Sex matters by Osho Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

Sex matters by Osho Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

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Sex matters
By Osho, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

One of the greatest spiritual thinkers of the twentieth century explores the physical and emotional intimacies of men and women in Sex Matters: Sex to Superconsciousness.

Sex matters to us all. The Osho approach to sex begins with an understanding of how important love is in our lives, while at the same time acknowledges that the journey into love cannot exclude our innate biological energies. With this perspective, it becomes clear that the tendency for religions, and for society in general, to associate sex with sin and morality has been a great misfortune.

Sex Matters begins by deconstructing the layers of sexual repression that the condemnation of sex has inflicted on humans. Throughout the book―in response to questions about everything from jealousy to premature ejaculation, the role of intimacy and the differences between men and women―Osho proposes a vision that embraces sex as a fundamental gift from nature. We learn how orgasm offers a glimpse of timelessness, thoughtlessness, and pure awareness―biology’s way of pointing toward the consciousness that helps us to understand ourselves.

Finally, we are presented with a clear choice: a repressed sexuality that leads to pornography, perversion, and a stunted humanity or a playful, respectful, and relaxed innocence that supports us in becoming fulfilled and whole, as nature intended.

Osho, known for his revolutionary contribution to the science of inner transformation, continues to inspire millions of people worldwide in their search to define a new approach to individual spirituality that is self-directed and responsive to the everyday challenges of contemporary life. 

Book Condition: Very good: The book is pre-owned but is in a very good condition.  Dust cover is missing, but either then that the book is in an excellent condition, almost as new. As seen in pictures. 

Year of publication : 2002
Publisher : St. Martin's Press
ISBN 0-312-26160-8
Number of pages : 290
First edition: July 2002

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