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    EMOTIONS Freedom form Anger, Jealousy and Fear [Books]

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    " What are your thoughts edxcept ripples on a lake? What are your emotions, your moods, your sentiments? What is your whole mind? Just a turmoil. And because of this turmoil you cannot see your own nature, you go on missing yourself. You meet evrybooy in the world and you never meet yourself."

    This book is a simple guide to a better understanding of em otions. in a selection of pithy, memorable excerpts from some of his best-loved talks, Osho tackles the "big three" emotions of fear, anger, and jealousy. when these emotions arise, we often find ourselves in a dilemma of "expression" versus "repression." Expressing how we feel might hurt others or create even more conflict and misunderstanding. But simply repressing what we feel, even in the benevolent guise of "self-control," doesn't make those feelings go away. Instead we can feel stuck and ill-at-ease, or worse, find ourselves erupting over some trivial thing that has triggered an old unhealed emotional wound.

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    " What are your thoughts edxcept ripples on a lake? What are your emotions, your moods, your sentiments? What is your whole mind? Just a turmoil. And because of this turmoil you cannot see your own nature, you go on missing yourself. You meet evrybooy in the world and you never meet yourself."
    This book is a simple guide to a better understanding of em otions. in a selection of pithy, memorable excerpts from some of his best-loved talks, Osho tackles the "big three" emotions of fear, anger, and jealousy. when these emotions arise, we often find ourselves in a dilemma of "expression" versus "repression." Expressing how we feel might hurt others or create even more conflict and misunderstanding. But simply repressing what we feel, even in the benevolent guise of "self-control," doesn't make those feelings go away.
    Instead we can feel stuck and ill-at-ease, or worse, find ourselves erupting over some trivial thing that has triggered an old unhealed emotional wound. Osho offers a third alternative ot expression or repression, which is to look deeply and understand the very roots of our emotions and develop the knock of wathching them as they arise, being open to the lessons they are trying ot teach us. Eventually we find that even the most challenging situations no longer have the power to provoke us and cause us pain.

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    Publisher Osho World Foundation
    ISBN 978-1-938755-80-4
    Type Books
    Manufacture Osho World Foundation

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