Rise Up and Fly!

BirdsRise up, spread your wings, and fly! The entire universe is waiting to embrace you.

This is what the following mantra from the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad is all about:

OM Asatoma Sat Gamaya
Tamasoma Jyotir Gamaya
Mrtyorma Amritam Gamaya.

Lead us from the unreal to the real,
Lead Us From Darkness To Light,
Lead Us From Death To Immortality.

This is the essence of transformation, of resurrection, of the longing within each of us to soar into the truth of who we really are and never look back.

Today…. right now…. rise up, spread your wings, and fly!

About Bhava Ram

Bhava Ram (bhavaram.com) is a former NBC Foreign Correspondent who healed from a broken back and diagnosis of terminal cancer through the sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda. His memoir, Warrior Pose, How Yoga Literally Saved My Life, details this healing journey and is scheduled to be a feature film in 2016. Bhava is the co-founder of the Deep Yoga School of Healing Arts (deepyoga.com) and is an author, teacher, lecturer, musician and spiritual counselor. He and his wife, Laura Plumb, lead trainings and retreats in California, Europe and India.
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One Response to Rise Up and Fly!

  1. AnnaLinnehan says:

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    ~namaste~

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