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Meditation – a Deep Sexual Orgasm
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Meditation – a Deep Sexual Orgasm

“In deep meditation, a sexual orgasm happens – not with someone outside you, but with your own polar opposite within… “I have said that man is afraid of both sex and death. That’s why they are taboos. No one talks about sex and no one talks about death. We remain silent about those two things....

Growing Up, or Just Growing Old?
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Growing Up, or Just Growing Old?

Why, in the East aging is praised while in the West it is feared?  There are many laws about middle age, because all over the world people become old. And many thinkers have been thinking, What is this old age? “The first law is De Never’s Lost Law; obviously about old age, the law can...

Death Can Be a Celebration
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Death Can Be a Celebration

Freedom to Choose Your Death Is a Birthright In a landmark decision on passive euthanasia, The Indian Supreme Court confirmed the right to die with dignity on 9, March 2018. While the court’s decision deals with practical legal matters of a ‘living will’ and ‘rights to remove life support of a terminal ill person,’ the...

Euthanasia Is Our Birthright It Can Lead to Enlightenment
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Euthanasia Is Our Birthright It Can Lead to Enlightenment

Euthanasia, or the Freedom to Choose Your Death, Should Be Accepted as a Birthright of Every Human Being. “A limit can be put to it, for example, seventy-five years. After the age of seventy-five the hospitals should be ready to help anybody who wants to get rid of their body. Every hospital should have a...

Intense Life, Love, and Death – the Secret of Life?
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Intense Life, Love, and Death – the Secret of Life?

Live as Intensely as Possible “Burn your candle of life from both ends. Burn it so intensely that if it is finished in one second it is okay. At least you will have known what it is, because only intensity penetrates. And if you can live an intense life you will have a different quality...

Osho Bardo: A Planned Death
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Osho Bardo: A Planned Death

What is a ‘good death’? Having set out to discover that, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, recently published their findings in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. They came up with 11 ‘core themes’: preferences for a specific dying process, pain-free status, religiosity/spirituality, emotional well-being, life completion, treatment preferences,...

Deep Dive into “I”
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Deep Dive into “I”

In Tibet, Monks Don’t Ask, ‘Who Am I?’ They Ask, ‘Where Am I?’ – Because the Who Can Create a Problem. “When you inquire, ‘Who am I?’ you take it for granted that you are; the only question is to know who you are. You have presupposed that you are. That is not contested. It is...

Death Is Certain, but It’s Not the End
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Death Is Certain, but It’s Not the End

In Life, Nothing Is Certain Except Death “Secondly: death is not going to happen in the end; it is already happening. It is a process. Just as life is a process, death is a process. We create the now, but life and death are just like your two feet, your two legs. Life and death...

Death Befriends Life
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Death Befriends Life

Death is Already Happening “Whether you face it or not, whether you look at it or not, it is already there. “It is just like breathing. When a child is born, he inhales. He breathes in for the first time. That is the beginning of life. And when one day he becomes old, dies, he...

Life Begins When We Start Living with Totality
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Life Begins When We Start Living with Totality

Often the fear of death comes up, intense and strong, and the fear of having to leave all this beauty, this friendship and love. How is it possible to relax in this certainty of death? “First, it is possible to relax only when death is a certainty. Relaxing is difficult when things are uncertain. If...

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