Exploring how one can open the heartmind, RamDev, affords perception into love, devotion, struggling, boundaries, resistance, and equanimity.
“In Sanskrit there’s not two phrases for coronary heart and thoughts, there’s one phrase. The center is absolutely the depth of the thoughts; the thoughts is the floor of the center.” – RamDev Dale Borglum
On this episode RamDev Dale Borglum explores:
- The inherent connection between coronary heart and thoughts
- Loss, grief, embodied mindfulness, belief, and bounds
- Devotion and the qualities of an open coronary heart
- Struggling, resistance, presence, and therapeutic
- Love, attachment, equanimity, and compassion
- Non secular practices for opening the center
- A guided meditation on opening the heartmind
About RamDev Dale Borglum:
RamDev Dale Borglum is the founder and Government Director of the Residing/Dying Mission within the San Francisco Bay Space. He’s a pioneer within the acutely aware dying motion and has labored straight with hundreds of individuals with life-threatening sicknesses and their households for over 30 years. In 1981, Dale based the primary residential facility in the US, The Dying Heart, for individuals who wished to die consciously. His life’s work and fervour has been and continues to be the therapeutic of our particular person and collective relationship with loss of life and utilizing our mortality as an inspiration for non secular awakening.
Take heed to extra from RamDev Dale Borglum:
RamDev talks about how the present state of the world is uncovering so many alternatives for follow, in Therapeutic on the Edge Ep. 48
RamDev provides a dharma discuss cultivating sufficient religion to face issues as they’re, and leads a meditation centered on the facility of the grounding breath, in Therapeutic on the Edge Ep. 49.
Constructing a bridge from separation to connection, RamDev affords practices for staying grounded, working with feelings like grief, and transmuting worry into love, in Therapeutic on the Edge Ep. 67.
RamDev shares tales of his time with Ram Dass from the early days of the satsang, and displays on what Ram Dass meant to him as a instructor and good friend, in Therapeutic on the Edge Ep. 42.
RamDev shares a dharma discuss on how we will ease our struggling by providing compassion to our worry, in Therapeutic a the Edge Ep. 46.
Hyperlink to https://www.livingdying.org/
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