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Going from the extreme of the tenured academic track to crazy substance experimentation and deep spiritual meditation...I'm gonna have to read Ram Dass' "Remember, Be Here Now" at least a couple of times, I think.

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Be Here Now (or Remember, Be Here Now) is a seminal 1971 book on spirituality, yoga and meditation by the Western born yogi and spiritual teacher Ram Dass. The title comes from a statement his guide, Bhagavan Das, made during Ram Dass's journeys in India. The cover features a Mandala incorporating the title, a chair, radial lines, and the word "remember".

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"BE HERE NOW", (1971), by Ram Dass. " 'Be Here Now', became the counter-culture bible for thousands of young people seeking enlightenment in the midst of the darkness of Vietnam. It was a pioneering bridge, written in colloquial language, from the psychedelic 60s to eastern spirituality... "

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A Lama Foundation Book. Describes one man's transformation upon his acceptance of the principles of Yoga and gives a modern restatement of the importance of the spiritual side of man's nature.

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The Music And Books That Inspired Steve Jobs

Now, to the books. 'Be Here Now' by Ram Dass was about psychedelic drugs and meditation. "It was profound," Jobs said. "It transformed me and many of my friends."

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Be Here Now - Book

Softcover 416 Pages Author: Ram Dass A Lama Foundation Book. Describes one man's transformation upon his acceptance of the principles of Yoga and gives a modern restatement of the importance of the sp

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Be Here Now: Meditation For The Body And Brain

Be Here Now: Meditation For The Body And Brain: In his book Mindfulness: An Eight-Week Plan for Finding Peace in a Frantic World, Oxford University clinical psychologist Mark Williams talks about the brain and body benefits of mindfulness meditation, a cognitive behavioral therapy that can be as effective as drugs at staving off recurring bouts of depression.

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