Be Love Now is the third book in a trilogy that began with Be Here Now and was followed by Still Here, Ram Dass's acclaimed work on aging, changing, and dying. In Be Love Now, Ram Dass shares what he has learned in his remarkable four-decade-long spiritual journey. Through timeless teaching stories, compelling and often humorous personal anecdotes, and soul-stirring insights, Ram Dass tracks the stages of his own awakening in his trademark down-to-earth style.
Starting with his days as Harvard psychologist and psychedelic inventurer, continuing through his profound encounters with his guru, Neem Karoli Baba, and moving beyond the reawakening brought on by his near-fatal stroke, Ram Dass shares his life experiences while offering a timeless teaching on love and the path of the heart.
Guiding us through the pitfalls and perils of our own spiritual path, Be Love Now is both a deeply personal and wonderfully universal exploration that will open hearts and minds. Ram Dass once again blazes a new trail, inviting all to join him on this next stage of the journey.
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By martin keech on 29-01-18
Ram Dass is an incredibly beautiful person, his words touch me deeply. I recommend all of his books to anyone looking for peace and meaning in their lives. I am 3 generations younger than him but his knowledge is as current now as it ever was!
By Dresser upper on 11-05-17
Ignore the mispronounciations, it's worth it
It's true that the narrator can't pronounce many of the most used words in the book. But I decided to make it a mindfulness practice to not be annoyed when it happened. By the end I was so glad I did. This book is an absolute gem, a wonderful offering from Ram Dass later in life when he's made sense of so much more and has so much more to offer.
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By Evelyn on 01-05-12
Another great one from Ram Dass but for the reader
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Listening to this book was a pain. The narrator, who constantly struggled with the word Maharaji, was terrible I couldn't get past Chapter 2, had to turn to another book. Can somebody please reread and reissue this book? The narrator did not do justice to the message. The substance was lost in the reading and any article by the master, Ram Dass, is excellent and enlightening. Ram Dass is the ultimate teacher and I revere him with all my heart but the reader was just terrible. As the other reader suggested, maybe just get the book...
Would you be willing to try another one of Dan Woren’s performances?
Not on your life.
Any additional comments?
Please reread and reissue this book!
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By alan on 09-05-11
Ram Dass great/ narrater close to terrible
having followed ram dass for almost half a century, this book is a must. however i would rather have found the book as the narrator is bad~~he mangles many of the indian terms, city names as well as people's names~~~~. In addition it felt to me that he was just reading and did not himself understand what he was reading. Oh well....If the book is close by i would recommend you buy it instead.
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