As many of you may know, Ram Dass passed away on Dec 22. So sad to see such a light go. And so grateful for all he gave the world. He first gained fame, or perhaps one should say infame, in 1963 when as Richard Albert he was expelled from Harvard along with Timothy Leary and Ralph Metzner (both sadly no longer with us) for conducting psychedelic sessions with students.
The following information will assist you in creating a heart-opening soul-based relationship in your life. By applying these Universal truths every day you'll empower yourself to manifest a relationship that works for you, not against you.Picture by Gio Kadagishvili (above)
Kumari Mullin, Sensitivity Series Part I: Why You May Feel Drained and Depressed…and It’s Not in Your Head
Kumari Mullin, Sensitivity Series Part II: How to recognize when you are affected by other people’s energies
Moscow, Russia, December 1992. There was a diplomatic reception held at the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. It was a major diplomatic event of the year, and all the foreign ambassadors and consuls were present.
A self-diagnosed Anglophile, my whole life, I could not have been more excited when on a beautiful, crisp, cool day in January 1993 I was on a plane landing at Heathrow International Airport. I had never been there before, but for some reason, I loved England all my life
On November 14, 1992, Annette Herfkens, an international bond trader on Wall Street and her fiance Willem van der Pas (Pasje) boarded Vietnam Airlines flight 474 in Ho Chi Minh City. They were just two young people in love that planned a romantic getaway to the coastal resort of Nha Trang.
“Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame.” –Benjamin Franklin. I found that quote on Brainy quotes. In fact they had 28 pages of quotations on the subject of anger, and although I didn’t read them all, I did read several dozen, and they all reflected a similar philosophy – that anger is a negative passion.
In the previous stories, I told you about how my native country Lithuania declared independence from the Soviet Union, how we celebrated our freedom on the streets of Vilnius, my hometown, and how I got my first job as a consul in the Lithuanian Embassy in Moscow in those historic times.
When you grow up somewhere in the world other than America, you hear many stories about how great America is. When I was a little girl, I heard that America was a country where all dreams come true