Welcome to Rama Meditation Society
Rama Meditation Society (RMS) is an electronic tribe of seekers who live for spiritual experience and illumination. Within these pages, you will find the teachings of an enlightened American Buddhist teacher, Rama - Dr. Frederick Lenz. The site also offers numerous ways of exploring, experiencing, learning and sharing higher spiritual awareness.
What's New at Rama Meditation Society
In The Wheel of Dharma, Rama engages the reader in a conversation on truth, perception, existence, life and death, love and light, and more. This book is a microcosm of his teachings, with wonderful black and white illustrations.
Charged with energy, humor and insight, Surfing the Himalayas is the fast-paced story of a young American snowboarder who travels to the Himalayas seeking the ultimate high. While there he surfs into an experience more transcendent than he could have ever imagined. In an accident of karmic fate, the young man plows into Master Fwap, a Buddhist monk who becomes his teacher of snowboarding and enlightenment.
“Buddhism is the study of light and the study of life.”
Rama has journeyed into different states of mind and beyond states of mind to Nirvana. He has experienced the light, merged with it and become it. Rama instructs others on how to do this. In this never-before released talk, Rama patiently and thoroughly walks us through the basics of Buddhism and Buddhist practice. Download this talk (Free MP3 Audio)
Recent Blog Posts
The New Rama Materials Marketing Campaign (RMMC) launched on October 1, 2018 and will run through February 9, 2019 (Rama's birthday). The goal of the campaign is to raise money to promote Rama's teachings.
These videos are an inspiring glimpse into the work being done to support American Buddhism, as part of Rama's legacy.
(by RMMC Team) Over the past seven years, the Rama Marketing Materials Campaign (RMMC) Fund has been directed towards many awesome projects to get the word out about Rama’s teachings. The Fund is managed by the Lenz Foundation and use of the funds are overseen by a group of Rama students involved in raising the funds.