El libro del sexo (Del sexo a la superconsciencia) by Osho

By Osho

Osho nos da su visión del sexo, enormemente crítica respecto a lo que enseñan muchas religiones.

«Soy el comienzo de una consciencia totalmente nueva.» Estas palabras de Osho ponen de manifiesto hasta qué punto él concibe su filosofía como una ruptura con las distintas tradiciones del pensamiento occidental y oriental.

Es el mismo espíritu con el que aborda l. a. sexualidad; en primer lugar, presentándola no como un obstáculo para los angeles elevación espiritual e incluso los angeles iluminación, sino, al contrario, como un regalo, expresión de unas energías biológicas y puerta del autoconocimiento. En segundo lugar, como realización del amor, elemento important de los angeles existencia. El sexo es uno de los aspectos constitutivos del nuevo tipo de santo, Zorba el Buda, fusión inseparable de lo terreno y lo chic.

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Perceived desire for change-degree to which spouse believes his or her partner desires change in spouses' own behavior. 4. Psychometric Properties and Applications Reliability. 89 (Weiss & Margolin, 1977). 001) has been reported by Margolin (1978). 96. Validity and Applications. 1. 70) between the ACQ and MAT or modified versions of the MAT have been reported (Margolin, Talovic, & Weinstein, 1983; Margolin & Wampold, 1981; Weiss et al. 1973) suggesting that the ACQ is related to the general dimension of marital satisfaction.

For all of these questions, investigators have described the level of marital satisfaction or adjustment reported by spouses. Consequently, satisfaction has been the most frequently assessed dimension of marriage. Appropriately, this section begins with reviews of four measures that assess marital satisfaction. The Marital Adjustment Test (Locke & Wallace, 1959) and the Dyadic Adjustment Scale (Spanier, 1976}, described first, have probably been the most influential and frequently used instruments for assessing this variable.

Conventionalism (CNV)-a 21-item scale that assesses whether subjects tend to describe their marriage in an excessively, socially desirable manner. 2. Global distress scale (GDS)-a 43-item measure of marital satisfaction. 3. Affective communication (AFC)-a 26-item scale that assesses satisfaction with the quality and quantity of affectional expression and understanding engaged in by a spouse. 4. Problem-solving communication (PSC)-38 items measuring a couples' ability to resolve disagreements. 5.

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