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Being Ram Dass

by Rameshwar Das and Ram Dass

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PUBLISHED: 16th February 2021
ISBN: 9781683646242
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  • Compact Disc
    $65.09
PUBLISHED: 16th February 2021
ISBN: 9781683646242

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Ram Dass tells here, for the first time, the full arc of his remarkable life. Perhaps no other teacher has sparked the fires of as many spiritual seekers in the West as Ram Dass. If you've ever embraced the phrase "be here now," practiced meditation or yoga, tried psychedelics, or supported anyone in a hospice, prison, or homeless center--then the story of Ram Dass is also part of your story. From his birth in 1931 to his luminous later years, Ram Dass saw his life as just one incarnation of many. This memoir puts us in the passenger seat with the one-time Harvard psychologist and lifelong risk-taker Richard Alpert, who loved to take friends on wild rides on his Harley and test nearly every boundary--inner or outer--that came his way. Here, Ram Dass shares his life's odyssey in intimate detail: how he struggled with issues of self-identity and sexuality in his youth, pioneered psychedelic research, and opened the doorway to Eastern spiritual practices. In 1967 he trekked to India and met his guru, Neem Karoli Baba. He returned with a perspective on spirituality and psychology that changed millions. Populated by a cast of luminaries ranging from Timothy Leary to Elisabeth K

Author Biography

Ram Dass (1931-2019) first went to India in 1967. He was still Dr. Richard Alpert, an already eminent Harvard psychologist and psychedelic pioneer with Dr. Timothy Leary. He continued his psychedelic research until his journey to the East in 1967, driving overland to India, where he met his guru, Neem Karoli Baba, affectionately known as Maharaj-ji. Maharaj-ji gave him the name Ram Dass, which means "servant of God." Everything changed then--his intense dharmic life started, and he became a pivotal influence on a culture that has reverberated with the words "be here now" ever since. Be Here Now, Ram Dass's monumentally influential and seminal book, still stands as the highly readable centerpiece of the Western articulation of Eastern philosophy and practicing to live joyously in the present moment, be it luminous or mundane. From a backpackers' bible in the 1970s, Be Here Now continues to be the instruction manual of choice for generations of spiritual seekers. Fifty years later, it's still part of the timeless present. Being here now is still being here now. Ram Dass's work continues to be a path of teaching and inspiration to so many. His loving spirit has been a guiding light for three generations, carrying millions along on the journey, helping free them from their bonds as he has worked through his own. For more about Ram Dass's teachings, visit ramdass.org. Rameshwar Das is a writer and photographer who met Ram Dass in 1968. Ramesh has collaborated with Ram Dass on many projects, most recently as coauthor of Be Love Now and Polishing the Mirror .

Product Details

Publisher
Sounds True
Language
English
Year
2021
ISBN-10
168364624X
ISBN-13
9781683646242
Format
Compact Disc
Publication Date
2021-02-16
Audience
General/Trade
Author
Rameshwar Das, Ram Dass
Playing time
900
Country of Publication
United States
AU Release Date
2021-02-16
NZ Release Date
2021-02-16
US Release Date
2021-02-16
UK Release Date
2021-02-16