Listening in With ...
As a guru entering the scene during the
tumultuous 1960s, Ram Dass introduced
Eastern spirituality and philosophy to Western
minds hungry for (or at least curious about)
enlightenment. The author of Be Here Now
(Lama Foundation, 1971), he taught millions to
meditate and devoted his life to sacred service.
And then one day in his mid-60s, everything
changed. He suffered a debilitating stroke that
left him partially paralyzed and made speaking
difficult. While initially struggling to accept
these new physical limitations, he soon learned
that he could still access immense inner joy.
Here, he talks with Unity Magazine editor
Katy Koontz about aging, living, dying, and
who we really, really are.
CONSCIOUS AG I N G