February 4-15, 2016 Pune – India
The A.F.H. (Anti – Fisher – Hoffman) Process, is a profound, 12 day exploration that reconnects people with their roots and frees them from their past.
In our childhood we have always been directed to be and behave in a way that was acceptable to our parents and society rather than to be true to ourselves. This has created a layer of conditioning and a false self which masks our true essence and hinders us from living a rich and full life whether in work, relationships or in our creativity. When we look inward we have no idea who we truly are; we find instead a deep longing to find love and freedom.
Osho with his profound understanding of the conditioned mind, reframed what had been an egocentric piece of work transforming it into this process in what he called the A.F.H., a form of deep work to free people from any source of conditioning, be it from family, religion or society.
The A.F.H. process opens us to experience and understand how conditioning has been created and how it has been passed down from generation to generation. From the understanding comes freedom, grace and responsibility for our own lives.
“My effort here is to destroy all conditioning – Hindu, Mohammedan, Christian, Jewish…It does not matter what kind of conditioning you are carrying, I want you to drop it. It is a weight. And through all the therapies, I am trying to do something else which the West has not understood yet. Through therapies they try to bring you to normal humanity. Their psychoanalysis brings people to what they call sanity. My therapies here, and all the psychoanalytic methods used, have a different purpose. It is not to make you into normal, average, so-called sane people: it is to cleanse you of all traps, all theories, all religions – all kinds of conditionings. All these therapies here are deprogramming you and leaving you free, without any program. The negative part is being done by the therapies – they destroy your programming – and the positive part is done by meditation”. Osho
- The process is mostly residential, in silence and in isolation with limited number of participants.
- Previous emotional and or primal work is recommended.
- Admission is by a series of interviews.
- For pre-interview: write to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You need to arrive in the OSHO International Meditation Resort, Pune India at least one week before the process starts.
Bela Dubbelman (1964)
Bela’s passion is childhood deconditioning work which she had been involved with since 1996.
After participating in the AFH – The Osho Freedom Process she was naturally drawn to being trained as a facilitator. Her love for the process is rooted in the intensity and the truth of the work which she says has been one of her most profound experiences, changing both her life and meditation.
Bela is known for her deep intuitive approach, inviting and supporting people to go beyond their conditioning. She is busy most of the year facilitating courses and sessions at the OSHO International Meditation Resort as well as in various locations in Europe and Asia.