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Ram Dass


Our journey is about being more deeply involved in life, and yet less attached to it.


The confusion of the paradox you find yourself in is that you are in an incarnation that’s totally dedicated to the preservation of its own separateness, and at the same time you are awakening to the realization that the entire domain of separateness is but another illusion.


The final awakening is the embracing of the darkness into the light. That means embracing our humanity as well as our divinity. What we go from is being born into our humanity, sleep walking for a long time, until we awaken and start to taste our divinity. And then want to finally get free. We see as long as we grab at our divinity and push away our humanity we aren’t free. If you want to be free, you can’t push away anything. You have to embrace it all. It’s all God.


When I asked Maharajji how to meditate, he said, “Meditate like Christ.” I said, “Maharajji, how did Christ meditate?” He became very quiet and closed his eyes. After a few minutes, he had a blissful expression on his face and a tear trickled down his cheek. He opened his eyes and said, “He lost himself in Love.” Try the meditation of losing yourself in love.

























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