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.
(by Nili S.) In September 2014 my sister came to visit. She wanted to see a photography exhibit, mounted at Governor’s Island, and so we found ourselves at this magic place we never knew about.
Governor’s Island used to be an army base, which was taken over by NYC Parks Department about 10 years ago. Art, dance, music and more are offered in a beautiful Island that includes bike trails, picnic areas and amazing vistas of downtown Manhattan, Jersey City, Brooklyn and the Statue of Liberty.
(by Chinjandra) "I will come and go in this world and be forgotten. That's freedom.
But I do have a role to play in this cosmic game.
I may ease the suffering of another; I may give joy or I may die in the attempt.
But I must play my role be it great or small. That's humility."
Rama, Purity and Humility
What is seeing? Well, seeing is a direct, immediate knowledge of something. It does not imply any kind of judgment or moral system or philosophical outlook or religious viewpoint. Seeing is seeing.
Dharma is doing the proper thing, thinking the proper thought, feeling the proper feeling. What is your dharma? If your dharma is self-discovery and psychic development, then you need to learn, within certain constraints, how to be perfect—perfectly nice.
The Psychic Development talk-set contains 6 talks; Selfless Giving, Dharma, The Caretaker Personality, Psychic Self-Defense, Places of Power, and Seeing.