Ram Dass Fierce Grace

Ram Dass Fierce Grace

Directed by Mickey Lemle

Harvard professors Richard Alpert and Timothy Leary made countercultural history in 1963 when they were fired for conducting controversial psychedelic drug research. In the purple haze aftermath, Alpert journeyed to India and found his guru, who renamed him Ram Dass (SERVANT OF GOD). Best known for his 1971 bestseller "Be Here Now," which was a spiritual touchstone of the era, Ram Dass became an inspiration to people everywehre.

Harvard professors Richard Alpert and Timothy Leary made countercultural history in 1963 when they were fired for conducting controversial psychedelic drug research.

Member Reviews

The process of being in the spiritual path, sometimes doubtful, other times grateful, it is quite a journey. We need to have the time to experience all of it, otherwise there is no way to make it sound true to us.

seeflicks24
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5 months ago

there were moments in this film that really spoke to me. It is staying on my list.

katost
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a year ago

Grace

Mancha M.
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2 years ago

Just what I needed to see. Thank you

andreatibbo
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2 years ago

Lovely. I'm not even a fan of Ram Dass or the Krishnas and I loved it. Deeply affecting, delicate and informative.

zipea
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3 years ago