Be Love Now: The Path of the Heart
RRP: £12.99 - Trade Paperback
Publication date: 03/02/2011
As one of the most respected spiritual explorers of recent times, Ram Dass sparked a revolution with the publication of his 2-million-copy classic, Be Here Now.
Since then, he has been a beacon for spiritual seekers worldwide, challenging us to find new sources of meaning and purpose in our lives.Be Love Now
is a remarkable blend of autobiography and timeless spiritual insights. From his beginnings as a Harvard psychologist and psychedelic adventurer to his profound encounters with his Indian guru, Neem Karoli Baba, and moving beyond the reawakening brought on by his near-fatal illness, Ram Dass strikes a practical, humorous, soul-stirring chord in today's egotistical and lonely world. While offering us his rich life experiences, he also holds out a timeless, wonderfully universal adventure that will open our hearts and minds.
What the critics sayOffering a deeply personal yet universal exploration of what he has learned on his four-decade pilgrimage across cultures and religious traditions, Ram Dass shares powerful lessons on love...- Spiritual Media BlogHis deeply personal and profound process of inner transformation--through his guru's 'fierce grace' and a life of love and service--is told with characteristic candor and humor. Rich with teaching stories, Be Love Now is an invitation to open our hearts.- Yoga InternationalIf the West even approaches enlightenment in the 21st Century, there's no way to overestimate the role of Ram Dass in making it happen. He planted seeds that turned into a million trees; if and when they blossom, they will exude the fragrance of his teaching forever.- Marianne Williamson, author of The Age of MiraclesThe celebrated teacher guides us through pitfalls and perils of our own spiritual journey.- The Edge`Be Love Now,' like `Be Here Now,' is equal parts memoir and manual of meditation. It's hard to believe the two books are separated by more than 30 years. The writing in `Be Love Now' is as fresh and charged with insight as the earlier one.- Los Angeles Times
No reviews yet. Be the first!
Write A Review