Fear: Understanding and Accepting the Insecurities of Life is a book written by spiritual guru, Osho, who explains what makes human beings so afraid. Taking a fresh approach on the topic of fear, Osho tells about the different types of fears to which humans succumb to. The typical 'fight or flight' mentality is also elaborated, where the author tells that it is natural for us to do that in times of peril.
Osho goes on to explain in this book that most effective way to tackle one's fears and insecurities in life, is to build a relationship with the fear by understanding it. He also gives the readers some personal exercises and experiments in meditation to help them get a grasp on the reality of situations by building self-awareness.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, more famously known as Osho, was a professor of philosophy, mystic and spiritual leader, and was also termed as a 'sex guru' later in his life. Because of his outspoken criticism of sexual regression and social taboos, Osho created quite a stir in the international community, which he used as a medium to voice his opinions. He has written several books that stress on the importance of religion, meditation and accepting one's sexuality, which are avidly read by people all over the world. His other notable works include books like The Path of Love and The Tantra Experience. Combining the age-old teachings of the east with the modern perspectives of technology in the west, Osho's controversial philosophies managed to garner a lot of supporters from around the world.
This paperback edition of Fear: Understanding and Accepting the Insecurities of Life has been published by Griffin in English. The book comprises 193 pages and has an ISBN 10 number of 1250006236, with an ISBN 13 number of 9781250006233. So order it online to learn about fear and how to overcome it.