Dale Borglum – Healing at the Edge – Ep. 27 – Qualities of a Spacious Heart

Spacious Heart Dale Borglum - Healing at the Edge - Ep. 27 - Passion and Compassion

How open is your heart? Dale Borglum shares the qualities of a spacious heart to cultivate compassion.


Compassion For All

Dale explores the sort of practice and awareness is needed for true compassion.

“Compassion is taught in the Eastern Traditions as compassion for the suffering of the other person. In the West though, we tend to be approaching spiritual life from a neurotic starting point. That compassion for ourselves is a very important aspect of practice. It is impossible to have compassion without previously cultivating awareness in the mind and being embodied. Present in the sense of groundedness and centeredness.” – Dale Borglum (Ram Dev)   

Enter the heart of compassion and explore the Buddhist practice of Metta. Explore the fundamentals of Metta on Ep. 74 of Heart Wisdom
Qualities of a Spacious Heart (5:25)

What is a spacious heart? First, we must become grounded. Dale looks at why compassion cannot exist in a restless mind.

“True compassion is the center of practice. If we can have compassion the mind settles down. Bringing this compassion into daily activity is really quite remarkable.” – Dale Borglum (Ram Dev)

Heart Stories (13:25)

Dale shares stories revealing the essence of a spacious heart.

“Is the compassionate thing just to be kind and sweet?” – Dale Borglum (Ram Dev)     

Dale Borglum - Healing at the Edge - Ep. 27 - Passion and Compassion

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