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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 27 weeks 1 day ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    I USED TO BE A WORKSHOP JUNKIE BECAUSE I NEVER BELIEVED I WAS ENOUGH TO DO WHAT I AM HERE TO DO: While I do recommend being educated in one's chosen field or calling in life, there are many ways to obtain this education. It may be through formal schooling or be driven by one's intense purpose in life and learned from life experience and "hacking" an education from books and mentors. Personally, although I would have liked to have training as a counselor, I wasn't able to travel this route and...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 28 weeks 1 day ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    The most important aspect of my story is what is behind it. It isn’t just a listing of what happened, like a shopping list, as much as bringing out the fuel, or spirit—however subtle—behind it. Cancer has changed me in a fundamental way—or I could say, has brought out the essence of who I am, and what I am supposed to contribute to life with those who are receptive, if I'm not clouded by so-called physical necessity, or even normal every day, sometimes mindless, spiritual practice, or excuses...
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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 28 weeks 4 days ago
    The famous best-selling book and movie Heaven Is For Real describes the experiences of Todd Burpo's son, Colton, who had a NDE (Near Death Experience).  Therein the young boy describes the spiritual world, the kingdom of God and also the instructions that he had been told by the divine personality, Jesus. However when asked specifically about God the father, by his own father, the boy exclaimed something extraordinary. “What does God look like?” I said. “God the Holy Spirit?” Colton...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 28 weeks 5 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    One theme for my journey West, which includes my whole cancer journey to date, and entire life when looked at with a spiritual eye, is a statement used by HH Bhakti-tirtha Maharaja that he learned from his very spiritual mother: “I am blessed by the best and I am praying to pass all my tests!” May we all adopt this vision to view our lives in the most positive light! After arriving in San Diego a friend picked me up at the airport. He took me to the US-Mexico border, since it is quicker to...
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    Posted: 29 weeks 6 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    As I prepare to share more about my trip to Mexico and California, which I have dubbed, "My Magical Mystery Tour," I have understood that my whole life has been a magical mystery tour because the various events in my life, both desirable or challenging, and wonderful and enlivening, have all added a shade or color of who I am today. Is our childhood or any other period of our life sad, or happy, or whatever label we may give it? Our opinion is very subjective and depends what measuring stick we...
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