In the Kali Meditation, Ram Dass urges us to offer our insecurities, frustrations, anger and all the things that take us out of the flow of the universe and prevent us from getting to that place we call home – to Kali. She lives off of our impurities – to release them into her welcoming hands, so we can allow ourselves to embody beauty in the Divine Spirit.
A personal and rather shallow 🙂 example of using this practice would be me corresponding with Bateaux London – I took my family on an afternoon tea cruise with them and they did not deliver the level of service we paid for. We were seated at the wrong table, not served on time and my sister who is an allergy sufferer was given a limited meal option despite previous reassurances. Cases like these, though tiny in the big scheme of things, boil my blood, send my heart racing and destroy my peace. Yet, it’s better to be free than right (Ram Dass). I offer my indignation and anger to Kali and instantly feel lighter 🙂 Don’t get me wrong, I will still invoke purchase protection and write a review, however I will do this from a calm place.