El Sexo Es Malo – Second and Final Part

IMG-20130901-01233In a previous post, I wrote about the topic of sex according to Osho. The philosopher analyzed this theme in order to show that sex is not a bad thing as society sometimes represents it.

Later on, Osho talks about marriage and the difficult situations that it may cause. According to the writer, this institution should not exist for different reasons.

First of all, he sustains that since marriage was created by the society and it is not a natural thing, as a consequence the mind of an individual is not provided by nature to deal with it.

Secondly, the philosopher considers that it is a mistake to put boundaries to love because this is not a contract. People should not get married according to him because in this way they fantasize about love, they make it into a dream. But dreams are temporary, they do not have a long life.

Furthermore, Osho supposes that marriage could have a chance if it were not that rigid, but instead more flexible like a friendship. The idea that he proposes is that of freedom in marriage. Subsenquently, partners could have the chance to experience the company of other people. They may even go away by themselves for a weekend with the company of a new person. Osho thinks that couples could have a better relationship if they were more free, there would be more experiences to share and less hypocrisy; because if a partner gives the freedom to experience a new love, the other partner will feel rejuvenated.

As a conclusion, Osho is for freedom of sex, for freedom in the marriage and always for the natural, instinctual side to be the winner of the situation.

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