisher of Osho Times International and Osho books. Swami Chaitanya Keerti regularly contributes articles on meditation and other subjects to several national and international newspapers and magazines. He travels extensively to conduct meditation camps in different parts of the country and abroad.