The Sixties & Mysticism in America

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In this sound clip, Ram Dass talks about the history of Mysticism in America, specifically in the sixties. The shift was from absolute reality (what your thinking mind thought it understood) to other kinds of consciousness. Up until the sixties the primary spiritual containers were the organized religions of this culture, they were primarily the… Read more »

“Ramayana” read by Ram Dass

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In the 60s and 70s many of us journeyed to the East in search of ‘something’. In the foothills of the Himalayas, some of us were graced to touch the living spirit through our guru, Neem Karoli Baba. Being with the devotees surrounding him, we were opened to “bhakti yoga” the path of the heart…. Read more »

Attachment & Addiction

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Ram Dass answers questions about attachment, addiction and relationships. The root of suffering is the clinging of the mind to the things which separate one from all of it. When that separation happens, there is incredible pain and in some profound way all of our actions henceforth are an attempt to return back into the… Read more »

Einstein Rational Mind

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Ram Dass talks about Einstein’s transcendence and arrival at the understanding of the laws of the universe – not solely by using his rational mind, but by going through another doorway into another way of thinking about the universe. Taken from the two-part audio set, “Who You Are” which is available as an audio download.