The Path of Love 7-Day residential meditation retreat is an intense and effective developmental process. Incorporating a wide range of research and teachings including the work of Osho, Jungian psychology, somatic therapeutic approaches and Sufi mysticism, this residential meditation retreat is a research-proven synthesis between the science of Western psychotherapy and the spirituality of Eastern mindfulness and meditation.
Graduates frequently describe this workshop as “the best retreat I ever did.”
For the past 40 years, Turiya Hanover and Rafia Morgan, the Path Retreats founders, have been training in a multitude of spiritual and therapeutic modalities. For a great part of that time they also received personal guidance and life-training from Osho, an enlightened master.
Each Path of Love facilitator is a highly skilled therapist with years of in-depth experience in helping people to heal, and most are also sannyasins of Osho. In the 22 years of Path of Love, our therapists have skillfully and professionally supported participants to express and resolve feelings around nearly every human hurt and tragedy, from death, divorce and separation and lack of closeness between partners, friends, or family, to traumas originating in childhood.
The influence of Osho is foundational to the Path of Love 7-Day process, and the first Path of Love was held in 1997 at the Osho International Meditation Resort in India, which today remains one of the foremost meditation centers in the world. Our retreats include quotes and meditations from Osho, as well as other teachers and teachings, and are held with the utmost trust and integrity. We continue to offer at least one retreat per year at the Osho International Meditation Resort.
Each individual has to create his own path while walking on it. Your surrender is going to be your surrender; it will be as perfect as you are. – Osho
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