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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.

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Featured Resources

Canyons of Light & Cayman Blue

These two visual and musical explorations were produced by Rama - Dr. Frederick Lenz specifically to aid in relaxation and produce a deep meditative experience.

Samadhi

Samadhi is one of three meditation music albums designed by Rama - Dr. Frederick Lenz. Samadhi can be used for morning or evening meditation. This album contains fourteen tracks composed by Zazen, produced by Rama.

Enlightenment

"Enlightenment simply exists, and if you would like to attain it, if you would like to go beyond suffering, pain, frustration, and the limited happiness that can be experienced in any form, then you need to journey to enlightenment." Rama - Dr. Frederick Lenz

Recent Blog Posts

Our friends at Dharma Center are hosting a follow-up workshop by Dr. Alison Coil, Associate Dean for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion entitled, "Women at Work Next Level: How to Navigate Bias in the Workplace". In this workshop, we will continue to explore gender bias in the workplace as well as how meditation and mindfulness can support women at work.

(by Ninja) Erasing the imprints of childhood trauma can certainly make us happier and more balanced, but how do we understand this from a spiritual perspective? In other words, how has imprinting affected our ability to meditate and reach for enlightenment?

(by Ninja) Balance, we are not born with it. What about spiritual balance? “Pure and simple, balance is happiness—happiness in spiritual practice, happiness while meditating, happiness while working, while playing, in pleasure and pain, in sickness and in health, in life and in death, in all circumstances. That’s balance.”