In this 1992 session, Ram Dass explores patriarchy and the Ramayana, dharmic roles, planes of consciousness, and being a good adversary.In this question and answer session from July 17th, 1992 in Rhinebeck, NY at the Omega Institute, Ram Dass answers questions surrounding the topics of patriarchy in religion, dharmic roles, relationships, the value of extended family, karma, planes of consciousness, self-love, mindfulness, personality, politics, and being a good adversary in social justice.Links from this episode: ‘Cultivating Wise Hope’ Virtual Retreat | Soul Land Music Series
Raghu Markus, teacher, host of the Mindrolling podcast, and director of the Love Serve Remember Foundation re-joins the DTFH!Check out the Love Serve Remember Foundation's Soul Land Music Series on Instagram Live, every Sunday @ 5pm! Click here for more info.You can learn more about Raghu on the Love Serve Remember Foundation website.This episode is brought to you by:
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Be Here Now Network presents a classic talk from 1986 that captures one of Ram Dass’ core teachings around identity and the different planes of consciousness.In this talk, Ram Dass offers a method for envisioning the different planes of consciousness as TV channels, guidance on understanding ineffable spiritual experiences, and shares a personal account of how these experiences allow us to see our differences while also seeing our oneness.