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Walking Each Other Home

Conversations on Loving and Dying
Narrated by: Ram Dass, Mirabai Bush
Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (85 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

We all sit on the edge of a mystery. We have only known this life, so dying scares us - and we are all dying. But what if dying were perfectly safe? What if you could approach dying with curiosity and love? What if dying were the ultimate spiritual practice?

Walking Each Other Home: Conversations on Loving and Dying reunites lifelong friends Ram Dass and Mirabai Bush, who speak on the spiritual opportunities in the dying process. They share intimate personal experiences and timeless practices for every aspect of this journey. In this unabridged audiobook, join these teachers as they explore what it means to live and die consciously, remember who we really are, and illuminate the path we walk together.

Narrated by Mirabai Bush, with a preface read by Ram Dass.

Archival recording of Ram Dass © Love Serve Remember Foundation.

Archival recording of John O’Donohue from To Bless the Space Between Us (AW01197D) 

©2018 Ram Dass and Mirabai Bush (P)2018 Sounds True

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Wow - the love comes through

This audiobook is full of truth and wisdom. I was enjoying the hardcopy book so much, but I wanted to hear Ram Dass and Mirabia's voices, so I got the audio book too. I listened a little last night, and I heard some wisdom in a different way from what I gleaned from the written word. I think I'll do what I did as a kid -- lay down on the floor with pillows and blankets, turn on the audio book, and follow along with the words. I can't wait.

I've had the great honor of sitting with Ram Dass at his house myself, and I've had the privilege of receiving teachings from Mirabia on several retreats, and this book captures the essence of these beings, and their love and wisdom shines through. Listening to it, I am there in Maui again, swimming in the ocean of the love with them. What a gift.

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Absolutely beautiful

It’s such a pleasure to hear Mirabai’s voice and stories. I recommend this to anyone and everyone.

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gentle wisdom

love everything by RD and MB. . very comforting, great wisdom. old friends, thanks so

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Inspirational book from inspirational authors

feels as if you are present in the room of two wise people discussing the importance of death

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Powerful

Powerful perspectives on death, preparing to die, consciously dying, helping someone die and grieving. Recommend highly.

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Must Read.

This is deep and can be a very heavy. But if you have the courage to go there ... you will find this remarkably freeing!

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Profound

This book is profound in its humanity and simplicity. A dialog we all should have with the ease and grace of our elders and guides. Humor and devotion. Love.

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Wow, I'm definitely an outlier here. I could not handle this book. I'm not sure if it was the narrator, or the hodgepodge format of the story telling. I have listened to many books one death/dying and have enjoyed them all, but this one was a huge disappointment. Walking Each Other Home left me irritated and waiting for something of substance to happen.

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