Meditation

Meditation

“It’s like a lightning bolt that’s hitting… the realization of who you truly are… and all this self that we are glued to being is realized as a suit that we are wearing, as some kind of mental vehicle and the body as some kind of physical vehicle that is being used for this experience that we call life.”

       – A quote from Satsang with Tyohar

The soul of PachaMama is the Silent Retreats and Meditation. Meditation is the gateway to finding the silent space within. The community of PachaMama was born from and is moving forward from this space. All of the groups, events and ceremonies in PachaMama are founded on and around the Silent Meditation.

Silent Sitting

Silent Sitting

“Silence is the language of our soul. When your being is silent you are in the knowing of your true nature.”
– A quote from Satsang with Tyohar

Every evening at 6.30pm, PachaMama comes together for a 45 min silent meditation allowing the thoughts of the day to drop to the background, to deepen the work that is happening and bring a fresh presence to the village.

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Satsang

Satsang

Satsang is the weaving of everything that is happening here.

“This sharing of Satsang, this meeting in truth, is not a teaching; it is a mirror reflecting the essence of who you are, once you look in that mirror without the filters of the thoughts and of the mind you will fall in love with the reflection.”
– A quote from Satsang with Tyohar

Each week throughout the year PachaMama gathers in the Osho Hall for Satsang and in the Silent Retreats, twice a day.
In Satsang, Tyohar points to the true nature of that which is beyond the thoughts. He responds to questions and guides the presence in Osho Hall  to a silent space within.
The Sanskrit word Satsang means “Meeting with Truth”. This is the heart of Tyohar’s work and the essence of the journey in PachaMama. Living closely and sitting silently in the presence of a living Master can nourish the deepest longing of the soul.  The Satsang always starts with the ‘Namaste greeting’, which means: “The Buddha in me honors the Buddha in you”.
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Silent Retreats

Silent Retreats

“We retreat from the world, we retreat from all our mental habits, we take a break from the way we are used to flow with life, (which is the mind on the wheel), we take a break and we allow this energy to unfold in a mysterious way.”
– A quote from Satsang with Tyohar

The Silent Retreats are the corner stone of Tyohar’s work, where profound understandings and clarifications are revealed as well as meeting the pure presence within.

Days in silence provides a tranquil environment for the deepest inquiry into the truth of one’s being, where one is dissolving into the timeless here and now. In this journey of transformation essential evolution takes place.  A Silent Retreat is a unique opportunity to focus solely on the most earnest questions of the heart and to spend some days in silence in a beautiful, natural setting.

The program includes Satsang with Tyohar twice a day and a daily practice of yoga and various meditations.

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Who Is In? - Awareness Intensive

Who Is In? - Awareness Intensive

“It’s like a lightening that’s hitting… the realization of who you truly are… and all this self that we are glued to is being realized as the suit that we are wearing, as some kind of mental vehicle and the body as some kind of physical vehicle that is being used for this experience that we call life.”
– A quote from Satsang with Tyohar

Based on traditional Zen techniques, seeking the direct experience of truth of being, the repeated use of the Zen koan ”Who is in?” acts like an arrow, piercing through the layers of the mind. It exposes identification with the false personality, rigid beliefs and preconceived ideas. It sheds old layers and reveals an expanded state of consciousness, eventually reconnecting us to the source.

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Vipassana

Vipassana

“The mind can never find peace because the mind can never be here and now, it is never present in the moment, when you bring it to the moment it disappears.”
– A quote from Satsang with Tyohar

Vipassana is a way of self-transformation through self-observation. It focuses on the deep interconnection between mind and body, which can be experienced directly by disciplined attention to the physical sensations that form the life of the body, and that continuously interconnect and condition the life of the mind. It is this observation-based, self-exploratory journey to the common root of mind and body that dissolves mental impurity, resulting in a balanced mind full of love and compassion.
The scientific laws that operate one’s thoughts, feelings, judgements and sensations become clear. Through direct experience, the nature of how one grows or regresses, how one produces suffering or frees oneself from suffering is understood. Life becomes characterized by increased awareness, non-delusion, self-control and peace.

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