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Escapades in Mind-Expansion and Cultural Misadventures. Mindrolling Podcast is about coming unstuck and the recent history of awoken awareness. It’s about the intersection of culture, consciousness and realization with Raghu Markus.

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Escapades in Mind-Expansion and Cultural Misadventures. Mindrolling Podcast is about coming unstuck and the recent history of awoken awareness. It’s about the intersection of culture, consciousness and realization with Raghu Markus.

iTunes Ratings

299 Ratings
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Love this guy

By Sean--Cain - Jan 10 2020
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Great podcast, helpful advice and great guests. And Raghu is a real mensch.

These guys are the greatest

By Tony‰ - Oct 15 2018
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Funny insightful and you can tell they’re having fun doing it

iTunes Ratings

299 Ratings
Average Ratings
265
16
6
4
8

Love this guy

By Sean--Cain - Jan 10 2020
Read more
Great podcast, helpful advice and great guests. And Raghu is a real mensch.

These guys are the greatest

By Tony‰ - Oct 15 2018
Read more
Funny insightful and you can tell they’re having fun doing it
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Mindrolling with Raghu Markus

Latest release on Oct 21, 2020

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Escapades in Mind-Expansion and Cultural Misadventures. Mindrolling Podcast is about coming unstuck and the recent history of awoken awareness. It’s about the intersection of culture, consciousness and realization with Raghu Markus.

Rank #1: Ep. 34 - Meditation's Mores and Glories

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An R & D on the uses and abuses of meditation...Doing yoga just to look cool...Finally cutting through the thoughts and finding your heart through proper practice.

Aug 06 2013

57mins

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Rank #2: Ep. 107 - Duncan Trussell's Brain Eviction

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Duncan & The Mindrollers evict pollution-people from the brain, searching for authentic cadences and benign radiations. Plus Duncan rants rationally about self-reliance and the illusions of governance. David recalls almost becoming a right-wing speechwriter and Raghu delights in meeting not one, but two Karmapas, #’s 16 & 17, who seemed to be the same soul. The intense reality of intimate connections, within the oneness of being, begin and end the podcast.

Apr 29 2015

1hr 8mins

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Rank #3: Ep. 87 - Ram Dass On The Near Death Experience

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Ram Dass talks with the Mindrollers about NDE, the safety of death, light beings, the Soul Pod, the Tibetan Book of the Dead…and G-d’s extensive wardrobe. He ends with describing his joy at witnessing the awakenings of so many people he has influenced.
Episode Outline:
• Ram Dass’ Impression of the NDE - We are ushered into the perspective of the Soul, and encounter other ‘light beings’ that seek to understand our connection to our previous incarnation. These beings are our ‘Soul Land Companions’
• From Ego to Soul - When we operate at the Soul level, our perception shifts into a heightened state of compassionate awareness
• The Soul comes directly from God - The Atman (the One) is in everything. We move from Ego, to Soul, to the One - from that place of awareness, we are all indistinguishable • The Soulpod Satsang
• The Unifying Bond of the ‘Soul Complex’ (The Undying Soul)
• Drop, Become, Merge - Moving out of the perceptual mind and into the ocean of Love • ‘Death is Safe’ - Approaching death, without being overcome by fear
• Parallels Between Psychedelics, NDE, and The Tibetan Book of the Dead
• Cultural/Religious Imprinting (God’s Extensive Wardrobe) - There are many forms, but the message is consistent
• Approaching the Transition - Ram Dass describes his experience and preparation in moving closer to death. Everything he can say and do is under the control of Maharaji. He witnesses all that comes to him with joy, rather than attachment
• Unending Awakening - Ram Dass continues to awaken through everything and everyone that he encounters. We can always trust in the eternal presence of Love, in whatever form it comes
• Dropping the Body - In death, the Soul drops the body, and moves on, in an intimate relationship with God, with the One

Nov 19 2014

1hr 3mins

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Rank #4: Ep. 200 – Reactions to Reality with Duncan Trussell and David Silver

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David Silver and Duncan Trussell return for a very special 200th episode of the Mindrolling podcast!

