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Here's what he wrote on LOVE as relating as opposed to being a relationship. Is there some motive? Whether you call it politics or not is not the question, it is political.
Add to Wish List. The ultimate guide to relating in the 21st century, this book is for those who are looking for something more real than the traditional, "till death do us part" platitudes. Always mindful of the anti-sex, anti-life teachings of religions and educational institutions, the book responds to dozens of gritty, essential questions about a wide range of relationship issues.
One: Lovey — Dovey. Two: Real and Unreal — the First Step. Three: The Virtues of Selfishness. Four: Attached to Nothing. Six: From Lust to Love to Loving. Seven: Let There Be Spaces. Eight: The Koan of Relationship. Nine: Tabula Rasa. Ten: The Fundamental Slavery. Eleven: Beware of the Popes. Twelve: Is There Life after Sex? Thirteen: It Takes a Village. Fourteen: Aloneness Is Your Nature. Fifteen: Strangers to Ourselves. Sixteen: Solitary and Elect.
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Create an Account Back. Forgot Password. Please enter your email address below to receive a password reset link. Submit Back. Where does jealousy come from, and how can we free ourselves from it? Is it really possible to be in a relationship and still have a life outside of the "we" identity? Howsoever you try to manage it, you will never be able to manage it. Nobody has ever been able to manage it. It is made in such a way that it simply remains puzzling.
The more you try to demystify it, the more mysterious it becomes. The more you try to understand it, the more elusive it is. It is a greater koan than any koan that Zen masters give to their disciples, because their koans are meditative — one is alone. When you are given the koan of relationship it is far more complicated, because you are two — differently made, differently conditioned, polar opposites to each other, pulling in different directions, manipulating each other, trying to possess, dominate… there are a thousand and one problems.
In relationship there are a thousand and one problems. If you are silent, there is a problem. Just sit silently by the side of your wife and you will see — she will immediately jump upon you: "Why are you silent? What do you mean? Or if sometimes you see a relationship coming to a point where it is no longer a problem, that simply means it is not a relationship anymore. The relationship has disappeared — the fighters are tired, they have started accepting things as they are.
Just force the woman to follow the man, then there is no problem. But it is not a relationship either. When the woman is no longer an independent person the problem disappears — but the woman has also disappeared. Then she is just a thing to be used; then there is no joy, and the man starts looking for some other woman. Just go a little deeper and you will be surprised. I have heard about one happy marriage… "A hillbilly farmer decided it was time to get married, so he saddled his mule and set off for the city to find a wife.
In time, he met a woman and they were married. So they both climbed up on the mule and started back for the farm. After a while, the mule balked and refused to move.
The farmer got down, found a big stick, and beat the mule until it again began to move. A few miles later, the mule balked again, and the entire scene was repeated. The farmer got down, got his wife down, and then took out a pistol and shot the mule in the eye, killing it instantly. In the future, the reverse is going to be tried — the husband has to follow the wife.
But it is the same thing. And unless you have solved a more fundamental thing about yourself, you cannot solve it. The problem of love can be solved only when the problem of meditation has been solved, not before it. Because it is really two non-meditative persons who are creating the problem. More Information. Related Products.
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Register a free business account. Paperback: pages Publisher: St. Osho, one of the greatest spiritual thinkers of the twentieth century, explores the connections between ourselves and others. Love can only happen through freedom and in conjunction. Is it possible to be alone and not lonely?
Shelves: wishlist This book is not easy to read. Because of what society have taught us. I read this book few pages at the time and then I had to put it down because this new information was too overwhelming.
By Osho. Osho, one of the greatest spiritual thinkers of the twentieth century, explores the connections between ourselves and others in Love, Freedom, and Aloneness: The Koan of Relationships. Love can only happen through freedom and in conjunction with a deep respect for ourselves and the other. Is it possible to be alone and not lonely? In Love, Freedom, and Aloneness you will find unique, radical, and intelligent perspectives on these and other essential questions.
Written in English. We cannot afford to neglect even one second of it. If we do, it will cost us dearly in book is helping us understand that we are not obligated to awaken love before it is ready for us. Ford, University of Cambridge, UK. About the Author. All books, all the time Find reading recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more at the Amazon Book Review. Learn more.
Он почувствовал, как вокруг него выросла стена, и понял, что ему не удастся выпутаться из этой ситуации, по крайней мере своевременно. И он в отчаянии прошептал ей на ухо: - Сьюзан… Стратмор убил Чатрукьяна. - Отпусти ее, - спокойно сказал Стратмор.
something about attachment and freedom. My boyfriend feels less and less like making love, and this makes me upset and frustrated, even to the point where I.