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BIPOC Satsang: Mercy in a Seemingly Merciless World
February 26 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm PST
It is only by the mercy of the guru that we are brought back to ourselves time and time again, in a world that makes it ever more easy to lose oneself or hide out of a need for comfort. In an instant we’re brought back to the moment, to be here now. Mercy provides an opportunity to get unstuck in whatever way we may be, and to breath into presence. Ahhh! How exactly do we cultivate mercy for ourselves, in order to cultivate mercy with, and between others when the world seems to never give up? Simply, mercy may show up whether on a walk, while singing, or within community. This month we will gather to garner mercy as a collective, so as to be better equipped to share it with a world who so desperately needs it.
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.