Jul 18 2017

1hr 11mins

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Rank #5: Ep. 206 - Near Death Experiences with Dr. Jeffrey Long

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Dr. Jeffrey Long visits the Mindrolling podcast to talk about his fascinating research around near death experiences.

Aug 31 2017

54mins

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Rank #6: Ep. 252 – Carl Jung with David Silver

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David Silver returns to the Mindrolling Podcast for a conversation about Carl Jung, the influence of Eastern philosophy in Jung's work and his private study of the Self that lies beyond ego.


Find show notes, images from The Red Book and suggested links: https://beherenownetwork.com/mindrolling-ep-252-carl-jung/ 

Aug 10 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #7: Ep. 269 – The Movie Of Me with Ram Dass, Trudy Goodman, Jack Kornfield, and Duncan Trussell

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In this special episode of the Mindrolling Podcast, Raghu is joined live on stage by Ram Dass, Trudy Goodman, Jack Kornfield, and Duncan Trussell to explore practices for waking up from the movie of “me”.

Dec 12 2018

1hr

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Rank #8: Ep. 188 - Rediscovering Mercy with Anne Lamott

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Anne Lamott visits Mindrolling to talk about her new book, “Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy.”

These days, the need for rediscovering mercy is more important than ever. Anne Lamott shares a fresh way to look at mercy and the importance of showing it to ourselves as much as we do others.

Apr 07 2017

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Rank #9: Ep. 289 – Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche

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In this special episode of the Mindrolling Podcast, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, Tibetan teacher and master of the Karma Kagyu and Nyingma lineages of Tibetan Buddhism, shares a conversation with Raghu Markus and Krishna Das about navigating the path of spiritual practice.

Born in 1975, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche is a much-loved and accomplished Tibetan Buddhist meditation teacher. From a young age, he was drawn to a life of contemplation. In addition to extensive training in the meditative and philosophical traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, Rinpoche has maintained a lifelong interest in Western science and psychology. Rinpoche currently teaches throughout the world, with centers on four continents. His candid, often humorous accounts of his own personal difficulties have endeared him to Buddhist and non-Buddhist students alike. Learn more about Rinpoche and find his world wide teaching schedule at tergar.org.

May 07 2019

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Rank #10: Ep. 295 – An Honest Journey with Anne Lamott, Duncan Trussell and Pete Holmes

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Live from the 13th Annual “Open Your Heart in Paradise” Retreat, Raghu Markus is joined on stage by Anne Lamott, Duncan Trussell and Pete Holmes for a conversation around practices and perspectives that we can use to pursue our journey of awakening with an honest heart.

Jun 20 2019

1hr 32mins

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Rank #11: Ep. 256 - Falling into Grace with Adyashanti

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Adyashanti shares a discussion with Raghu about facing challenges along the spiritual path and finding a balance between effort and grace.

Find show notes and book recommendations here: https://beherenownetwork.com/mindrolling-ep-256-adyashanti/

Sep 08 2018

1hr 2mins

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Rank #12: Ep. 12 - Enigmatic Teachers

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What is a guru? What is a teacher?  Raghu and David offer gentle though and definitions of an “accomplished being” a “siddha” and of a teacher, some of whom are great and some actually harmful...they speak about the saga of Joya Santanya, her Shakti, and her ego...

Feb 05 2013

44mins

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Rank #13: Ep. 157 - Trevor Hall and Mother Kali

