Like it or not, your relationship with your parents will have a lifelong influence on the way you behave with people, move into life, and love yourself. If you are lucky, that legacy will be an overwhelmingly positive one. But what happens when you are raised by difficult, negative, abusive parents?
How can you free yourself from that negative legacy? How can you overcame that pain? How can you stop attracting again and again the same type of dysfunctional people into your life? Where do your behaviour patterns come from? Why do you react in certain ways to certain specific situations again and again?
Within your own family, as child many times you may have felt abandoned, abused and neglected. In order to avoid this painful situation and to be loved, you tried to be as your parent wanted you to be, adopting their psychological attitudes, emotions, behaviours and beliefs. Often in families you assume roles to hide behind and thus shut off from your authentic self and your true nature.
This how your personality get formed, how your false Self developed wrapped over your heart in plastic layers of numbness. Now, you still move as false identity, playing roles and attitude when your only longing is to be loved, but unconsciously, re-creating the same painful situations you had when you were a child.
In the Primal you dig in to your past open to your painful feelings. You felt your wounds of not being seen, understood and accepted as you are. You cried and screamed your Primal Pain. In this second step you will reveal the many layers of the false Self, becoming aware of what life can be like if you could be who you were born to be.
‘The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.’
“Awareness is never lost. It simply becomes entangled with the other, with objects. So the first thing to be remembered: it is never lost, it is your nature, but you can focus it on anything you want. When you get tired of focusing it on money, on power, on prestige, and that great moment comes in your life when you want to close your eyes and focus your awareness on its own source, on where it is coming from, on the roots – in a split second your life is transformed. And don’t ask what the steps are; there is only one step. The process is very simple. The step is only one: that is turning in.” ~Osho
Start: December 13 – 8:00 pm
End: December 23 – 4:00 pm
Workshop Type: De-Conditioning Process
Requirements: Previous groups experience (having participated in Primal or any other intensive de-conditioning process), interview, silence and isolation during the process.
Place: Verona, Italy
Venue: Osho Campus
Description: Tucked in the quiet Verona, Italy countryside, in just 1 hour from Milan, Venice and 2 hours from Florence. Osho Campus is a 5-star Venue offering a meditative and creative space to celebrate one’s inner growth. Its 15-minute drive from the Verona International Airport Catullo.
Accommodation & Food:
|Category A: Single room & Toilet||€84/night|
|Category B: Double Room & Toilet||€74/night|
|Category C: 3 Beds room & Toilet||€69/night|
|Category D: 4/5 Beds room & Toilet||€65/night|
|Category E: Dormitory||€58/night|
|Membership card for activity: € 18
Food quality and love:
We say love conquers all and so does the Italian food served at the Osho Campus. One of the many unique qualities of this venue compared to others around the world is the deliciousness of the food, the quality, and the taste. A meditation in itself. Our Chef de Campus is an alchemical artist whose combination of flavor, texture and the freshness of ingredients, gives everyone on this journey an extra bonus, adding a special touch of love and care to this process.
about prem sambhavo
Sambhavo is a specialized therapist with a Clinical Master and Ph.D. in Psychology. He was a psychology researcher and teacher at the University of Florence from 1994 till 2000, and is a Path of Love Leader in English, Italian and Spanish.
At a very young age, his passion for human potential and self-discovery drew him to meditation and psychology, where he became familiar with many self-exploration techniques, meditations and therapy approaches such as: Osho Therapy, Strategic Short-Term Therapy, Group Dynamic, Bioenergetic, Sexual Trauma, Primal, Trauma Resolution and Psychodynamic Therapy.
His longing for truth never stops, and he constantly searches and works on himself, experiencing new paths, methods, groups, and self-development processes.
For the past 25 years, Sambhavo has been working with people. He is a full member of the APA (American Psychological Association) and the EFPA (European Federation Psychologists Associations).