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Animal Communicator. I love being around animals and delivering their messages to you.
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Ram Dass Sep 18
It’s very easy when you have touched great depths of love and beauty and presence and emptiness and clarity and wisdom – it’s easy to assume you’re always going to stay in that. -
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Ram Dass Sep 6
TODAY is the day! The new Ram Dass film from Director @JamieCatto opens in theaters in the US and Canada. • Visit to buy tickets to your local screening.
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Insight PV Sep 16
"It Ain't Perfect, Permanent, or Personal: transforming reactivity through the power of patience" Join guest teacher Dawn Scott for an open sitting and dharma talk on Wednesday, September 18, 7pm. All are welcome!
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Ram Dass Sep 4
We are on an inevitable course of awakening. If you understand that message deeply, it allows you to enter into your spiritual practices from a different perspective, one of patience and timelessness.
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Ram Dass Sep 4
When I started to dive deeper into my being, I began to rest in a place where I simply became an environment for people to run through their projections without buying into them. -
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Ram Dass Aug 31
I used to go to meditation courses and I hated every minute. But I thought, “It’s good for me.” And I would squirm and my legs would hurt and I’d day-dream. I’d count the hours and days until I could get out. - , It’s Just a Matter of Timing
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Pets and Spirits Sep 4
Great one by Jane Brody!
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Neurocognitive Therapeutics, LLC Sep 4
The Potential for Corporate CEOs to End Gun Violence and Mass Shootings.
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Pets and Spirits Aug 21
So are we saying that “a Buddhist” can be snide but in a way helpful? 🙂
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Pets and Spirits Aug 21
That’s so cool!
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Dalai Lama Aug 19
Reports of suffering are upsetting, but it's a mistake to think we can do nothing about it. Many problems we face are of our own making. Since we are social animals who need friends, the least we can do is smile and respond to others warm-heartedly—that will make a difference.
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Brian Schatz Aug 8
If young people vote in high numbers they will get what they want. If not, not.
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Pets and Spirits Aug 8
Well I’m happy to see the NYP getting better.
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Zen Essentials Aug 8
Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. — Dalai Lama XIV | | □∧◯
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Ram Dass Aug 7
My mother had been dead for six months when I walked into a culture of almost a billion people in India, who had an entirely different feeling and attitude towards death. -
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Zen Proverbs Aug 8
When sitting in meditation, say, "That's not my business!" with every thought that comes by. — Ajahn Chah. | | □∧◯
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Dalai Lama Aug 5
Mentally and emotionally we humans are all the same. We can all feel anger and hatred, but also have the potential to cultivate compassion, forgiveness and tolerance. Since these constructive emotions are supported by reason, we can use our brains to develop and strengthen them.
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Yoko Ono Aug 8
If a relationship breaks because of being honest, forget it. Life is too short to hold out on things... till when? By being open, it creates a lot of trust between the two people. But kindness is another matter. Sometimes it can be kinder to wait and tell at the right time.
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Pets and Spirits Aug 8
Yes that’s a good lesson!
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CNN Aug 8
Eating less meat and reducing food waste could slash global emissions and benefit our health and the environment, according to a new climate change report published by United Nations scientists
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