In conversation with Swaram, Moumina discusses the modalities she feels are most valuable in her work today and how her vision on women’s liberation has changed after meeting Osho.
Therapy is not about techniques
25 August 2020
In the mid 70s Moumina was a teenage radical feminist living in a feminist commune in London where not even male cats were allowed. She went to India to learn Indian dance, ended up in Poona and fell in love with Osho after she heard a talk in which Osho provocatively attacked the women’s liberation. Moumina realised her identification with feminism (and other beliefs), and started her path of self-discovery which led her to become one of the most experienced therapists in the world of Osho.
“The main thing for which I’m forever grateful is that the focus was that it’s coming from inside you. It’s not relying on any technique. It’s coming from Osho. I learnt to trust in a space that has nothing to do with me or my skills. This is what we learnt. We learnt many methods but the method is not the main thing. It was this space of Osho and trust.”
Moumina took sannyas in 1978 and was a Director of the Centre for Transformation at the Osho International Meditation Resort in Pune, India. She has been leading workshops and trainings all over the world for over 30 years and specialises in Pulsation (neo-Reichian emotional release breath-work), Neo-Reichian body type reading, Star Sapphire psychic energy work and Family Constellation therapy. moumina.online