Ram Dass calibrates at a high level of consciousness in the 400s. This fulfils our intention of bringing you life lessons of higher consciousness.
Why does this matter?
In the absence of the Map, you wouldn’t necessarily know what teachings carry real truth, and align you with TRUE POWER that is of a higher nature vs. teachings that “hold no truth.”
I think it’s fair to say that 80%+ of all “experts,” “gurus,” and “bestselling authors and teachers, lack integrity (perhaps unwittingly) and awareness of higher truths. So what they purport doesn’t necessarily help you; it misaligns you with lower consciousness where change doesn’t happen. They are the proverbial wolf in sheep clothing at some level.
Again, most of them don’t know any better because anger and righteous pride feel good, especially if you’re coming up the Map from even lower levels.
So let’s get back to what Ram Dass is sharing with us today about “accepting things I cannot change.”
What he recognizes is that change within yourself are changes of:
- The Role You Play in Life: Like a mother who has an ego investment in her motherdom until her fledglings have left the nest,
- Relationship Status,
- Financial Status,
- Job Situation,
- Your Body, etc…
Ram Dass tells a funny story well worth the listen. It’s a story about a frog looking for help, at about 3:45 in the video.
The resolution to the story is such a refreshing perspective on accepting change and, in turn, new perspectives and values in life.
Ram Dass’s invitation is to find a change or take a look at a significant change going on in your life.
What change can you look at from a perspective of higher consciousness?
How can you “be the change” you want to see in your life?
Remember, whatever level of consciousness you view something is the lens that clouds or sheds true light on that thing.
Albert Einstein said, “You cannot solve a problem from the level of consciousness that created it.”
“Accepting things that I cannot change” is a powerful doorway to solving problems (at 350 on the Map), and stepping into courage (200) is the begging to effective change (210+)