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Healthy Relationships=Healthy Love Life

Our relationship with each other defines our health. Since it plays a pivotal role in shaping our lives it is the crux and backbone of happiness quotient. In a marriage, the consequent happiness is a result of relationships between man and wife. Following the rules of marriage is a very effortful task and requires equal amount of efforts from ends.


Marriage-The End to All Woes

Believe it or not the best way to live a long and healthy life is to get married. Marriage has been proved to be the biggest solution to all woes and worries. Life seems happier and contended. The entrance of spouse and later on kids make a family. Therefore a reason to live and that too happily come as a bonus. Researchers have proved that marriage makes people healthier too. Besides being more physically active their mental balance is also well co-ordinate. It leads to lesser chances of depression, suicidal cases, or excessive consumption of liquor or drugs. They become more focused and concentrate on their goals.


Sexuality and Budhism

Buddhist teachings are usually disdainful towards sexuality and distrustful of sensual enjoyment and desire. Buddhist monks and nuns of most traditions are expected to refrain from all sexual activity (Japanese Buddhism being a notable exception), and the Buddha is said to have admonished his followers to avoid unchastity “as if it were a pit of burning cinders."[1]


Sex to Superconsciousness

From Sex to Superconsciousness
This book became world famous, world notorious. This book is not for sex: it is the only book in the whole existence against sex, but strange...
Osho here says, that there is a way to go beyond sex, you can transcend sex - you can use sex and erotic activity as a valuable tool for self-discovery and transformation. When sex becomes something sacred, not obscene, not pornographic, not condemned, not repressed, but immensely respected, because we are born out of it. It is our very life source.



Sexuality and Hinduism

Unlike other religions, views of sexual morality among Hindus differ widely depending on the region and sect. Hindu scriptures themselves are often vague about sexuality.

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