The Bhagavad Gita is a gem so precious in India's spiritual treasury that many regard it not as a volume of sacred verse, but as a living manifestation of the Divine. In the summer of 1974, inside a balmy Boulder, Colorado, warehouse that served as a main hall of a fledgling Naropa Institute, some say a minor miracle occured: The reawakening of the Gita's living presence, as it unfolded in a series of wisdom teachings led by Ram Dass. With Love, Service, Devotion, and the Ultimate Surrender, you are invited to experience these legendary gatherings.
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Very deep and specific. Probably read the book info before buying to make sure it is what you want. Precursor to many of the new gurus. I thought it was well done. Even though the sound quality was marginal at times.
Every "Soul" will hear this differently . I don't understand it all, but I feel more comfortable with myself and the mystery; the unexplainable aspects of life that religions want to give us answer's of certainty to. I enjoyed hearing passages from different teachings that are in agreement and point us in a direction to find some of our own answers.
This is a wonderful series of lectures. I enjoyed the words of wisdom of his Guru Maharaji. The stories he tells are funny, engaging and insightful. There are many topics covered here and I will be listening to this one again and again. His delivery is fantastic. This set of lectures is a gift!
Ram Dass relays his personal trajectory of self realization. Exceeded my expectations; I could not stop listening. His path to enlightenment was interesting and honest. Loved it.
I would absolutely recommend this to those looking for clear and uncomplicated speech on the subject of spirituality from a variety of traditions. He does a beautiful job of blending and weaving his thoughts with spiritual traditions and practices to create a wonderfully pleasing and enlightening presentation.
This is an amazing audiobook of Ram Dass' lectures at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado back in the late 70s. It is a mix of Buddhist teaching, Hindu teachings and Christian teachings. Fantastic, but be warned, Ram Dass was a Harvard Professor with Timothy Leary and talks quite a bit about his experiences with psychedelics.
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Well done, Ram! Truth spoken eloquently, made a believer out of me...
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