24 Jul 2012
July 24, 2012

Episode 13 – Fast Forward

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In 1974, in the wake of the Nixon Watergate hearings, Ram Dass produced a box set of LP’s called Love Serve Remember. Included in the set were excerpts from a radio show he did that consisted of Q&A from audience members. It’s amazing how relevant Ram Dass’ answers to these questions are to our own very challenging contemporary times.

 

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  • http://www.members.shaw.ca/theyogastudio/ Jeannie Stevens

    What grace! I am now in my 39th year of yoga and it is with such great respect and gratitude that I listen to this broadcast. I first heard these recordings in the 70′s, they were still on vinyl . As I listened today, I realized how much these recordings became a part of my foundation in Yoga. Blessing to Ram Dass and to all of you who support these teachings.

    Namaste,
    Jeannie Stevens
    Sidney BC Canada

  • ALex

    These questions were all great. Answered some of my own questions i had forgetten about. Thank you!

  • Michael B

    Interesting to hear Ram Dass in 1974, and to understand more fully the life he was immersed in. I was there then and read the manual on being here now, and the present moment is stil the only path…

  • Herb Hanuman Tirtha

    Super discourse by Ram Das, seems so appropriate here in 2012, as if the message he is bringing has no relationship to time or cultures. RAM RAM ht

  • Sean (Naqib)

    Aloha Many thanks for preserving the exquisite talks of Ram Dass. They touch our soul. Namaste

  • Carlene Hoglen

    Ram Dass has been part of my life since 1973 . I still have my BE HERE NOW and almost 40 years later I am STILL HERE NOW. Namaste to all of us.