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   Abrahams, Ralph
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Ram Dass, the former Richard Alpert, has over the last 25 years become a true embodiment of a spiritual seeker. As a psychologist and spiritual teacher, he has authored numerous books including the classic Be Here Now, Grist for the Mill and his recently published Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing, and Dying.
Ram Dass
Code Name Price Description  
00601 Ram Dass
Creativity and Spirituality
$18.95 Everyone has the choice of being the creator or the creation. Ram Dass talks about ways to go beyond our personalities to the doorway through which we begin to meet the creative impulse - the breath-taking creative abundance which is pouring forth in the universe. - 1987 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00602 Ram Dass
One Mans Journey To The East
$18.95 Ram Dass talks about his personal journey - from being a professor at Harvard, through a period of psychedelics use, to finding his guru in India, as well as the continuing changes in his life. - 1969 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00603 Ram Dass
Yoga Of Daily Life
$11.95 Using the sayings of Christ as a framework, Ram Dass explains the principles of yoga. He shows how we limit ourselves in everyday life, and how meditation enables us to see ourselves without attachment, have compassion for ourselves and others, and see the world as it really is. - 1970 New Hampshire - One Audiotape
00604 Ram Dass
Involvement With Life
$11.95 Ram Dass discusses one of the common traps encountered by the spiritual searcher getting attached to the method of changing consciousness and warns against spiritual materialism. Each spiritual technique has its own exquisite function, and you must listen to your heart to know which is right for you. - 1974 Kentfield, Ca - One Audiotape
00605 Ram Dass
Your Own Uniqueness
$18.95 Ram Dass talks about the nature of identity, about realizing your true nature by surrendering the false idea of who you are. This kind of self-surrender is necessary for the only freedom worth having. - 1987 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00606 Ram Dass
Hang On Tightly - Let Go Lightly
$11.95 Speaking through personal anecdotes, Ram Dass addresses the question: What does it mean to honor your incarnation properly? Do you go off to a mountain to meditate or do you get on the front line of activism? He believes that once you have a spiritual perspective, everything in your life becomes part of the process of spiritual unfolding. The game is much more interesting than just staying high. - 1980 San Francisco - One Audiotape
00607 Ram Dass
1st Darshan: Turn Back You're Going The Wrong Way
$18.95 1970 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00608 Ram Dass
2nd Darshan: Forms Of Yoga and Meditation
$18.95 1974 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00609 Ram Dass
3rd Darshan: Methods For Coming To One Pointed Consciousness
$18.95 1978 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00610 Ram Dass
On Dying
$18.95 With great humor, Ram Dass speaks personally of his evolving relationship to death. As a psychologist at Harvard, he believed dead is dead. Then psilocybin pushed him to the edge of what he knew. Put yourself in my predicament: a Western social scientist-philosophical materialist, who now has just lost his body - there is a little question of what's left. - 1974 Santa Barbara, Ca - Two Audiotapes
00611 Ram Dass
Social Action and Spirituality
$11.95 If the universe is perfect, as the mystic contends, why is there so much suffering in the world? This ancient dilemna, and how to work with it, spurs the ever-eloquent Ram Dass into a moving talk on action and acceptance. - 1982 Esalen - One Audiotape