Love Without Cause

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kainchi

It is quite a different experience, in some ways, every time we go to India. In this case, the biggest thing about India, ultimately, is really well expressed in one of the Sutras, which loosely says “In order to really become a balanced human being, you need to embrace both the ten thousand horrible visions… Read more »

There Is No Richard Alpert Anymore

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norichardalpert

Written by Robert Harmony Carr   There is no Richard Alpert anymore, He walked through Aldous Huxley’s famous door, And sailed his mind upon a distant shore, There is no Richard Alpert anymore. He met a man who shared a mystery That Richard sought, and learned that Ram was he, And that a fate of… Read more »

Remarkable Encounters: Chris Truhe

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determinedbeing

It was a perfect storm of sorts when I found a craft that would carry me through it all. In 1975, I was 25 years old—just coming into my adult life. I completed college, had a job, a husband, friends; it was all exciting, lovely really . . . and it felt empty. During this… Read more »

Remarkable Encounters: Mark Ekwall

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skyline

I became aware of Ram Dass in the early 1970s through Be Here Now. An avid member of Dick Alpert’s explorers club, I had the opportunity to see Ram Dass talk in NY and Philadelphia and also had some friends at that time who studied with Ram Dass, so I was shown certain meditations and… Read more »