28 May 2013
May 28, 2013

Episode 40 – Trungpa Rinpoche Pt. 2

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Ram Dass interviews Trungpa Rinpoche at the Dharma Festival in 1973.

 

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  • http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=602743 Nancy

    Wonderful talk, thank you. I am glad you found that link helpful. Peace and Blessings, Nancy

  • http://feelitreal.com Denise

    LOVE this podcast, Raghu!

  • Jonathan

    Raghu Marcus I am grateful that these teachings have landed upon my ear and subsequently into my heart. I had not heard of Bhagavan Das prior to listening to these podcasts, and had no prior knowledge of Ram Dass prior to seeing him interviewed by Oprah a few months ago (obviously a repeat). From the moment I heard him speak, I began to weep and was overcome with a hunger to learn about something I feel I somehow already know. I wish not deny any longer, that which resides within this manifestation here and now. I live in Yucaipa, CA 92399 and know not which way to turn.
    Humbly seeking,
    Jonathan

    PS: Part 1 of Rinpoche podcast did not appear in i-tunes.
    PPS: Had it, I might haven’t opened to you..though Ive thought it a thousand times.

  • Gerry Marr

    Where is the link to the video of Chogyam Trungpa and Ram Dass? Clues?

  • Gerry Marr

    Thank you Nancy! I work at an integrative Mental Health Organization, in San Luis Obispo, Ca. that was founded by Ed Podval, based on his work with Chogyam Rimpoche. it is called Windhorse. These opportunities to experience these primary teachings is a delight, at the very least.