Sunday, April 1, 2012

This Blog Entry Reveals Everything Imaginable

April Fool!

The true April entry will be posted in another day or two.  See you then.

D. R. Butler

15 comments:

Kaunteya said...

Arggg! Got me!
Ah! but I did get my new Lesson just now ... April showers ... and this bud shall unfold.

Colette said...

Ram thank you for your lightheartedness and love,Karuna

Taylor said...

LOL!!! Very good D.R.

A good subtitle for the Course would be:
How not to be a Fool

Actually, the Course reveals everything imaginable and I so appreciate my current section - Inner Growth through Relationships. Thank you for changing the flow so that this section comes sooner than it use to. Lord knows we need it!

(Hope this comment is moderate enough. :-)

thanks & love,

Darcy said...

Love your lightheartedness Ram! Thank you for the chuckle and reminder this morning! ;) :) Check in in a couple of days.

Kaunteya said...

Today is April 2nd...so I figure with no new blog I am supposed to further imbibe, "This Blog Entry Reveals Everything Imaginable"
To me the word REVEALS is very powerful. The 'actions' of the One: create, sustain, conceal, reveal, disolve. Truly the veil is lifted a bit each time I interact. The Truth is generously revealed a bit at a time...as that is all I can handle! This is pretty mind blowing stuff for me. If it all came at once I would be blown away like Arjuna /Kaunteya in the Bhagava Gita when God's form was revealed to him all at once.
Thank you for being so loving!
Love
Kaunteya

Jessie said...

love it.

Debbra Nazzaro said...

Ha ha ha! I love it, and the laughter is so welcome at this moment. Heck, at any moment! Sending so much gratitude and appreciation to you Ram, and to Kay. Love, Debbra :)

Shabari said...

Love this joke, and love Kaunteya's comment.

Kaunteya said...

And what is this blog entry?
A blank box ...
A clean slate ...
What I am entering right NOW and now and now ...
Truly, Whatever I can imagine! Or choose to imagine ... now ... and now ...
Thank You
Love
Kaunteya

Charles Deschênes said...

Yes, no need to say more. After all, that topic has been fully covered already. So give us something new! (ok, I admit that "everything imaginable" is a tough one to beat.... Hum... Could be "The unimaginable at your doorstep").

Vandita said...

Dear Ram, I have a couple of questions but I will post them later. Right now I just wanted to thank you once again for your course that, 24 years after I first read it, still surprises me, it continues to come right at the perfect time, and it is such a great support for me in life and sadhana.

Karen Jo Shapiro said...

What if the real joke were, that if we just tuned in completely to that one sentence we actually COULD get everything imaginable? Haven't we had the experience that there is an energy beyond the words? Sometimes the words feel like a portal with the Light streaming through.

Still, I'll be looking forward to the next installment! :)

Fancifully Yours, KJ

Pama said...

Greetings Ever'One

The subject of lightheartedness reminds me of a loving laugh I experienced recently. When the lesson arrived two weeks ago it was accompanied with a brief note to the effect that "you are going to love this lesson". And I l-a-u-g-h-e-d!!!

Sylvia (name used with permission) and I have been saying for over twenty-four years, every time we received a lesson,"Oh, you are going to l-o-v-e this lesson; it's the best one yet." To this day we laugh, every time, because every lesson is "the best one yet" and there is no doubt, we're going to "love it". And we do! And it is!

Love and The Best to All!

Bettina said...

Patience... and meditating on everything being already revealed, I'm waiting for Rams 2nd part of the April blog entry nevertheless - like for x-mas when I was a girl.

I'd like to add something to the wish list:
It would be sooo great to get a transcript from the video interview. It was really wonderful to experience the Shakti in a different way, seeing you on the screen and listening to you, Ram. However, the words were so rich and I love to understand them ALL, though I was not able to. Compassion with the foreigners ;-)

Thanks for this priceless support in daily life!
Love from Switzerland
Bettina

Calandria said...

Ram, how can one know whether or not one is making progress in sadhana, or whether one is stuck in some kind of ego trip?