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I was at a Rama seminar and there were maybe 40 or 50 students seated in an auditorium waiting for Rama to appear. He was really late. I was starting to get cranky, along with everyone else. I sensed that the 40 to 50 of us were intentionally segregated from the "other" students, probably hundreds of them, and all of us in the smaller group waiting around for Rama felt bad about it.

I was sitting pretty far away from the stage so I decided to get up and move closer to get a seat up front. I found a seat and tried to sit next to a young woman who looked like she was in her early twenties. She have me a really nasty look and said the seat was taken. This made me feel even worse. I sat down a short distance from her.

Finally, Rama comes out on stage wearing jeans and a tee-shirt. I thought this was strange. Rama always wears a suit to seminars. He then begins to arrange some very elongated bedroom dresser-like furniture on the stage for a grand total of maybe 5 minutes, sort of ignoring the students.

He then says in a friendly manner that it was too early and asks if we could we come back later that night. He then exits the stage without waiting for an answer. This did not sit well with the students, that's for sure. Anyway, there the dream ends.

When I awoke, I realized that Rama was simply reflecting to us how we were being in our lives. We were being sloppy and disrespectful (as indicated by Rama's attire) as well as rude and inconsiderate (as indicated by Rama making us wait for him to show, appearing for 5 minutes, all of which he spent ignoring us, and then leaving abruptedly). He was keeping us apart from the "other" students because of our negative mental states.

Deborah

 

 

 

 


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