“Whatever you are doing should be done mindfully, dynamically, with totality and completeness. Then it becomes meditation. It is not thinking, but experiencing from moment to moment, living from moment to moment, without clinging, without condemning, without judging.”—Munindra Anagarika Munindra (1915–2003) was a Bengali Buddhist master and scholar who became one of the most important.. read more →

23 Apr 2014
April 23, 2014

Featured Teacher: Anagarika Munindra

“One of the first things that Munindra said to me when we met [in Bodh Gaya, 1967] was that if I wanted to understand the mind, I should sit down and observe it. The great simplicity and pragmatism of this advice struck a very resonant chord within me. There was no dogma to believe, no.. read more →

23 Apr 2014
April 23, 2014

Spring 2014 Newsletter

Click Here to read our 2014 Spring Newsletter. Want to stay up to date with LSRF? Sign up for our email list using the form below.   Subscribe to our mailing list First Name * Last Name * read more →

  Stream this meditation for free via the SoundCloud player on this page, or purchase an MP3 download of the meditation using the “Buy Now” button. Ram Dass leads a 35 minute meditation, originally recorded January 1981, in Sydney Australia. Ram Dass guides a soma (divine nectar) meditation, focusing on drawing the living spirit in through.. read more →

23 Apr 2014
April 23, 2014

Episode 55: Sex & Spirituality

The more evolved you become spiritually, the less boundaries there are between my energy and THE energy. When your energy is used in a way that is destructive, meaning that it creates suffering to you and other people and creates pain of separation, you want to keep working to move that energy in other ways,.. read more →