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Raghu and his Guru pal Duncan Trussell, get together for an illuminating conversation with Trevor Hall at the most recent Ram Dass retreat on Maui. Trevor shares his amazing transformation through discovering the guru, Neem Karoli Baba, by meeting Raghu’s younger brother at the age of 17, and eventually winding up living in a Kali temple in Laguna Beach, CA. Duncan’s infectious curiosity anchors this podcast as Trevor describes the many layers of symbolism found in the image of the fierce goddess Kali. Most people don’t see the significance behind the many layers of this Goddess, usually getting distracted by the gore depicted and not seeing the undertones of motherly unconditional love represented. Trevor draws from his years living at the Kali temple to explain the iconography and the unconditional love behind the Divine Mother Goddess Kali. Duncan’s questions serve as a guide as Trevor elaborates on all facets of the portrayals of Kali: from the reason Kali is seen biting her tongue, to the implications of her holding the sword of discernment in one hand, and a severed head in the other. In the case of Kali’s bloody garland of 50 skulls, Trevor helps to break down the symbolism: “the 50 heads represent the 50 letters of the sanskrit alphabet, which includes all sound. All sounds come from the mother, everything we hear: good, bad, the sound of the ocean, this language, everything is filled with the mother’s presence. So what happens if we have that mindset, everything I hear is just ma, ma, ma…” Or as Duncan summarizes it: “So everything I hear is a severed head on the neck of Kali.” Raghu recounts his experiences with different embodiments of the Divine Mother: with reading the “Gospel of Ramakrishna”; a meeting with Sri Aurobindo’s spiritual partner, “Mother” in Pondicherry; and his interactions with his Indian mother, the saint, Siddhi Ma. Together, they continue to explore their own personal experiences with Divine Mother, their mothers, and the spectrum of both positive and negative attachments Western culture has with the word “Mother.” To wrap up, Trevor chants a prayer to the Divine Mother, or Ma.

Jul 13 2016

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Rank #14: Ep. 124 - Making Friends with The Present w/Sylvia Boorstein

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Uber useful conversation with wisdom writer Sylvia Boorstein: her clear and helpful grasp of present-ness… her words on true mindfulness cut with goodwill…her thoughts on thoughts, seeing them as always potentially co-operative and not so bad after all.  Making friends with the present is just that, even if it startles you, “relax, take a rest, calm down” – R & D listen, interrupt, and have a fine time with Sylvia…

Aug 27 2015

1hr 5mins

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Rank #15: Ep. 112 - Pete Holmes: Conscious Comedy, Witty Wisdom

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Mindful comedian Pete Holmes is our effervescent guest and he talks about...everything, including diametrically opposing views on G-d from two of his podcast guests, Deepak Chopra and Oasis’s Noel Gallagher. His rap about the dangers of Google is funny and profound, his love for Ram Dass and Joseph Campbell tells us where his head is at, and his statement “Leave the transcendent where it belongs – the transcendent” left us laughing and thoughtful…

Jun 04 2015

56mins

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Rank #16: Ep. 65 - Joseph Goldstein’s Mindfulness…

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Joseph Goldstein, Insight Meditation Society sage, with us in conversation about his new book “Mindfulness: A Practical Guide To Awakening” – washing the mind of neurosis; combating I, Me, Mine; what you’re looking for is what is looking…

Apr 29 2014

54mins

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Rank #17: Ep. 297 – Liminality and “The Turn” with Duncan Trussell

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Duncan Trussell returns to the Mindrolling Podcast for a conversation with Raghu about navigating unknown spaces in our lives and the option that always exists to turn away from our destructive patterns.

Jul 06 2019

1hr 13mins

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Rank #18: Ep. 312 – Essential Practices Pt. 1

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Raghu shares a collection of essential practices, specially curated from conversations with some of his most beloved teachers, to help us navigate our daily lives and create a sense of balance in a chaotic world.

Oct 19 2019

55mins

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Rank #19: Ep. 04 - A Chat with Duncan Trussell

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Raghu and David chat with Duncan Trussell, Los Angeles based conscious stand up comedian and podcaster about humor, awareness and the parallels between the late sixties and the Millennial generation, comparing boomer and echo-boomer predicaments and solutions.

Nov 27 2012

51mins

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Rank #20: Ep. 321 – Rewriting Our Scripts with Duncan Trussell and Dr. Robert Svoboda

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Duncan Trussell and Dr. Robert Svoboda join Raghu for a conversation about karma and rewriting our false narratives.

This podcast was recorded live on stage at the 2019 Open Your Heart in Paradise Retreat in Maui. Sign up for the Ram Dass mailing list to get information about upcoming retreats, exclusive free teachings and announcements at RamDass.org

Dec 20 2019

1hr 9mins

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Ep. 363 – Ram Dass’ Cannonball into the Abyss with Pete Holmes

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Comedian, actor, and writer, Pete Holmes, rejoins Raghu to reflect on his experiences with Ram Dass, sharing rare and hilarious stories exemplifying his deeply personal, spiritual transformation.

