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Being in Love: How to Love with Awareness and Relate Without Fear

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2008

    A definite must read!

    Before you begin to read, understand that this is not a book written by Osho but is his lectures that have been transcribed into a readable format, so it may take a bit to get into the groove of what is on paper. But once you get past that you¿ll find a book that although it may upset and infuriate you at first, is filled with truths that strike you to the core of your being. We as a human race are heading into tumultuous times, just turn to the media and you will see. But this is a struggle that mankind has been experiencing throughout his existence, so the question comes to mind, why? Why has mankind always brought himself to the brink of destruction and back again? What is our ultimate purpose to exist? Why are we here? What are we to learn? Simple, love. This book explains how humans get caught in the emotional turmoil they believe is real love but is actually lust. That through marriage and relationships we have forgotten that love needs the freedom to move and be expressed in many ways (again, not physically) and without that freedom and trust, love becomes captive, squelched and eventually nothing more than a possession. If you are looking to find out what love really is, and how to flourish within in it, read this book. But if you are attached to the societal ideals, practices of the past that restrict and cause self judgment, religious restrictions, then this book is not for you, you are not ready to hear the message and find your inner strength that will cause you to rebel against the masses and find completion within the only place you really need to find it, yourself.

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