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Offered at a summer retreat over several days in August and September of 1969 on a farm in New Hampshire, this discussion led by Ram Dass delves deeply into topics that are now generally accepted in many forms of spiritual practice but were life- and mind-changing at the time and continue to be profound teachings for all of us. 

Ram Dass covers a wide variety of topics - including how to feed the inner world, vulnerability and humility, choice as an illusion, Kundalini energy, the chakras, concepts in Buddhism and Christianity, deep acceptance, fear of the unknown, surrender, helping others - and presents them using metaphor and real life examples, helping make even the most profound concepts accessible.

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  • 02-07-22

Some of the most rich and pure teachings

I have absorbed everything Ram Dass related over the last several years, and it took me until now to find From Bindu to Ojas. It is already one of my favorite pieces by him. He dives deep into levels of consciousness, chakras, mantras, his spiritual perspective on politics and social action, etc. The energy and impact are very similar to the original be here now talks and the methods to consciousness talks. I personally prefer Ram Dass’ earlier talks from the late 60s and early 70s, and this encapsulates that era perfectly. As many know, words fail to describe these sort of teachings and ideas, but I have had spiritual experiences listening to this, and it’s been a saving grace for the trauma I’ve been through recently. Namaste