What to do if no local group exists in your area?

Hey there, fellow seekers!

Are you feeling the call to connect with others in your area who share your love for Ram Dass’s teachings? Well, you’re in luck! Whether you’re searching for an existing community or considering starting one yourself, we’ve got you covered with some helpful steps to get you started on your journey.

Step 1: Explore the Fellowship Map

Before you dive into creating a new group, it’s a good idea to check out the Fellowship Map. This nifty tool helps you see if there’s already a local community in your area. Just give it a quick peek to make sure no one else is already running a group nearby.

Step 2: Read the Guidelines

If you’re thinking about starting a group, be sure to familiarize yourself with our guidelines. They’re there to help ensure that your group fosters a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can feel welcome and valued.

Step 3: Check out the Start-Up Kit

Starting a new group may seem daunting, but don’t worry! We’ve put together a handy Start-Up Kit packed with tips, resources, and inspiration to help you get your group off the ground and running smoothly.

Step 4: Listen to the Welcome Recording

To give you a warm welcome and some helpful insights into the process of starting a group, we’ve prepared a special Welcome Recording. Pop in your headphones and take a listen to get motivated and inspired for this exciting adventure!

Step 5: Reach out to Jackie

Ready to take the next step? Shoot me (Jackie) an email at Jacquelyn@ramDass.org to set up a time to chat. She’s here to support you every step of the way and answer any questions you might have about starting your own Ram Dass community.

Remember, whether you’re joining an existing group or starting a new one, you’re embarking on a journey of connection, growth, and transformation. So, embrace the opportunity to share your love for Ram Dass’s teachings with others and watch as beautiful friendships and connections unfold.

Wishing you all the best on your journey of community and spiritual exploration!

Warm regards,