23 Nov 2012
November 23, 2012

Episode 27 – Spirituality and Politics

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The world is a reflection of our internal state; if we dwell on turmoil, anger and confusion then that’s how the world will be perceived to the individual. You have to work on yourself first before you can effectively take any social or political action. A quiet mind and and an open heart are important attributes to project into the world.

 

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  • Charles

    So very excited to listen, thanks for everything!

  • http://www.dylanvaughn.com Shenpen Thaye

    It’s so – no words here !!!! – to hear these podcasts. Truly mind blowing in the best sense. Thank you for selecting these podcasts and keeping it going. Recognizing each person, their lives, and roles: it is a life-long practice.

  • Michael Chakraborty

    Dear Raghu,

    Thanks for doing what you are doing . I appreciate your initiative and efforts greatly for getting all these podcasts organized and available . I believe , in days to come Baba Ram Dass’s grace will explode on humanity and seeking hearts will be greatful to find their place in his eternal wisdom. I have suggestion to keep the introduction before each podcast to be little shorter if possible. My suggestion may or may not be right. It is just my reflection.

    Thanks,

    Michael

  • Mike

    Dear sir,

    I agree wholeheartedly with Michael Chakraborty. With respect, its your words I was interested in and don’t need an introduction. I rarely read introductions to books or the spiel on the back cover either, for that matter.

    Thank you for following your heart.

    With Love,

    Mike