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Sex has been with us since ancient times, and love in its various forms has always been a basic human value. But intimacy is new. Although it is such a fundamental component of today's interpersonal relationships, so important in creating families, so highly valued as an important source of personal happiness, intimacy remains a mystery.Most people perceive that intimacy is either a part of a partner relationship if you are one of the luckier ones, or if you are not, you are simply out of luck. Relationships, sex life, marriage and love can survive to a certain level without intimacy, but the soul, heart and their energy cannot.
We are born with serious intentions for this life, of that I am sure. Two major impulses drive us human being throughout our life: one is the instinct and the desire to survive, like any other earthly animal; the other is the drive, the wish, the inner necessity to remember-discover the purpose of being born, the meaning, the task, the unique human potential that each of us comes to this life to fulfil.
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Work is where most of us spend most of our lives. We give our work our most precious time on Earth: the best years of our lives, the best part of most of our days, most of our energy, creativity, vitality, mental and emotional space. Most people know their work colleagues and spend more quality time with them than with their own family at home.
An essential communion between human consciousness and the reality of the world was once the fundamental human situation. Young children display for us that essential connection, if we are clear enough to see it, until their self-consciousness starts to separate them from the world and from themselves. The same happens in human evolution as a whole
Stress is normal. It is our basic equipment for survival in alarming situations. The whole body goes into an emergency position to face perceived danger. But when being in that state of alarm consistently and permanently – the stress mechanism starts to destroy the very organism it designed to protect. And then stress becomes a destroyer, the major contributor to chronic diseases, organ destruction and premature death. And, unfortunately, that is also normal.