In this Eighties recording, Ram Dass explores the idea of merging with God, leads a visualization meditation to open the center, and talks about shaping the thoughts.
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“If there is a great sadness in you, let it go. Breathe it out, you don’t need it. When there’s anger, when you’re hurt, when you’re in pain. Don’t demand it go away, you could breathe it out and you will still feel sadness, it can be such a deep reservoir of sadness. But just what you can let go, let go. And then fill with this very fine medicinal mist.” — Ram Dass
In this episode of Here and Now:
- Ram Dass solutions a query about how we merge with God, utilizing Anandamayi Ma as the right instance of affection for God
- Ram Dass leads a guided visualization meditation that serves as a method to open the center and is a part of Bhakti yoga
- Ram Dass talks about accepting our accountability as a religious entity for enlightening the world and the way we’re all conversion autos to form spirit
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About Ram Dass:
The spirit of Ram Dass has been a guiding gentle for generations and has taken tens of millions on a journey. Ram Dass teaches that we are able to all join with our true nature via the Bhakti follow of unconditional love. Through these teachings, Ram Dass has shared a bit of piece of his guru, Maharajji, with all who’ve listened to him.
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