This special episode of Mindrolling is part of a series of conversations for an upcoming book project on individual’s remarkable experiences with Ram Dass. Recorded just months after his Dec 22, 2019 passing on Maui, Raghu invites Pete to share about his personal spiritual journey with Baba Ram Dass. Diving into the cascading catalysts which led him to read Be Here Now, his travels alongside Duncan Trussell to the Love Serve Remember retreats, and his deeply loving and humorous relationship with Ram Dass on Maui, Pete elucidates the unique lilas (divine plays), in his life, which brought him to Ram Dass, Hanuman, and Maharajji.

Oct 21 2020

1hr 19mins

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Ep. 362 – Creativity & Death with Ramin Nazer

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Multidimensional artist, podcaster, and comedian, Ramin Nazer, joins Raghu to discuss his high-podcast diet, talk Frank Zappa’s idea of expanding through contrasting material, and dive into the topics of art, eternity, practice, creativity, & death.

Ramin Nazer is a multitalented artist, podcaster, comedian, game-creator and musician based out of LA. He is best known for his consistent stream of unique, psychedelic-spiritual, bite-sized art for the social media age, as well as his eclectic podcast, The Rainbow Brainskull Hour, where he chats with guests about subjects like creativity, spirituality, psychedelics, music, meditation, and death. You can tap into Ramin’s steady flow of art on his Instagram, and peer into his myriad offerings at RaminNazer.com

Oct 13 2020

1hr 4mins

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Ep. 361 – Educating the Heart with Dr. Robert Roeser

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Dr. Robert Roeser joins Raghu to explore how Buddhism and mindfulness practices merge with modern neuroscience and developmental psychology.

As Penn State’s first-ever Professor of Caring and Compassion, Robert W. Roeser, PhD is tasked with designing classes that meld the ancient practices of mindfulness and meditation with modern neuroscience to help students become calmer, more focused, and more deeply engaged caring citizens of the world. With a Ph.D. from the Combined Program in Education and Psychology at the University of Michigan and masters degrees in religion and psychology, developmental psychology and clinical social work, Dr. Roeser has been a two-time US Fulbright Scholar in India; a WT Grant Faculty Scholar; and the Senior Program Coordinator for the Mind and Life Institute (Boulder, CO).

Oct 06 2020

59mins

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Ep. 360 – Bringing Down the Walls of Hatred with Daryl Davis

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Race relations expert Daryl Davis joins Mindrolling to share the incredible story of his work engaging with Ku Klux Klan members and bringing down their walls of ignorance and fear.

Daryl Davis is a musician, band leader, actor, author, and race relations expert. He is well known for his work with engaging Ku Klux Klan members, many of whom wind up leaving and denouncing the KKK. Learn more about Daryl and all of his work at daryldavis.com

Sep 30 2020

59mins

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Ep. 359 – Music, Mantra, & Intuition with SIMRIT

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Acclaimed musician SIMRIT joins Raghu to talk growing up adopted, her influences in music and yoga, the practicality of mantra, and trusting your intuition.

Chart-topping and world-renowned musician and vocalist, SIMRIT, has been studying and working with the science of sound and consciousness for two decades. SIMRIT creates vibrationally powerful and healing music to impact both positive internal & external change. Decades of study and experimentation with the quantum technology of Naad Yoga (the ancient science of using sound to impact the brain’s neural pathways and chemicals, eliciting altered states of reality) deeply influences her music. Her highly acclaimed courses, including The Supreme Sound 2.0, are studied worldwide. For more information head over to SimritKaurMusic.com

Sep 23 2020

1hr 4mins

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Ep. 358 – Dr. Sabrina N’Diaye on Grief, Gratitude and the Power of Listening

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Dr. Sabrina N’Diaye joins Mindrolling for a conversation around grief and gratitude, working with trauma, and the extraordinary healing power of listening.

Dr. Sabrina N’Diaye is an integrative psychotherapist and founder of the Heart Nest Center for Peace and Healing in Baltimore. She is a student of the late Sufi Master Sidi Muhammad al-Jamal of Jerusalem, and incorporates Sufi healing into her work with individuals, families, and communities. Dr. Sabrina is also a proud faculty member of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, where she teaches the art of self-care to healthcare professionals around the globe. Learn more about her at drsabrinandiaye.com

Sep 16 2020

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Ep. 357 – I Am Not That with Tezra and Koa

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Tezra and Koa from the I Am Not That Podcast join Raghu to share their spiritual catalysts, explore victimhood vs empowerment in allyship, and talk self-inquiry and forgiveness.

