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It Is The Ego Which Feels Jealous
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It Is The Ego Which Feels Jealous

3 min read Jealous Love Is Not Love “Love cannot be learned, it cannot be cultivated. A cultivated love would not be love at all. It would not be a real rose, it would be a plastic flower. When you learn something, it means something comes from the outside; it is not an inner growth. And love has...

Death – the Secret of Life?
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Death – the Secret of Life?

2 min read 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...

Befriending Myself
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Befriending Myself

3 min read I was asked to write about “What I do.” A good question really. And one that makes me think. Not like at a party when people ask me what I do and I roll out the ready-made answer: “Oh I’m a therapist” or “I’m a hypnotherapist,” or sometimes, “I’m an OSHO Therapist.”  As if that...

Marriage Counseling – Live Happily Ever After
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Marriage Counseling – Live Happily Ever After

4 min read Are Married People Happier or Healthier Than Those Who Choose to Remain Single? Bella DePaulo, one time visiting Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and author of Singled Out: How Singles Are Stereotyped, Stigmatized and Ignored, and Still Live Happily Ever After, writes this contribution to the New York Times, May, 26,...

Love Krishna, Live Krishna, Don’t Just Worship Him
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Love Krishna, Live Krishna, Don’t Just Worship Him

2 min read Every year people celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna in the same old fashion, with stories of his life re-enacted and his statue worshiped. However, the real worship of Krishna is not just in assigning him a place in mythology, but giving him space in our psychology, and imbibing the qualities he stands for. Krishna...

Love Brings Aloneness
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Love Brings Aloneness

2 min read Aloneness Is Something Very Deep to Be Understood, Something of Great Significance. “Love always brings aloneness. Aloneness always brings love. They are never separate. People think just the opposite. People think, “When you are in love, how can you be alone?” They don’t make any distinction between two words: loneliness and aloneness. Hence the confusion....

Who Is Responsible for Sexual Abuse of Children?
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Who Is Responsible for Sexual Abuse of Children?

5 min read In a Really Human Society There Will Be No Sexual Abuse of Children Last week, Oscars for best picture and original screenplay were awarded to “Spotlight,” the story of journalists in Boston who exposed widespread child abuse by priests within the Catholic Church. In his Oscar acceptance speech, the producer appealed to Pope Francis to...

Loving Yourself Is the Start of Your Journey
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Loving Yourself Is the Start of Your Journey

4 min read Love Yourself Completely – You Are a Perfect Creation “First you have to learn to love yourself, because only if you love yourself can you love the other. You have to love yourself so much that love starts overflowing. “Perhaps that is where you are; you need the other. That is the second stage of...

Keep Love Fresh
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Keep Love Fresh

2 min read “Love Is Always New “It never becomes old because it is non-accumulative, non-hoarding. It knows no past; it is always fresh, as fresh as the dewdrops. It lives moment to moment, it is atomic. It has no continuity, it knows no tradition. Each moment it dies and each moment it is born again. It is...

Death Is the Only Certainty
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Death Is the Only Certainty

3 min read “Death is already happening, so don’t put it in the future. “If you don’t put it in the future there is no question of defending yourself; if it is already happening – and it has been already happening always – then there is no question of protecting yourself against death. Death has not killed you;...

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