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Ram Dass answers questions about attachment, addiction and relationships. The root of suffering is the clinging of the mind to the things which separate one from all of it. When that separation happens, there is incredible pain and in some profound way all of our actions henceforth are an attempt to return back into the One… https://goo.gl/4rBk9R
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Love Serve Remember LP: https://goo.gl/Uqel5c

In 1973, in the midst of the Watergate hearings over President Richard Nixon’s tricky political maneuvers, Ram Dass, along with a small group of his fellow devotees created a legacy project to reflect Maharaj-ji’s basic teachings to us – to love everyone, serve our fellow humans and remember God. This collection was originally released as a box of LP’s and includes Ram Dass reading from the Ramayana and the Third Chinese Patriarch, taking questions on WBAI New York radio, kirtan, meditations, the Hanuman Chaleesa and more. This box set has been a rare collector’s item over the years and now we are pleased to be able to present it in it’s entirety as a digital release.

At the time of its inception, the Love Serve Remember LP was sold for $4.50, which included only the production costs and a small royalty to the artists. In keeping with that intention, we are offering this entire download, over five hours of Q&A, readings, meditations, music and kirtan for the same price.

“From conception to realization this project has been a joy to work on. That is the surest sign to me that it has the blessing of Maharaj-ji, my Guru. To all of the collaborators, I would offer my thanks. But I realize that for you, like me, the opportunity to participate is thanks enough.”
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I’d rather have my heartbreak again and again and again, moment by moment, because then I am alive in the situation. I’m getting fed and I’m feeding and we are together. So that I work with somebody who’s terminally ill, that’s an interesting moment, because the immensity of their suffering can make me pull back to protect myself from the pain of fully getting into what it must be like to be a young woman or a young man dying of AIDS.

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Intuition vs. Ego: https://goo.gl/FIpMNu

Ram Dass explains that the best method for learning to discriminate between intuitive versus egoic action is through basic trial and error. Part of our humanity involves making mistakes and the acknowledgement of this reality allows us to stay connected to one another
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"Everything I had been needing to hear about how all this works for years and years of thinking about this stuff. Suddenly clarity. But it wasn’t just the words. It was the presence of the voice. The idea that I could be happy. Suddenly everything made way more sense. So, I played Ram Dass lectures day after day on that rock and roll station and the response was incredible.  People had never heard anything like this before."

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Now in our culture giving up is seen as failure. Everybody says keep trying, keep trying. We surround people who are dying with a certain kind of falseness that comes out of our own fear. When my mother, my natural mother was dying I remember it was back in ‘66 and she was in a hospital in Boston. I would be sitting with her and in those days I was taking a lot of psychedelics so I would usually be on something sitting with her. I would watch people coming into the room, all the relatives and doctors and nurses saying you are looking better, you are doing well and then they would go out of the room and say she won’t live the week. And I thought... https://goo.gl/N3VsSO
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How can we cultivate surrender? How can we develop a relationship to the Guru? In this 20 minute video, Ram Dass describes his relationship to his Guru, Maharaji, as a life-long companionship. He answers several questions from an online audience relating to mindfulness and meditation.

Video: Ram Dass on Being Love: https://goo.gl/teW04E
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Writing about Baba, Swami Vijayananda, a disciple of Anandamayi Ma, called him “a yogi whose name radiates an aura of mystery and miracle.” We saw many of his miracles coming one after another; they continue even now. They are exciting, often entertaining, but sometimes disturbing. Once at Kainchi, after what had been for me a very painful experience, I had to tell him that I was not interested in his miracles; he was Baba, and that was enough for me. His acceptance came in the form of one of his ineffable smiles. So far as the mysteries are concerned, not only have I not been able to solve any of them, but they have become more mysterious day-by-day.

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Sri Trailanga Swami – The Walking Lord Shiva of Varanasi: https://goo.gl/JHAHm5

Trailinga Swami was an Indian Saint from Banares who was recognized as an Avadhuta, a great Saint, by Ramakrishna, Yogananda, and other Saints of his time.

He was a great Hindu yogi lived in the Varanasi. He was famous for his divine powers and regarded as a renowned stature of the Bengal. There are many stories behind him about his spiritual and yogic powers. He lived a long life around 300 years and resided in Varanasi approximately 150 years. It is believed that Trailanga Swami was incarnation of the Lord Shiva and referred as the “The walking Lord Shiva of Varanasi”.

He was born in Holia at Vizianagaram of the Andhra Pradesh state and he named as Trailanga Swami after his defrayal in the Benares. His parents (Narashingha Rao and Vidyavati Devi) were immense devotee of the Lord Shiva. According to his biographers and believers, his birth date and the accurate period of longevity always vary. According to some disciples, his birth date was 1529 but some says it was 1607. People called him generally by his premonastic name, the Shivarama.
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So actually there is that thing that many of us have felt. The fear of loving too much. The fear and the pain of loving when you know there will be loss.  And when there is loss, there is of course deep grief. And the way we deal with grief has a lot to do with whether or not the grief heals and strengthens us or ends up depriving and starving us. And we have learned a lot of things about grief over the years. We have learned that that strong ‘grin and bear it’ ‘stiff upper lip’ response to grief, which involves denial, is not an optimum strategy for dealing with the mourning period. And my own reaction to people that are grieving is to really give them a lot of support in grieving. And letting the process run its course. And that means just not the grief of the loss of a person, but the grief of the loss of any dream in life. Of any thing that you have invested in where it is lost. There is a reaction to a loss that is a grieving process. And if you don’t deal with the grieving in a way that is true to your being – it’s just as untrue to grieve when you’re not feeling it as to not grieve when you’re feeling it. 

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The wisdom of Ram Dass, accompanied by vibrant and colorful illustrations by Sue Zipkin, provides a feast for the eyes as well as the soul. An inner journey that unfolds each month, this gorgeous calendar affirms the higher power in each of us and emphasizes that "all that you seek is already within you."

Be Here Now 2016 Wall Calendar: https://goo.gl/HA7BFy
The wisdom of Ram Dass, accompanied by vibrant and colorful illustrations by Sue Zipkin, provides a feast for the eyes as well as the soul. An inner journey that unfolds each month, this gorgeous calendar affirms the higher power in each of us and emphasizes that all that you seek is already within you. A year of mindful guidance from Ram Dass on your wall. Artbook-quality printing. The perfect gift for for admirers of Ram Dass and those who see...
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Ram Dass, spiritual leader and author of "Be Here Now" and other highly acclaimed works, continues to reach out and share his teaching throughout the world via the Love Serve Remember Foundation.

Since 1968, Ram Dass has pursued a panoramic array of spiritual methods and practices from potent ancient wisdom traditions, including bhakti or devotional yoga focused on the Hindu deity Hanuman; Buddhist meditation in the Theravadin, Mahayana Tibetan and Zen Buddhist schools, and Sufi and Jewish mystical studies.

 Perhaps most significantly, his practice of karma yoga or spiritual service has opened up millions of other souls to their deep, yet individuated spiritual practice and path. Ram Dass continues to uphold the boddhisatva ideal for others through his compassionate sharing of true knowledge and vision. His unique skill in getting people to cut through and feel divine love without dogma is still a positive influence on many, many people from all over the planet.
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