Tibet House US Conversations : Krishna Das – Ep. 234

Professor Thurman is joined by dear friend Krishna Das in this special episode of the Bob Thurman Podcast to discuss the life and work of Ram Das, the history of mindfulness in the West and for a dialog about remaining cheerful in these troubled times.

Podcast includes a short biography of Neem Karoli Baba and his impact upon Western seekers, a discussion of the non-dual nature of love, the power of spiritual models and friends and personal stories from their time studying with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Tibet House US Conversations : Krishna Das – Episode 234 of the Bob Thurman Podcast photo via www.krishandas.com

Tibet House US Conversations : Krishna Das – Episode 234 of the Bob Thurman Podcast photo via www.krishandas.com

Tibet House US Conversations : Nina Rao – Episode 230 of the Bob Thurman Podcast was recorded at the Annual Tibet House US gathering held at Menla Retreat and Dewa Spa in Phoenicia, New York

To learn more about the work and music of Krishna Das, please visit www.krishandas.com

This podcast is apart of the Tibet House US Conversations series of dialogues between Bob Thurman & the leading hearts, minds & personalities bringing the ancient wisdom of Buddhism and Tibet into the modern mindful and compassionate revolution.

The Tibet House US (THUS) Conversations are produced through the generous support of it’s membership community and are a part of the digital member archive made available as a part of becoming a monthly supporter.

To listen to more archive recordings from from past Robert A.F. Thurman teachings and public events please consider becoming a Tibet House US member. To learn about the benefits of Tibet House US Membership please visit: www.tibethouse.us.

For more Dharma teachings and application of Buddha Dharma principles to current events, check out podcasts on www.bobthurman.com.

The song ‘Dancing Ling’ by Tenzin Choegyal from the album ‘Heart Sutra‘ (2004) by Ethno Super Lounge is used on the Bob Thurman Podcast with artist’s permission, all rights reserved.

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