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|Notes:||Originally published by the Lama Foundation.
Ram Dass, formerly Richard Alpert, was a professor dismissed from Harvard in 1963, along with colleague Timothy Leary, because of his experiments with mind-altering drugs such as LSD. In 1967 he traveled to India, found his guru (Neem Karoli Baba), then returned to North America to share his experience of enlightenment. In 1974, Ram Dass created the Hanuman Foundation, which developed the Prison Ashram Project, designed to help prison inmates grow spiritually during their incarceration, and the Dying Project, conceived as a spiritual support structure for conscious dying. He is a co-founder and advisory board member of the Seva Foundation, an international service organization, and he also works with the Social Venture Network, an organization of businesses seeking to bring social consciousness to business practices.
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Be here now
|Responsibility:||[By Richard Alpert.|