Episode 7 - How to successfully run a meditation centre with little resources
Today our guest is Sudas . Sudas is a philosopher, retired teacher and co-founder of Osho Risk, a beautiful meditation centre in Denmark.
We are going to talk about how to create a meditation centre in the middle of nowhere in a cold country with little money and turn it into a thriving place which attracts thousands of people from all over the world. Sudas shares his tips learnt in over 30 years experience and talk about mentorship and how Osho Risk is opening up to exchange with new generations.
I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Sudas via Osho Risk website below. Enjoy the show!
Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:
- Sudas' background
- Sudas' journey from Ireland to India via Denmark
- How Sudas arrived to Osho in 1978
- Sudas joins Osho Risk in Denmark as a cook (without knowing how to cook)
- Sudas explain the financial model that made Risk successful
- Sudas’ advice for people who want to start a residential meditation centre
- Sudas talks about the challenges of communal living and how to go about them
- Sudas talks about what makes Osho Risk unique
- Why visit Osho Risk?
- Sudas' projects
- Sudas' morning routine
- Sudas' favourite meditation
- Sudas and Osho today
Sudas on Facebook
Osho Resort Pune, India
Love Osho Youtube channel
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