Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: Ram Dass.

Via on Nov 12, 2012

One Take: In the Moment, with Ram Dass.

Bonus: Ram Dass and his Love Serve Remember Foundation are premiering a brand new film, “Cultivating Loving Awareness.”

Along with the film will be a live video chat with Ram Dass and Krishna Das on November 13 at 7:30 pm EST.

“Cultivating Loving Awareness” explores the confluence of consciousness and love and the path to the true self- featuring four insightful and heart centered teachers: Ram Dass, Krishna Das, Sharon Salzberg and Mirabai Bush.

The event is free and all donations go towards supporting the foundation’s efforts to continue Ram Dass and friends teachings through films like Cultivating Loving Awareness.

 Join Us on November 13th at 7:30PM EST for the live film premiere and video chat.

Cultivating Loving Awareness—The path to Consciousness and Love with Ram Dass, Krishna Das, Sharon Salzberg and Mirabai Bush
November 13 7:30 EST Screening and Video Chat with Ram Dass and Krishna Das

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10 Responses to “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: Ram Dass.”

  1. Capri says:

    That was an awesome/unique interview!!! <3 My favorite part was the superhero Q and the long pause after. Always found that to be a strangely tough question myself…then he totally slam dunked it in his answer! Very sweet. Super classic yum.

  2. Tonya Dunn says:

    Wonderful interview, Ram Dass is a master. Just a comment for the interviewer: Your opening remark about him being thirty-nine was phenomenonally stupid, condescending and insulting.

    • elephantjournal says:

      Say what you really mean!

      Loving humor (not laughing at someone) is a mark of spiritual health—and Ram Dass exemplifies that. Part of my role is to make sure that he knows he can be himself, and that this interview is more about talking human to human, instead of just another press interview. Thanks for your feedback.

  3. sallyearthsky says:

    wot a beautyfull conversation …
    both of you so clear, transparent, centred, authentic, vulnerable, radiant, gracefull …
    sweet … :~))) …
    this has been a lovely Way to start my day …
    thank yous ………

  4. Isabel says:

    Beautiful, Waylon! Thank you for sharing this!

  5. Heather Morton HeatherM says:

    WOW! Look at that GREAT smile. Such an awesome guy…and one of the few really authentic spiritual teachers today.
    Truly thank you. He worked really, really hard to be able to speak like this, which is the grace of God for sure.

  6. [...] one of the American pioneers credited for bringing Eastern spirituality to the West, Ram Dass had more than four decades of spiritual training to help guide him when he suffered a massive [...]

    • Jerry says:

      Well this is tough for me me as far as living airstts are concerned but, here goes:Loretta Lynn- My name says it allMerle- Love the songsGeorge Jones- The chance to let him know how much my Dad loved himBobbie Bare- Drop kick me JesusDonna Fargo- Her quality touches my heartJeanne Pruitt-Satin SheetsCharlie Pride-My dad and I always sang his songsCharlie Daniels-Love his attitudeDeceased:Conway-He will always have my heart. This time I would have the nerve to talk to himPatsy Cline- Just to hear her liveHank Williams-The first song I ever memorized I’m so lonesome I could cryWaylon-I love the outlawTammy Wynette-Her personality.Jim Reeves-The nature of his songsLefty-Marty Hank and LeftyMarty Robbins-So rich and pure.When it comes down to it I love all of these performers and could not imagine anything better than having them all together on one stage.

  7. [...] this tour—and that I saw taking place in the hearts of many who attended—reminded me of Ram Dass’s words: “Healing does not mean going back to the way things were before, but rather allowing [...]

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