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BIPOC Satsang: Love as Remembrance
February 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm PST
What does it mean to remember, and why is it important? Maharaji, within his three main teachings, said that we are to love everyone, serve everyone, and remember God. To love and to serve seem somewhat straightforward, but why stress remembrance? Maybe it’s that Maharaji understood just how easy it is to forget — even more so today in the midst of the to-do lists, Tiktoks, and systemic violence of the 21st century. And if God, Guru, and Self are all one in the same, maybe it’s not only God and Maharaji that we are forgetting so regularly, but ourselves as well. How might we remember who we are in essence? It is our hope that this session will help remind us of the fact that we, even with all our flaws and imperfections, are the perfect embodiment of love itself. Individual scattered pieces of the divine, that we must slowly, individually, and collectively piece together in order to re-member Maharaji’s words, “sub ek”; all one.
See you there!
For those who identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color.
BIPOC Satsang Mission Statement
The BIPOC Satsang has been formed to help build allyship and agency among people who identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color/world majority to foster greater connection, involvement, and representation around the teaching of Ram Dass and Neem Karoli Baba.
For those who identify as Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color, we invite you to this monthly virtual gathering to discuss unique topics and share your experiences and needs within the LSRF community.
To register, sign up for the Ram Dass Fellowship, and check “Black/ Indigenous/ People of Color/World Majority Fellowship” under the Fellowship Group Options. You will be added to the mailing list and will receive monthly invitations to events.