(by RMS) One of our colleagues created a YouTube video on marketing meditation classes - See.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ir2PSDQlgZA We hope you enjoy it.
(by Chinjandra) Over thirty years ago a tall, curly haired teacher of meditation and self-discovery, named Atmanada, took some of his friends to a remote area in the Anza Borrego desert to learn and grow.
(by Chinjandra) The sangha is - the wild-eyed members of the electronic tribe; the lineage holders of the Rae Chorze Fwaz school of Tantric Buddhist enlightenment; the direct students of a fully enlightened teacher who brought the essence of the Buddhist teachings to the West; the ordained monks of a true Buddha who, upon his death, left his estate to protect Buddhism in America.
(By Chinjandra) I was having a very rough time. Things were difficult at home, at work, with family and friends. I could not see what was blocking my way. Roads I explored seemed to close as I approached them. What was I to do?
(by Chinjandra) I remember Rama talking about compassion.
(by Garuda) I was meditating this morning going through the ups and downs of life, and suddenly, looking at Rama's poster, I realized that everyday has been a good day since I became his student.
(By Roger Cantu) One question that usually comes up in my classes is, “How can you tell the difference between your intuition and your mind talking to you?” For me, my intuition is like a soft and gentle voice that whispers inside my mind.
(by Roger Cantu) It was 30 years ago on Valentine’s Day when I met Rama. I would like to share my story of that day with you on the anniversary of the day that changed my life forever.
(by Chinjandra) It might appear that a birthday celebration for our teacher in 2013 looks similar to past celebrations. Are we walking through the same door? Are we living in the past? Are we attending a high school reunion?
(by Chinjandra) Before our caravan left the park, we stopped and made a circle of power and shared our gratitude for one another, the land we were privileged to enjoy, and for our teacher who led us to its wonders.