Ram Dass shares his heart-centered wisdom in each episode featuring excerpted lectures given throughout the last 40 years, with an introduction from Raghu Markus of Ram Dass' Love Serve Remember Foundation.
Ram Dass explores how his work with death and dying keeps him at his own leading edge of consciousness and talks about why compassion is truly the sword of discrimination.
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In this powerful talk from 1992, Ram Dass explores:
- Working with death and dying as a spiritual practice, and how it helps keep him at his own leading edge of consciousness
- How the process of learning to live simultaneously on more than one plane of consciousness is the path to dealing with death, dying, and suffering in a more spacious manner
- How two levels of love – conscious love and relational love – come into play when dealing with death, and why compassion is truly the sword of discrimination
- How we can honor diversity by sharing our pain together and grieving our way into unity
“It’s taken me a long time to learn the way in which compassion is not fuzzy-wuzzy stuff, compassion is the sword of discrimination.” – Ram Dass