A meditation for conscious living and dying
with Maneesha on Zoom


NOVEMBER 2021 - 3 and 4 (evening)

(in English with Italian live translation)

Much of our fear around death is because of our societal conditioning or sad experience of others dying.
There is a different way to view death: through meditation because in fact, turning inside to meditate is similar in many ways to the turning in that happens in our dying.
Through discussion and practising several meditative techniques, culminating in the meditation called OSHO Bardo, we can gently move, step by step, from the misperception of ourselves as simply a bodymind into the oceanic space of consciousness.
With this experiential knowing, our dying – and our supporting others in their dying – can be completely transformed.

Maneesha presents Osho Bardo




Maneesha is known internationally as the reader-of-questions in Osho’s daily public discourses.
She has written what Osho refers to as the ‘historical documentation’ of his work in the form of a trilogy.

She has a background in general and psychiatric nursing, midwifery and psychotherapy. In her workshops she brings these experiences together with her long personal practise of meditation and being with people in various stages of living-dying, in grief.

Through Oshosammasati, of which she is a co-founder and director, she provides support for those wanting to approach dying consciously for themselves and for helping others with the same wish.

See her website for more infos: oshosammasati.org





Through the connection via Zoom you can take part in this special journey guided live by Maneesha. The event is in English with live translation into Italian.

- There will be a first session on Wendsday evening November 3 from 18.30 p.m. to 20.30 (Rome time).

- On Thursday evening, November 4 we will meet again for the second session from 18.30 p.m. to 20.30 with Maneesha.

Cost and booking

Cost for the whole package: 60 euros
To book and see all the participation details go to this page: BOOKING.


“My work consists of teaching you how to live and how to die, how to be joyous and how to be sad; how to enjoy your youth and how to enjoy your old age, how to enjoy your health and how to enjoy your illness.

If I teach you only how to enjoy your health, your joy and your life, and the other part is neglected, then I am teaching you something which is going to create a division in you, a split in you. I teach you the totality of existence.

Don’t possess. Don’t hold anything and don’t cling. Let things come and pass. Allow things to pass through you, and you remain always vulnerable, available. Then there is great beauty, great grace and great ecstasy. Your sadness will bring a depth to you, as much as your joy. Your death will bring great gifts to you, as many as life itself. Then a man knows that this whole existence is his: nights and days, summers and winters – all are his. In remaining vulnerable, open and relaxed, you become a master.

The greatest thing to learn is not to hold onto anything: to your love, to your joy, to your body or to your health. Enjoy everything – your health, your body, your love, your woman or your man – but don’t cling…. If something is available, enjoy it. When it disappears, let it disappear with gratitude – gratitude for all that it has done for you, with no grudge and with no complaint. And you will know the greatest joys of both life and death, of both light and darkness, of both being and non-being.”

Osho from: The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha Volume 7

Cost and booking

Cost for the whole package: 60 euros
To book and see all the participation details go to this page: BOOKING.

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