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Words are just the Vehicle

There are certain situations in life that sometimes pull out of you planes of reality that are deeper than the ones you normally have access to.

Like, I work with a lot of people who are terminally ill and dying, and right now I’m working with a large group of people with AIDS. As the illness progresses, and as the ego starts losing control, when you can’t control the scene anymore, at that moment there is a… I don’t like the term, but it’s a window of opportunity. There’s a moment where the person is available to really be with, and not busy being somebody who is dying, but just another soul that’s here... https://goo.gl/MiB6do
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The way I would work with the term ego, is that it’s a structure of mind that organizes the universe particularly around the relationships of separateness. It’s in the domain of separateness. It is the steering mechanism for you as a separate entity. So it’s like there are two mechanisms going on in you, and you could equate them to the head and the heart at one level, although that’s a little shoddy, there is the intellect, or the conceptual structures of the mind, there is a mechanism. It’s a steering mechanism... https://goo.gl/YUBg37
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A persistent trap all along the path is pride in one’s spiritual purity. It’s a form of one-upmanship in which you judge others out of a feeling or superiority. This ultimately limits your spiritual awakening. You can see many people who are caught in this trap of virtue... https://goo.gl/kGBBwB
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Love notice the immbalance,turns kind to balance.People judge as a malware,blocking the system.
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We are excited to introduce you to the IndieGoGo campaign for the film, “Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary”.

Through this campaign you can be the first to get a digital stream of the completed feature length film. Dying to Know makes a great gift and is tax deductible! We are offering other fun, collectible rewards so check it out.

This historic film addresses our pressing contemporary taboos of death and drugs through the lives of these two iconic pioneers of social change with an upbeat and inspired message. The film includes never seen footage of a conversation between Ram Dass & Timothy Leary as Leary faces his most meaningful trip, the end of his life.

These funds will help us continue our face to face, heart to heart exchanges with communities who are building awareness and hope around drug policy, end of life choices, and expanding consciousness

Donate now to stream the film: https://goo.gl/jX69UZ

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Imagine feeling more love from someone than you have ever known. You’re being loved even more than your mother loved you when you were an infant, more than you were ever loved by your father, your child, or your most intimate lover—anyone. This lover doesn’t need anything from you, isn’t looking for personal gratification, and only wants your complete fulfillment... https://www.ramdass.org/the-entrance-to-oneness/
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As the spiritual journey progresses the guru’s demands on the chela (disciple), intensify because the demand on both sides for perfect truth increases.

The chela is no longer satisfied with partial truth and mere attached love for the guru. They are both seeking that the chela reach perfect truth. That is the only reason.

Not only is the coming down into human form a sacrifice by such a being, but the style by which they bring beings to perfect truth is the method of sacrifice, of which Christ is one of the most dramatic examples.

Continue Reading: https://goo.gl/3nZzpV
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If I am at one point, when something happens in my field, my environmental field, that’s negative, what I say is, “That brings me down,” meaning it caught me in its model of how it all is. When I am able to transmute energy, I can take that energy that was connected with that act itself and I can move it up my chakras and get high from it. Right? Not only can I get high from it, but I can give back a place which frees the other person from it as well. That is, if you come up to me and go... https://goo.gl/5qTnr6 
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Exploring Relationships at Different Chakra Levels (Part Two)

When sexuality starts in the fourth chakra, rather than the second chakra, it’s coming from a place of compassionate awareness, so that you and the other person are sharing an awareness together. An awareness where we recognize ourselves behind the form of our sexuality and you are not just having sex with a projection of your fantasy life, which is very common to many people.

Continue Reading: https://goo.gl/xryQ61

[Part One - Exploring Relationships at different Chakra Levels: goo.gl/g0Vp4E]
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We are excited to introduce you to the IndieGoGo campaign for the film, “Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary”.

Through this campaign you can be the first to get a digital stream of the completed feature length film. Dying to Know makes a great gift and is tax deductible! We are offering other fun, collectible rewards so check it out.

This historic film addresses our pressing contemporary taboos of death and drugs through the lives of these two iconic pioneers of social change with an upbeat and inspired message. The film includes never seen footage of a conversation between Ram Dass & Timothy Leary as Leary faces his most meaningful trip, the end of his life.
These funds will help us continue our face to face, heart to heart exchanges with communities who are building awareness and hope around drug policy, end of life choices, and expanding consciousness

Donate now to stream the film: https://goo.gl/jX69UZ
Let's continue the conversations we've all been Dying to have in your town, school, church or zendo! | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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A human life is a series of experiences.

When we have little awareness of our predicament, experiences feed our attachments and condition our desire for more experiences. Our perspective changes when we begin to sense, even momentarily, the unity of all things and our identity with the Self.

We start to see each experience as a teaching to be brought into awareness and loved until we are free from being captivated by the experience.... https://goo.gl/qWOlnM
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Solstice Self-Care: Finding Quiet Amidst the Chaos

What we find when we look inside is that even in the deepest states of emotion there is usually one tiny little bit of the whole circle that is what could be called “The Witness”. It’s the part of you that’s observing the rest of it. It is a meditation technique, and what you do is find the place in you that is noticing the rest of the phenomena, and then you keep cultivating that place.

Continue Reading: https://goo.gl/1QwT6a
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I mean, I get letters from people all the time with vivid descriptions of where they’re not. The amount of consciousness they invest in writing the letter to describe where they’re not…but every now and then, I get a letter and all it’s filled with is page after page of, “Ram Ram Ram Ram,” and I read every page. Every page. What else is there to write?

See, the process for those that have a scientific vent, that want it said that way, the process is really nothing other than completely reorganizing your cognitive map, so that you see the entire universe from another place – from your Divine Self... https://goo.gl/OKeEjX
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Introduction
Ram Dass, spiritual leader and author of "Be Here Now" and other highly acclaimed works, continues to reach out and share his teaching throughout the world via the Love Serve Remember Foundation.

Since 1968, Ram Dass has pursued a panoramic array of spiritual methods and practices from potent ancient wisdom traditions, including bhakti or devotional yoga focused on the Hindu deity Hanuman; Buddhist meditation in the Theravadin, Mahayana Tibetan and Zen Buddhist schools, and Sufi and Jewish mystical studies.

 Perhaps most significantly, his practice of karma yoga or spiritual service has opened up millions of other souls to their deep, yet individuated spiritual practice and path. Ram Dass continues to uphold the boddhisatva ideal for others through his compassionate sharing of true knowledge and vision. His unique skill in getting people to cut through and feel divine love without dogma is still a positive influence on many, many people from all over the planet.