Tezra and Koa are the hosts of the ‘I AM Not that’ podcast, an exploration of how to become liberated from our limiting thoughts, ideals and beliefs, and reclaim our unlimited power of potentiality. They join Raghu to share their own unique sparks of finding the spiritual path, along with their personal journeys in embodying this uncovered wisdom. After sharing their synchronistic story of falling in love, Tezra and Koa dive into the intention behind their podcast, explain the difference between a well-wisher and an ally, and offer advice for self-inquiry and spiritual liberation.

Sep 09 2020

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Ep. 356 – How Not To Be A Hot Mess with Devon and Craig Hase

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Devon and Craig Hase join Raghu to talk tangible mindfulness, authenticity in meditation, and dismantling racism in spiritual communities.

Devon has been committed to meditation since 2000, spending years in retreat in the Insight and Vajrayana traditions, and has been mentored by Joseph Goldstein, Tara Brach, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche. Craig began intensive meditation training in 1994, living in a Zen monastery for six years before getting his PhD in counseling psychology. Together they are teachers and mentors in the spiritual community, and they just released their new book, How Not To Be A Hot Mess. You can find about more their offerings at DevonandCraigHase.com

Sep 01 2020

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Ep. 355 – Decolonizing the Mind with John Lockley

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Shaman, John Lockley, returns to talk the history of racism in South Africa, healing cultural wounds through listening, and decolonizing the mind.

John Lockley began his journey as a young medic drafted into the South African military. He then trained under Zen master Su Bong from South Korea, and returned to post-Apartheid South Africa to spend 10 years in apprenticeship with MaMngwevu, a medicine woman from the Xhosa tribe. John now splits his time teaching in South Africa, Ireland, Europe, and the US. Find out more about John’s work learn more about his Mentoring, In-Person Divinations, Plant Healing and more at johnlockley.com.

Aug 24 2020

1hr 2mins

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Ep. 354 – Ram Dass and the Selfless Soul with Robert Thurman

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Robert Thurman returns to share stories about Ram Dass, discuss his psychedelic years, and explore the topics of reincarnation, identity and activism.

Robert Thurman is the Jey Tsong Khapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia University and President of the Tibet House U.S., and is the President of the American Institute of Buddhist Studies. Keep up with Robert at bobthurman.com

Aug 17 2020

1hr 10mins

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Ep. 353 – Collective Bardo with Thanissara

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Thanissara joins Raghu to discuss social action, unconscious racism, and the mystery of the collective bardo, before guiding a breathwork meditation.


Thanissara, formerly a Buddhist nun for 12 years, has been teaching meditation retreats alongside her partner Kittisaro since 1992. Together they founded Dharmagiri Sacred Mountain Retreat in South Africa and co-authored Listening to the Heart, A Contemplative Guide to Engaged Buddhism. She is also author of Time To Stand Up, A Buddhist Manifesto for Our Earth, and several poetry books. Thanissara and Kittisaro recently launched Sacred Mountain Sangha, a California based Non Profit that hosts the Dharmapala Training, a two year, seven module training. Keep up to date with her offerings at dharmagiri.org and sacredmountiansangha.org

Aug 08 2020

59mins

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Ep. 352 – Running Toward Mystery with The Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi

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The Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi Rinpoche joins Raghu to discuss joyful effort, karma, first-hand experience, and his new book Running Toward Mystery.

Aug 02 2020

1hr 1min

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Ep. 351 – Remembering Civil Rights Leader John Lewis w/ Danny Goldberg

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Danny Goldberg returns to the Mindrolling Podcast to honor the life of civil-rights leader and former United States House Representative John Lewis.

John Robert Lewis (February 21, 1940 – July 17, 2020) was an American politician and civil-rights leader who served in the United States House of Representatives for Georgia’s 5th congressional district from 1987 until his death in 2020.

