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M A N T R A S 🕉 

A mantra is a phrase, it could be a sound or a phrase. It is a phrase that you repeat over and over and over again... 

...When a mantra is done sufficiently it gets into a certain kind of vibration or harmony with the universe in a certain way which is its own thing. The conscious beings who evolve certain languages such as Sanskrit specifically evolve the sounds of these languages to be connected with various states of consciousness – unlike the English language - so that a Sanskrit mantra, if you do it over and over again, will take you to a certain state of consciousness. 

The idea of a mantra is that it just sits there, and all that stuff goes by. It’s like a bridge on which you stand, looking down into the water in which you see your own life going by. It’s a training device to break you out of your attachments. When I’m driving and doing mantra I’m not attached to my driving. I’m doing mantra, and driving is just happening. So in other words, the mantra is a technique for bringing me into a place in myself which would be called the eternal present; that is, a place where nothing is literally happening at all. It’s a device for calming my mind. 

– Ram Dass, 1973

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How do you balance your consciousness? ⚖️ ...

We aren’t who we thought we were; and that’s the hype of it. 😶‍🌫️ ...

"Bloom Dass" 2022
An oil painting of Ram Dass by • @jmachartist

“The most important aspect of love is not in giving or the receiving: it’s in the being. When I need love from others, or need to give love to others, I’m caught in an unstable situation. Being in love, rather than giving or taking love, is the only thing that provides stability. Being in love means seeing the Beloved all around me.” - Ram Dass ...

In this talk from 1987, Ram Dass explores the cusp between form and formless, how he learned to love all the faces of the Beloved, and how our work on ourselves is a vehicle to liberation.

Ram Dass tells the story of how he “cheated” during a meditation retreat and the interesting consequences of his actions. He talks about being called home to care for his ailing stepmother, and how he learned to love all the faces of the Beloved, including the wrathful one. He shares the story of caring for his elderly father and learning how to meet him in a space of love.

“It was like you just met another face of the Beloved, you can hear that. That most of us only want to see the smiling face of the Beloved. And the Kali quality, or the Shiva quality, or the wrathful deity quality, we don’t want to know anything about it. If you’re going to embrace it all, you’ve got to be able to look at it all. As Kabir says, ‘Do what you do with another being, but never put them out of your heart.’ You’ve got to be able to look at all the forms in which God manifests and keep your heart open.” – Ram Dass

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"Our whole spiritual transformation brings us to the point where we realize that in our own being, we are enough."

- Ram Dass

"Our whole spiritual transformation brings us to the point where we realize that in our own being, we are enough."

- Ram Dass


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