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Lions Roar : March 2018
1. Identify Who Needs You First, identify a person or a group who is disenfranchised or who is suffering. Their situation might be something familiar to us, connected to something we ourselves have experienced, or it could be something totally unfamiliar to us, bringing a new edge to our awareness and understanding. 2. Be There and Be Empty Second, spend meaningful time with them. This is a time to let go of what we came with, and learn and listen. You might do a street retreat with the home- less. You might volunteer at a drug rehab clinic, participate in prison outreach work, or provide support to patients and/ or families in a hospice center. You could take part in the voluntary services offered to veterans by the VA program. Central to this step is coming from a place of emptiness, approaching it with willingness to become truly intimate with another’s experience. Bearing witness requires a kind of mental and physical surrender to the situation to allow it to fully enter into your consciousness. 3. Serve the Situation After some time, ask yourself, “How can I most acknowledge people’s plight?” If they Tibetan Inspired Spa LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2018 32