Q: Who is Agyat?
A: Agyat’s life was transformed in 2013 when he discovered the teachings of Osho. After leading a busy chaotic life and a stressful career, Agyat moved into Osho’s commune in Pune where he practiced the daily art of meditation for two years, where he practiced meditation daily. His personal transformation during this time was so profound that he chose to dedicate his life to the teachings & practices of Osho, becoming a disciple and sharing the path with others. Agyat transitioned into the another Osho communes. There he worked with, practiced along side and learned from the best Osho therapists, teachers and masters from around the world. Agyat has personally explored various paths of meditations including Sufism, Tantra, Zen and Osho Meditative Therapies. Inspired by these experiences, he then moved on to study Clinical Hypnotherapy and Reiki. Agyat is a source of inspiration & guidance to his clients in difficult times. He is able to help people to see complicated situations clearly & logically so that decision making becomes easier. Through using some of the meditation techniques he helps his clients move to the heart space from the head space, immediately to be more at peace & contented.
Agyat’s journey led him to Goa, where for many years he has been offering group workshops, meditation camps & retreats. Agyat also offers individual meditation sessions, private consultations and therapies and as an interactive online service.
‘Meditation and sharing my knowledge is my passion and it brings immense amounts of happiness, joy and contentment to me. I am living my dream everyday by doing what I love. There are no social cause’s behind my work. I am not trying to change a persons life, however if they choose to meditate and continue to meditate a great transformation is possible. Doors of ecstasy and wonders will open and life will become a great celebration’ – Agyat
- Individual Sessions – Hypnotherapy
- Individual Sessions – Reiki along with Chakra Cleansing
- Individual Sessions – Osho Active Meditation & Mindfulness
- Group Work – Osho Active Meditations & Mindfulness Workshops & Retreats
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A: OSHO is one of the greatest mystic of this century. Everyday he is changing the lives of millions of people through his methods of meditations and therapies. OSHO is an enlightened master & one of the most revolutionary master of this century since the time of Gautama The Buddha. He has designed various methods of meditation & meditative therapies for the modern men.
OSHO’s greatest contribution is sharing the art of living with totality, intensity, joy, dancing & meditation for modern men, keeping their fast paced life in perspective. His unique “OSHO Active Meditations” are designed to start from the body & releasing all the stress accumulated on the level of body & then allowing the quitter space of meditation to happen.
OSHO gave new name to sannyass, by saying that we do need to run into the forest to learn meditation & also to get enlightened. He said that materialism & spirituality are the part of the same coin. They are complementary to each other not against each other. He said that my people will be capable of doing the both enjoying all the outside pleasure of the body & at the same time will be able to get deeper into the meditation. OSHO has called this meeting as “Zorba the Buddha” . Zorba is for all the earthly pleasure of the life & Buddha for the meditative quality within.
Osho is an enlightened master who is best known for his Active Meditations that use the body as a tool to explore mindfulness. He has created over 3000 methods of meditation designed to meet the needs of a vast variety of people. The results are immediate and powerful. Osho has addressed various paths of meditation including Yoga, Sufism, Tantra, Zen, Taoism and has over 650 books written in his name.
‘I do not belong to the category of the learned. My whole life has been based on a fundamental truth which can only be called unlearning. Whatever the society has forced me to learn, through the schools and the colleges and the universities, my work has been how to unlearn it; how to clean myself from all this junk, rubbish and all kinds of crap. I am not a learned man. Perhaps I might be the most unlearned man in the world. And I would hate to be respected by the present humanity – it does not have that intelligence, nor has it that heart, nor has it that being’ Osho