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Ram

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Sabiduría: Ram Dass enseña un currículo pesado. Si alguien es un problema para ti, no son ellos que deben cambiar, él es que tu necesitas a cambiar. Si son un problema por... Read more>
divine pleasure of food, Anya El-Wattar

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Ancient Tantra approaches the Divine through awareness, sensuality, and pleasure. Tantra teaches us that all pleasures that we experience are a reflection of a higher Divine... Read more>
socrates

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A husband and wife tell the following story: Husband: I was working in Calcutta in the smallpox program. It was one of those times when I was having a tiny pang of remorse. I... Read more>
Photo by Marité Toledo

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Service is an endless series of questions, puzzling and insistent. It not only raises questions, it helps to answer them. Service is a curriculum. In this curriculum, we... Read more>
spiritualfire

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Ram Dass explains the ‘still, small voice’ of Spirit within, that pulls us toward God. He helps us understand what a guru is, and that a guru’s love is unconditional.... Read more>
Loss of Meaning

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Ram Dass (and Chogyam Trungpa) on the Loss of Meaning The attainment of enlightenment from ego's point of view is extreme death, the death of self, the death of me and mine,... Read more>
attachmentpost

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It always boils down to this question: How did we get so attached in the first place, or why? I have really nothing but a cop-out answer for that. I mean not a clear answer... Read more>
extraordinaryexperiencesblog

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Many sensations come, many thoughts or images arise, but they are just waves of your own mind. Nothing comes from outside your mind. To realize pure mind in your delusion... Read more>
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