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|Authors: ||曹雅嵐;TSAO,YA- LAN|
|Issue Date: ||2016-10-13 13:48:31 (UTC+8)|
;On Sexual Relationship:
A Theory Based on Osho’s Theory
It can be said that the perpetual motion of the cosmos is based on a circulation of all opposites of which the cosmos consists. In the process of the creation of life, all kinds of beings realize themselves by combining their own opposite sides, including empty vs concreteness, the negative vs the positive, as well as spirit vs matter. In such a course of contradictory unity, human beings, like the other kinds of beings, is definitely creating something secret, which is generally categorized as “love.”
In an interpersonal sense, love, involving not only the mental but also the bodily interaction, is commonly defined as a determinate connection between both sexes. To theorize what love is and how we make deals with love, Osho, a modern Indian philosopher, emphasizes the importance of enlightenment and illumination, which lead us to the method of how to let our minds still. By providing a great number of sophisticated concepts and by means of metaphorically inspiring his listeners, Osho leads us to a self-transformation, in the sense that we are able to fully experience our own emotions, and to integrate our life by understanding what love is and getting an insight of the reality. In short, the previous introduction of Osho’s theory of love can be regarded as constituting a perspective of the sexual relationship to be elaborated in this thesis.
The main points of this thesis are as follows. (1) The background of Osho’s theory. Ideas including the will within the language, enlightenment together with illumination, the relation between sex and the method of making the mind still, and transcendental consciousness will be emphasized. (2) Osho’s theory of sexual relationship, which consists of concepts such as love, emotions pertaining to love, and love’s function in transforming human minds. (3) Based on phenomenon in the interaction between both sexes, this thesis aims at studying Osho’s theory of sexual relationship from the perspective of “marriage,” “sex,” and “money.” (4) Osho on how to interact with the other sex, which leads this thesis to study problems arising from self as well as sexual relationship.
Keywords: Osho, Love, Sexual Relationship
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