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Spirituality

Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

Off The Road

As warm weather oozes into the psyche the deep seated urge for asceticism makes its play for the body’s lifestyle by creating a desire of which I will offer a description.

By Jace Hobbs April 1974
Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

God: Then And Now

Quite frankly, I never really gave a second thought to any of this “spiritual” stuff until I was studying for my writtens and read some of the philosophy of quantum physics — it was very high and caused my third eye to open up for the first time. Was science really all that different from religion?

By Hal Richman April 1974
Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

Getting There

The path of enlightenment has no direct relationship with lifestyle. To mistake enlightenment for a particular lifestyle would be like mistaking the filament in a light bulb, rather than the electricity, as the source of the light. Theoretically, an enlightened person could just as easily own a Lear Jet and be a member of the Playboy Club as be a hermit in the woods eating fruit and berries.

By Gordon Eatman April 1974
Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

More Baba Ram Dass

You start with the energy to be somebody, then use it to become nobody.

By Anonymous January 1974
Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

Baba Ram Dass

There Is No Energy Crisis!

In a recent interview, Ram Dass, who moves and speaks with an economy of energy suited to the times, suggests that the energy crisis is, “like all trauma, an exquisitely designed opportunity to reawaken man.”

By Anonymous January 1974