Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle
Milagro de Amor Bundle

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Milagro de Amor Bundle

HISTORIAS SOBRE NEEM KAROLI BABA RECOPILADAS POR RAM DASS

En 1967 conocí a Neem Karoli Baba, un encuentro que cambió el curso de mi vida. En la profundidad de su compasión, sabiduría, humor, poder y amor encontré una posibilidad humana nunca antes imaginada... una extraordinaria integración de espíritu y forma. Estuve con él sólo brevemente porque dejó su cuerpo físico en 1973. Aun así, entró en mi corazón como una verdad viva, y su
presencia sigue enriqueciendo y guiando mi vida. -Ram Dass

Ram Dass curates some of Neem Karoli Baba's most amazing stories in Miracle of Love. Included in the bundle is a Maharaj-ji prayer flag with an imprint taken from the pages of Ram Dass' Be Here Now as well as a Rudraksha Mala Necklace for doing japa.

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  • 1 Copy of Miracle of Love
  • 1 Neem Karoli Baba Prayer Flag
  • 1 108 Rudraksha Mala Necklace
  • 1 Hanunam Murti
  • 1  Pack Hanuman Incense (20 Sticks)

Milagro de Amor

No puede haber una biografía de él. Los hechos son pocos, las historias muchas. Parece que se le conoce con diferentes nombres en muchas partes de la India, apareciendo y desapareciendo a lo largo de los años. Sus devotos/as occidentales de los últimos años le conocían como Neem Karoli Baba, pero sobre todo como «Maharajji», un apodo tan común en la India que a menudo se puede oír cómo se usa para un vendedor de té. Tal y como él decía,él no era «nadie».

Maharajji no daba discursos; las historias más breves y sencillas eran sus enseñanzas. Normalmente se sentaba o se recostaba en un banco de madera envuelto en una manta de tela escocesa mientras unos pocos devotos se sentaban a su alrededor. Los/las visitantes iban y venían; se les daba comida, unas pocas palabras, un gesto de cabeza, una palmada en la cabeza o en la espalda, y se les despedía. Había chismorreo y risas, ya que le gustaba bromear. Daba órdenes para el funcionamiento del ashram normalmente con un grito desgarrador que se escuchaba a través del recinto. A veces se sentaba en silencio, absorto en ‘otro mundo’ al que no podíamos seguir, pero la dicha y la paz nos abrazaba. Quien era, no era más que la experiencia de él, el néctar de su presencia, la totalidad de su ausencia que ahora nos envuelve como lo hacía su manta a cuadros.


Prayer Flags
In Tibetan Tradition, flags containing sacred images and phrases are flown by the thousands, offering with each gust of wind, prayers for the peace and happiness of all beings. The Lama Foundation has expanded this tradition to embrace and celebrate the universality of religious and spiritual traditions from all over the world.

Hung outdoors, the prayers are offered to and released on the winds. Indoors, they create a sacred space of remembrance. The flags are also used to adorn altars, wrap sacred objects and have other uses. 

The Maharaj-ji prayer flag is taken the modern spiritual classic, Be Here Now by Ram Dass. The inscription reads as follows:

"It's hard to speak in words about the the Guru..... To speak of the difference between an Upa Guru and a Sat Guru.  It's interesting that when I tell the story of my journey in India and tell of the Guru.  I always speak of his miracles, although, from my point of view they are not the essence of the matter at all.  But: they are that which is speakable of...  It's a little like that Persian story where Nasruddin is looking for his house key under the street lamp and others come to help him and finally they ask him "Where did you loose it?" and he answers, "in my house, but it's dark in there and since it's light out here this is the best place to look."  I find myself talking about things that are talkable about, what can I say?"

Malas
Malas are a great way for beginners (and those who are seasoned) to do Japa or mantra meditation.Rudraksha is a seed belonging to the Elaeocarpus evergreen tree. Rudraksha  literally means Eyes of Shiva, Shiva Eye.  It is sometimes referred to as Tears of Shiva. Rudraksha beads are said to be good for purification and help shield against negative energy. 

Murtis

Miracle of Love

  • ISBN: 9781887474009
  • Publisher: Hanuman Foundation
  • Published: 3 edition (December 1, 1995)
  • Dimensions:  9.26 x 6 x 1
  • Pages: 424

Prayer Flags
The Prayer flags are hand printed in the USA at the Lama Foundation in New Mexico using an environmentally-friendly, water-based printing process, and are infused with the prayers and intentions of the Lama Beans. Proceeds from the flags support both the Love Serve Remember Foundation and the Lama Foundation.

  • 18" x 18"
  • Muslin 
  • Earth Friendly Inks
  • Printed in New Mexico

Malas

  • Made in India
  • Cotton Tassle
  • Rudraksha Seed Beads
  • Bead Size: 8mm
  • Mala Size: 20"
  • Photo Credits: Tanja Kuić

Murtis

  • Solid Brass in Honey Gold Finish.
  • Murti Size 3" x 2"
Dimensions: 5"x 5" x 1.25

  • Weight: 5.9 oz.
  • Photo Credits: Tanja Kuić

Please allow 2-3 business days to prepare your order. We fulfill 3 times a week in our shop.

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We do not offer any express or next day service unless we have communicated directly and can confirm our availability to do this.

Donors can choose desired shipping service at checkout. We offer USPS, UPS for domestic mail and USPS, DHL for international mail.

International Orders

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In addition to shipping, international orders may incur customs charges placed by the country of destination. It is a good idea to check with your customs ministry to find out about taxes and fees on imported goods before making a purchase.

