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I Am Brahman
Steven: Hello, Ramji. Good to hear from you and hope you and Sundari are enjoying your adventure. I was going to try to attend satsang in India in January, but alas, my schedule did not match up. It would have been a blessing to be there again after so many years.
The Doro MP3s have greatly assisted me in dealing with my mother, her having a stroke, being in hospice and not knowing family members, in addition to the karma/drama of family conflicts that abound now. I have often sat with her while listening to you on my iPod chanting the Bhramanandam chant and I recite your writing, What Is the Self?… the silence is palpable in her room… I hold her and tell her I love her… she can barely open her eyes… I ask her if she knows me, and she says no… yet I tell her I love her anyway and I know it is me, the self that is there, that I love, the Love that I see there… it is all me… everything is me… awareness. Nothing is happening… nothing to hold onto. It is like the changing of the seasons… the yellow, gold and brown leaves falling to the ground, and barren branches awaiting another round, endless streams, infinite without end, all the profound rhythmic cycles we seemingly see as life, us, me and you, a wonderful picture show… what a blessing to have this human life. It is all very funny, and profound, my understanding clear that I am brahman…
Thank you for so much everything. Take care, much light, joy, bliss, satchitananda.
~ Much love, Stevenji