Paul Singer: Remarkable Encounters

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rdhand

It was 1970 in Washington, D.C. Friends played a tape recorded lecture in which Ram Dass described his journey to India and his transformation from Harvard professor to intrepid explorer of the mind to spiritual seeker and discoverer in terms, tenor and language that confirmed tenets I knew to be true, but had never heard… Read more »

Krishna Das: Remarkable Encounters

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kdarjun

If there is one day in a life that was the end of one thing and the beginning of another thing that was the day I met Ram Dass… Before that I was running around to every yogi who came to America. I remember doing asanas with some guy, some crazy yogi, on the floor… Read more »

Winter Camp

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hanumanji

As I have said before, when I first met Babaji I was not at all interested in sadhus or saints. It was out of sheer grace that he visited our house. Although many unusual things were happening, we failed to realize their importance or to see his hand in them. His visits meant some thrill… Read more »

Burden of Doubt

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M

I was carrying a burden of doubt when I returned to India to see Maharaj-ji in 1970.  In America there was a boy who had been my student who had died.  He was a deeply spiritual kid whose father was a foreign scientist.  The family was well off and had a home in New Hampshire… Read more »