I tend to be a hard liner, and say that your reactions are your mind’s predicament. That’s a hard line, but for you to be in a relationship where you say, “I can only be happy if you’re different,” seems to be doing an interesting thing. It’s probably perpetuating your suffering and everybody else’s suffering… Read more »
Posts By: Rachael
A short film featuring Ram Dass on coming out of the darkness and overcoming our feelings of unworthiness in order to feel safe in the presence of love. However you arrive in this moment, if you can accept that you are lovable, the feelings of fear dissolve.
Ram Dass encourages us to tap into the infinite and unbearable compassion that is available in every moment. Discover where you are caught in the melodrama and you’ll begin to move away from the perpetuation of illusion. “The only thing we have to offer to one another is our very being”
Ram Dass discusses the process of dying and what it means to the journey of awakening. He tells stories of being with the dying and they taught him about living.
Krishna Das and friends perform “Saraswati” at the 2013 Ram Dass Thanksgiving Satsang
Ram Dass gathers with Sharon Salzberg and Krishna Das to talk about the love of the Guru. Krishna Das and Ram Dass share their experiences with Neem Karoli Baba and the quality of love he radiated.
Ram Dass encourages us to make friends with our neurosis through compassion, rather than trying to avoid or push it away. As we free ourselves from identification with these tendencies they often begin naturally to fall away (Huntington Beach, CA – 6/12/1981)
Ram Dass talks about how we use techniques that free us from identifying ourselves as our thoughts. As we extricate ourselves from these attachments, it’s as if we are going behind the thoughts, to the space behind them. There is a difference between saying, “I am depressed” and saying ,”There is depression.” In the spaciousness… Read more »
Ram Dass leads a discussion around the concepts of identity and ones Dharma in this incarnation. We may go to great lengths to avoid our path, but our inner voice continues to bring us back. Ram Dass also explains the role of karma yoga and what it means to ‘die into service.’ We learn to… Read more »