Ram Dass on Finding Meaning in Loss and Emotional Upheaval
Yet, what if you had the tools to transform your experience of suffering to find freedom in the midst of your deepest challenges?
There is no wiser guide for helping you befriend your suffering — and embrace and even love the difficult emotions it gives rise to — than beloved teacher Ram Dass.
I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to invite you to a FREE virtual event, happening January 17, with one of the preeminent spiritual teachers of our time:
Freedom From Anger, Fear & Separateness: How to Transform Suffering & Befriend Your Difficult Emotions
Find out more and reserve your free seat here.
Who better to help you embrace the blessings inherent in your suffering than a man who, after his stroke in 1997, faced partial paralysis, aphasia, and a host of physical challenges — including chronic pain and all manner of inconveniences. Yet, he considers the stroke an act of “fierce grace” that propelled him to another level of spiritual growth.
- Techniques to help you free yourself from any attachment to pain and suffering
- How to wake up to your intuitive, heart-centered self
- How to cultivate self-honesty about the dark places within you from a place of non-judgment
- How to make friends with suffering by learning to love your negative thoughts
- How to discover contentment in the present moment
You CAN change your relationship to suffering to access new levels of peace, wisdom, and meaning along the path! Ram Dass will show you how to embrace it all as “fierce grace.”
Honestly, I don’t believe there’s anyone better equipped to guide you in changing your relationship to suffering than Ram Dass, who lives with an effervescent grace, love, and beauty in spite of his physical hardships.
You can RSVP for free here.
P.S. Don’t miss Freedom From Anger, Fear & Separateness, featuring bestselling author and spiritual teacher Ram Dass. This is your chance to receive liberating insights that will help you begin to find spacious awareness and peace in your own life, even in the midst of anger, grief, and pain.
A downloadable recording will be provided later to all who register, whether or not you listen to the scheduled event.