Next Time You Feel Lonely

Loneliness — an issue millions of people are facing in times when traditional families and relationship models are not working anymore. Osho looks at this in a very different way and sees these developments as great opportunity. Discovering of your ultimate 'aloneness' is the great chance to turn loneliness into a totally new experience.This small book in a new series of 'OSHO SOLUTIONS" consists of a single talk by Osho to deepen the readers understanding how to deal with loneliness in a completely different way.
28 printed pages
Original publication


    Elifshared an impression4 years ago
    👍Worth reading
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    💡Learnt A Lot

    Give it half an hour to read this profound intriguing point of view.
    You’ll start to feel depressed but then strangely you will grow to accept the gloomy feeling you get as you internalize and justify it. It’s not a bad thing, in fact, that is the most natural thing.
    Pain and humans. Isn’t that the most natural combination in existence?

    Yuliya Baltachevashared an impressionlast year
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    It takes time to understand and accept that the goose is out of the bottle....

    May Trinandashared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💡Learnt A Lot

    The knowledge inside with deep philosophies is worth attention. It gives me newness and I will think of the wisdom more.


    Oualid Benhamouhas quoted2 years ago
    Don’t reduce life into technology. Life reduced into technology loses all flavor of joy.
    Akoma Omarbekhas quoted4 years ago
    Loneliness is absence. Because you don’t know your aloneness, there is fear and you feel lonely, so you want to cling to something – to somebody, to some relationship – just to keep the illusion that you are not lonely. But you know you are, hence the pain.
    cindy michellahas quotedlast year
    You have to understand it and go with it. Don’t create illusions

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