Ned Quist’s Wonderful Review of “Walking Home with Baba”….

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Let me begin with a full disclosure: I studied with Rohini Ralby for nearly eight years from about 1993 until 2001. During that time I learned my first tai ch’i form and worked through some very difficult issues with her as my counselor and spiritual advisor. Together with my wife (also her student) Rohini provided me with the tools to …

A Great Review of “Walking Home with Baba”….

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There are two important things which I look for in a spiritual book. The first is authenticity. Has the author genuinely experienced that about which they write…or are they reorganizing concepts which they have read in other books. The second is, does the author clearly present an effective practice which will guide the reader to a direct personal experience of …

Ramesh Pattni on “Walking Home with Baba”….

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When I heard that Rohini Ralby had written a book about her spiritual journey, I was immediately interested.  I became even more engaged when I learnt about her commentary on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, as I was then working on my dissertation on the same subject.  Rohini’s husband generously handed me Rohini’s book, which I went on to read with resonances …

Using the Foursquare Game to Get to Love….

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These last few weeks in class we have been working on a new foursquare that has been a little different. This is the vibration of what we have called love. When we were very little and saw our caregivers, we “knew” they loved each other and us. We took the vibration they had to be love; that is what we …

Leaving the Fall….

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Every spiritual tradition values what is known in Sanskrit as sahaj samādhi, or walking bliss: being in the Heart and being with the world simultaneously. The problem is that we make this state of being into a lovely ideal or a distant place that we could never attain. In fact, walking bliss is available to each of us. The real …