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Next Time You Feel Lonely

By: OSHO
Narrated by: OSHO
Length: 52 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)
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Summary

In times when traditional families and relationship models are collapsing, loneliness has become an issue faced by millions. Osho as ever sees these developments as a great opportunity to discover, to move from the despair of loneliness to the highest value of 'aloneness'. This audiobook in a new series of 'OSHO Singles" consisting of a single talk by Osho to deepen the listeners understanding how to deal with loneliness in a completely different way.
©1986 OSHO International Foundation (P)2016 OSHO International Foundation

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  • Mikey
  • poole, United Kingdom
  • 11-12-16

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If you were to ask my opinion on using techniques, self help books or even religion to get through the turbulent times in your life, I would say you don't need to. Only YOU can ever help yourself, not depending on the company or 'love' of others. And how do you go about finding the 'real you'? Download as many Osho talks as you can. Start with this one for your first time.

Don't waste another second reading this review, surrender one of your credits and I don't think you'll be disappointed.

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  • Igor Albuquerque de Souza
  • 06-02-19

Quality of audio

The content is very nice but is hard to understand, even with earphones. It must be remastered.