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Entries tagged with “Ram Dass”

Better Souls than Roles: An Interview with Ram Dass

Ram Dass, which means “servant of God,” was born Richard Alpert into a Jewish family in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1931. He earned a PhD in psychology at Stanford and began his spir…

Book Review: Love Everyone

Love Everyoneby Parvati MarkusHarper OneMillions of readers around the world got their first glimpse of Eastern knowledge in Be Here Now. First published in 1971, the book chronicl…

Comforting Silence with Mirabai Bush

Mirabai Bush shares revelations about dying and living from her close relationship with Ram Dass and shares a special practice preparing for death.

Different Ways to Work With the Universe

Here's a great opportunity in terms of practice to explore the different levels of perceiving and working with the universe.

Lessons Learned from the World Not Ending in 2012

Here we are, it’s finally happened! The end (and restarting) of the Mayan calendar, 11:11 a.m. December 21, 2012. Ironically, there was a while there when I thought frantically abo…

Polishing the Mirror

Polishing the Mirror: How to Live from Your Spiritual HeartBy Ram Dass with Rameshwar Das; Sounds True PublishingConsidering his long-standing advice to “be here now,” the spiritua…

Questions for Ram Dass

When you describe your first encounter with your guru, Neem Karoli Baba, the writing is so vivid, you seem to be reliving the experience. Does the encounter come to life anew each …

Ram Dass Explores the Essence of Mindfulness

There’s no philosophy about this, it’s a simple quieting of the mind.

The Usefulness of Quieting the Mind

In large corporate environments and intimate retreat settings, meditation mentor Mirabai Bush shares the usefulness of quieting the mind and the benefits it brings to daily life.

What Are You in Service To?

When I think about service, I think about my first teacher, Arvis Joen Justi. In my 20s, I became interested in Zen Buddhism through a book I read by Alan Watts. I cannot remember which one it was, but at the time, in the early 1980s, Watts was a popular writer and one of the first people to bring Eastern spiritual teachings to the West.

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