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Magic TheatreThen you turn to the first page of the book, and you are suddenly sucked into the story of a Harvard psychiatrist who has reached the pinnacle of success, discovers the mind-expanding powers of acid, and ends up trooping through India with a 23-year-old holy man from Laguna Beach, California. In the story, you see all the trappings of your own life and begin to wonder if India might hold the answers after all. Before booking your ticket, turn to the last section of the Be Here Now, "Cookbook for a Sacred Life." Ram Dass saves you the trouble by proffering a sober introduction to the basics of Hindu religion. Although he still can't resist CAPITAL LETTERS, he has done his homework, presenting a whole range of concepts and practices having to do with yoga postures, meditation, renunciation, dying, and sexual energy. So, for the most part, Be Here Now stands the test of time, and if you can entertain the center section in a retro kind of a spirit, it might be just what you're looking for: "The opposite of craving is saying, baby, this is the way it is, yeah, OK, here and now, this is it. I ACCEPT THE HERE & NOW FULLY." --Brian Bruya
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Waited 20 years and it finally got to me. I play hide and seek with this book because it has its own spirit and consciousness. It will come to you when you are ready.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Of course the one who is aware of the I am love is within.
The way is here, now, conscious that to become who we are, we have to let go who we believe we are...
The book that opened my mind to much needed spirituality.
Do 'Be Here Now.'
I owned this in the 70s and still enjoy it's profundity! If you are acquainted with Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) you will find this not only uplifting, enlightening and spiritual but... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jenny A. Wright
A gift for my son. Circumspection the armor of the wise. WE MATURE ESTABLISHING TRAITS THAT CAUSE reduced awareness.Published 23 days ago by William Christopher