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Ram Dass is known for his work with Timiothy Learly at Harvard during the 1960's, He travels to India in 1967 and encounters his spiritual teacher, Neem Karoli Baba. Alpert receives the name Ram Dass, or "servant of God". Returns to the United States to pursue his sadhana, or "spiritual journey".

Here is an exert out of the a book he wrote"Polishing the mirror: How to live from your spiritual heart"

Feel the light pour through your being.Let yourself grow still larger. Feel your vastness increase until you are sitting in the middle of this galaxy, the earth deep with in your belly. All humankind is within you. Feel the turmoil and the longing.

Feel the beauty. Sit in this universe, silent, peaceful,compassionate, loving. All of the creations of human beings’ minds are within you; look upon them with compassion.Continue to grow until not only this galaxy but every galaxy is within you, until everything you can conceive of is within you. All of it is inside you. You are the only One. Feel your alone ness, your  silence, your peace. There are no other beings here; all planes of consciousness are within you, and all beings are within you.

You are the Ancient One. Everything that ever was, is, or will be is part of the dance of your being. You are the universe, so you have infinite wisdom; you feel all of the feelings of the universe,so you have infinite compassion. Let the boundaries of your being dissolve, and merge yourself into that which is beyond form. Sit for a moment in the formless, beyond compassion, beyond love,beyond God. Let it all be in its perfection.Very gently, very slowly, let the boundaries of your vast being,the One, reestablish themselves. Vast, silent, all is within


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18 hours ago, Brain on fire said:

How is this relevant to cluster headaches?

Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) both at Harvard studied the use of Psychedelic medicine back in the 70's

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