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Podcast: “Space is Grace” with Jessica Rasp

posted by Patrick Groneman

swami1.jpgInspired by reading the life story of Yogi Ransuratkumar and Chogyam
Trungpa Rinpoche
‘s “Shambhala: Sacred Path of the Warrior“, Jessica Rasp takes us on a journey into an insight from a recent solitary retreat, encapsulated in the phrase “Space is Grace.”

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Many thanks to OM Yoga Center for their financial support in making this podcast possible

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Carol

posted July 5, 2009 at 11:03 am


Thank you, but I prefer the written word–there are enough marvelous sounds beyond the human voice, why block them out? Why deprive a deaf person of your insight?
I would enjoy “reading” what you say.



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Jessica Rasp

posted July 9, 2009 at 5:26 pm


Dear Carol
Thank you for your kind words
Please send me an email to my personal address jessicarasp5@gmail.com
and so we can communicate directly. I will work to transcribe the Space is Grace talk soo you can read it.
Warm regards,
Jessica



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