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    predicamentofparenthood

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    My son has developed a neurotic habit that worries me and my wife quite a bit. What should we do? To the extent that you are free of the attachment to how it ought to be with... Read more>
    soulmatepost

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    Question: The problem seems to be that when you are in a relationship, in the beginning everything is happening, but when you marry that person it changes.  I’ve been in... Read more>
    shevanerad

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    I have never had the pleasure of meeting Ram Dass in person. When I was 13, my parents sent me to yoga and meditation classes because they thought I had insomnia and it would... Read more>
    When I Look at Relationships - Ram Dass

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    Ram Dass talks about relationships as a triangle with the third side of the triangle being shared awareness. He also talks about how the relationship of Guru and devotee has... Read more>
    Ram Dass on Soul Mates

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    Question about soul mates: The problem seems to be that when you are in a relationship, in the beginning everything is happening, but when you marry that person, it changes.... Read more>
    methodstoconsciousness2

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    From the soul’s point of view, you come to appreciate that each one of us is living out his or her own karma. We interact together, and those interactions are the grist for each... Read more>
    heartwave

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    One day in India on my second stay, Maharaji said to me, “You don’t have to change anybody; you just have to love them”. In relationships, when the other person doesn’t... Read more>
    When I Look at Relationships - Ram Dass

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    Question: How can we maintain our own integrity or identity in a relationship, especially a close one, without compromising the integrity of others? Ram Dass: Which you do you... Read more>
    633955fcc812a3aae35ed5ae26f

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    The question is about the balance between inner work (work on yourself) and outer work. I'll tell you, each person has got to intuitively trust themselves about where they are and... Read more>
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