John Lewis fulfilled many key roles in the civil rights movement and its actions to end legalized racial segregation in the United States. Lewis was one of the “Big Six” leaders of groups who organized the 1963 March on Washington. In 1965, Lewis led the Selma to Montgomery marches across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. In an incident that became known as Bloody Sunday, armed Alabama police attacked unarmed civil rights demonstrators, including Lewis, Hosea Williams, and Amelia Boynton.

A member of the Democratic Party, Lewis was first elected to Congress in 1986 and served for 17 terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. Due to his length of service, he became the dean of the Georgia congressional delegation. He was a leader of the Democratic Party in the U.S. House of Representatives, serving from 1991 as a Chief Deputy Whip and from 2003 as Senior Chief Deputy Whip. Lewis received many honorary degrees and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Links From This Episode: King In The Wilderness Full Film (Free) | John Lewis Full Interview – King in the Wilderness | John Lewis: Good Trouble – Official Trailer | C.T. Vivian Full Interview – King in the Wilderness

Jul 24 2020

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Ep. 350 – Standing at the Edge of Life and Death with Mehcad Brooks

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Mehcad Brooks joins the Mindrolling Podcast for a conversation around how we can navigate the challenges of the world with inner work and raise our consciousness together.

Mehcad Brooks is a multi-talented actor, musician and model. Featuring lead roles in many movies and television shows, Mehcad is most known for his roles in Super Girl, Desperate Housewives and True Blood. Look out for Mehcad in 2021 starring as Jax in the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie. You can keep up with Mehcad online on Instagram and Twitter @MehcadBrooks

Jul 17 2020

59mins

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Ep. 349 – Our Best Hope in Troubled Times ft. Natasha Leggero and Duncan Trussell

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Old friends of the show Duncan Trussell and Natasha Leggero join Raghu to celebrate the Be Here Now Network's fourth annual anniversary and share a conversation around how the Indian concept of Kalyānamitra - unconditional spiritual friends - may offer our best hope in these troubled times.

Listen to Natasha and her husband Moshe Kasher every week on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast and catch regular episodes of the  Duncan Trussell Family Hour Podcast – both featuring a cavalcade of hilarious, insightful and gifted guests!

Jul 09 2020

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Ep. 348 - The Psychedelics Renaissance with Rick Doblin

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MAPS founder Rick Doblin returns to Mindrolling for a reality-altering conversation about the psychedelics renaissance happening around his work with MDMA and trauma.

Jul 01 2020

1hr 3mins

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Ep. 347 – Cultivating Resilience in the Face of Racial Injustice and Disparity with Konda Mason & Mirabai Bush

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Konda Mason, Mirabai Bush, and Raghu Markus join for a conversation on Cultivating Resilience in the Face of Racial Injustice and Disparity.

Dissecting the lie of “not seeing race” and the “Privilege of not knowing”, our speakers examine the intersections of land, race, money, and spirit, and the roles they play in the framework of our society. Through compassion and finding ways to accept unsavory truths, we can learn to open our hearts and realize our interconnection with everyone.

Jun 25 2020

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Ep. 346 – See No Stranger with Valarie Kaur

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Valarie Kaur joins Raghu to discuss revolutionary love, divine rage, joy as resistance, and seeing the world with a warrior’s heart and a Saint’s eyes.

Jun 19 2020

1hr 2mins

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Ep. 345 – New Growth with Nikki Walton

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Nikki Walton joins Raghu to discuss her beginnings as a spiritual seeker, the process of letting go, and how to tune into the silence to find love.

Jun 11 2020

51mins

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Ep. 344 - Putting Practice Into Play with Ralph De La Rosa

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Therapist Ralph De La Rosa returns to the Mindrolling Podcast for a conversation about finding freedom through the wisdom and practices of both Eastern and Western psychology.

Jun 05 2020

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iTunes Ratings

299 Ratings
Average Ratings
265
16
6
4
8

Love this guy

By Sean--Cain - Jan 10 2020
Read more
Great podcast, helpful advice and great guests. And Raghu is a real mensch.

These guys are the greatest

By Tony‰ - Oct 15 2018
Read more
Funny insightful and you can tell they’re having fun doing it