Missing Mail

In the event that your package does not arrive within the expected estimated window of time we recommend following some preliminary steps:

  • Review your order confirmation and check for address errors
  • Review your tracking information to see if there are updates
  • Visit your local post office to see if they have additional information on the whereabouts of the package.
  • Email Us or fill out the form below and include the following.
    • Name
    • Order#
    • Information about your case.

Once we hear from you we will begin investigating the whereabouts of your missing package and get back to you.

What's Included?

  • 1 Copy of Miracle of Love
  • 1 Neem Karoli Baba Prayer Flag
  • 1 108 Rudraksha Mala Necklace
  • 1 Hanunam Murti
  • 1  Pack Hanuman Incense (20 Sticks)

Milagro de Amor

No puede haber una biografía de él. Los hechos son pocos, las historias muchas. Parece que se le conoce con diferentes nombres en muchas partes de la India, apareciendo y desapareciendo a lo largo de los años. Sus devotos/as occidentales de los últimos años le conocían como Neem Karoli Baba, pero sobre todo como «Maharajji», un apodo tan común en la India que a menudo se puede oír cómo se usa para un vendedor de té. Tal y como él decía,él no era «nadie».

Maharajji no daba discursos; las historias más breves y sencillas eran sus enseñanzas. Normalmente se sentaba o se recostaba en un banco de madera envuelto en una manta de tela escocesa mientras unos pocos devotos se sentaban a su alrededor. Los/las visitantes iban y venían; se les daba comida, unas pocas palabras, un gesto de cabeza, una palmada en la cabeza o en la espalda, y se les despedía. Había chismorreo y risas, ya que le gustaba bromear. Daba órdenes para el funcionamiento del ashram normalmente con un grito desgarrador que se escuchaba a través del recinto. A veces se sentaba en silencio, absorto en ‘otro mundo’ al que no podíamos seguir, pero la dicha y la paz nos abrazaba. Quien era, no era más que la experiencia de él, el néctar de su presencia, la totalidad de su ausencia que ahora nos envuelve como lo hacía su manta a cuadros.


Prayer Flags
In Tibetan Tradition, flags containing sacred images and phrases are flown by the thousands, offering with each gust of wind, prayers for the peace and happiness of all beings. The Lama Foundation has expanded this tradition to embrace and celebrate the universality of religious and spiritual traditions from all over the world.

Hung outdoors, the prayers are offered to and released on the winds. Indoors, they create a sacred space of remembrance. The flags are also used to adorn altars, wrap sacred objects and have other uses. 

The Maharaj-ji prayer flag is taken the modern spiritual classic, Be Here Now by Ram Dass. The inscription reads as follows:

"It's hard to speak in words about the the Guru..... To speak of the difference between an Upa Guru and a Sat Guru.  It's interesting that when I tell the story of my journey in India and tell of the Guru.  I always speak of his miracles, although, from my point of view they are not the essence of the matter at all.  But: they are that which is speakable of...  It's a little like that Persian story where Nasruddin is looking for his house key under the street lamp and others come to help him and finally they ask him "Where did you loose it?" and he answers, "in my house, but it's dark in there and since it's light out here this is the best place to look."  I find myself talking about things that are talkable about, what can I say?"

Malas
Malas are a great way for beginners (and those who are seasoned) to do Japa or mantra meditation.Rudraksha is a seed belonging to the Elaeocarpus evergreen tree. Rudraksha  literally means Eyes of Shiva, Shiva Eye.  It is sometimes referred to as Tears of Shiva. Rudraksha beads are said to be good for purification and help shield against negative energy. 

Murtis

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Product Details

Miracle of Love

  • ISBN: 9781887474009
  • Publisher: Hanuman Foundation
  • Published: 3 edition (December 1, 1995)
  • Dimensions:  9.26 x 6 x 1
  • Pages: 424

Prayer Flags
The Prayer flags are hand printed in the USA at the Lama Foundation in New Mexico using an environmentally-friendly, water-based printing process, and are infused with the prayers and intentions of the Lama Beans. Proceeds from the flags support both the Love Serve Remember Foundation and the Lama Foundation.

  • 18" x 18"
  • Muslin 
  • Earth Friendly Inks
  • Printed in New Mexico

Malas

  • Made in India
  • Cotton Tassle
  • Rudraksha Seed Beads
  • Bead Size: 8mm
  • Mala Size: 20"
  • Photo Credits: Tanja Kuić

Murtis

  • Solid Brass in Honey Gold Finish.
  • Murti Size 3" x 2"
Dimensions: 5"x 5" x 1.25

  • Weight: 5.9 oz.
  • Photo Credits: Tanja Kuić

Shipping Policy

Please allow 2-3 business days to prepare your order. We fulfill 3 times a week in our shop.

Shipping times will vary depending on the service you have chosen and does not include the time it takes to process your order.

We do not offer any express or next day service unless we have communicated directly and can confirm our availability to do this.

Donors can choose desired shipping service at checkout. We offer USPS, UPS for domestic mail and USPS, DHL for international mail.

International Orders

Please note that due to COVID-19 packages may be delayed up to 30 days. Double check with your postal and customs ministry to make sure it is accepting packages from other countries.

In addition to shipping, international orders may incur customs charges placed by the country of destination. It is a good idea to check with your customs ministry to find out about taxes and fees on imported goods before making a purchase.

Missing Mail

In the event that your package does not arrive within the expected estimated window of time we recommend following some preliminary steps:

  • Review your order confirmation and check for address errors
  • Review your tracking information to see if there are updates
  • Visit your local post office to see if they have additional information on the whereabouts of the package.
  • Email Us or fill out the form below and include the following.
    • Name
    • Order#
    • Information about your case.

Once we hear from you we will begin investigating the whereabouts of your missing package and get back to you.