But at the same time, there arises an undercurrent of feeling that something is missing-a quality of intimacy. This quality has very little to do with the physical, though sex is certainly one possible door. Far more important is a willingness to expose our deepest feelings and vulnerabilities, with the trust that the other person will treat them with care. Ultimately, the willingness to take the risk of intimacy has to be grounded in an inner strength that knows that even if the other remains closed, even if that trust is betrayed, we will not suffer any permanent damage. In this gentle and compassionate guide, Osho takes his readers step-by-step through what makes people afraid of intimacy, how to encounter those fears and go beyond them, and what they can do to nourish themselves and their relationships to support more openness and trust. OSHO challenges readers to examine and break free of the conditioned belief systems and prejudices that limit their capacity to life in all its richness.
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It comes like a breeze with great fragrance, fills your heart, and suddenly where there was a desert there is a garden full of flowers. When they can say each and everything without any fear that the other will be offended or hurt. Then it is a kind of arrangement, which can be broken by anything. He loved you so much that he could not resist the temptation to create you.
Remember, being cannot happen conveniently, otherwise everybody would have being without any problem. Being happens only when you take risks, when you move in danger. It does not happen—it cannot happen because God creates you out of his richness. How can God create a poor man? You are his overflowing; you are part of existence. How can you be poor?
You are rich, infinitely rich—as rich as nature itself. That is an absolute truth, there are no exceptions to it. You can love others only if you are able to love yourself. It does not cling to the tree. We are married! And before you can leave me you will need a divorce—at least a separation! Where are you going? And if you were going to leave me, why did you dance so beautifully around me?
Why did you nourish me in the first place? Accept that simple fact—you are here for only a few days and then you will be gone. These few days are not to be wasted in hypocrisy, in fear. These days have to be rejoiced. He also had a heart, just like you. He also had his wife and children, his old mother and father. He was as much a human being as you are—with a difference.
He was trained to follow orders without questioning, and when the order was given, he simply followed it. Say only that which you mean. Act according to your own spontaneity, never bothering about consequences. It is a small life, and it should not be spoiled in thinking about consequences here and hereafter. Just be a part, and an infinite beauty and grace happens.
Jednog jutra rabin je primetio da je biskup kupio novi auto. If there is an ideal that has to be fulfilled, how can you be at ease? How can you be at home? It is impossible to live anything totally because the mind is hankering for the future. And that future never comes—it cannot come. By the very nature of your desire it is impossible. When it comes you will start imagining other things, you will start desiring other things. You can always imagine a better state of affairs.
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Start your review of Intimacy: Trusting Oneself and the Other Write a review Feb 22, Sean Goh rated it really liked it Notes below are interesting excerpts from the book I underlined, I do not necessarily agree with all of them, but its good food for thought. But nobody wants to accept that "it is my basic need to be needed, to be loved, to be accepted. The first step is to accept yourself in your totality. Once you have accepted yourself as you are, the fear of intimacy will disappear. Self knowledge is only possible in deep aloneness.
Intimacy : trusting oneself and the other