The Duncan Trussell Family Hour
| Rhagu Markus of The Love Serve Remember Foundation
  • That was awesome and really motivational. I thought my ipod messed up because there was no way an hour went by, but I was just caught up in it.
    Post edited by doubleXhelix at 2012-03-27 03:47:52
  • Brilliant cast, it's just finished so i'm going to listen to it again!

    Keep up the good work!

    edit - who is babydoll spank? and where can i buy her socks?!?!
    Post edited by [Deleted User] at 2012-03-27 03:56:03
    "I got stuck in a cravarse on the moun-tain."
  • As the stomach breaks down and digests food so does the mind and when you find yourself thinking about something repeatedly or arguing with someone in your head it's because the mind hasn't been able to fully assimilate the information so break it down into smaller bites so it's easier to digest.
  • Incredible stuff! but short,

    what was the name of the meditation for beginners he mentioned
  • Great podcast Duncan. Keep it up.
    Until the 20th century, reality was everything humans could touch, smell, see and hear. Since the initial publication of the charted electromagnetic spectrum, humans learned that what they can touch, smell, see, and hear... is less than one millionth of reality.
  • Great podcast, and like always, I just wanted it to keep going hours more.

    @UN_Lube_aid_worker - Vipassana yoga, I believe it was. Also, I love your screen name.
    Post edited by JahRags at 2012-03-27 06:11:42
    http://pinealretina.tumblr.com - Get your bottle homie, po' some out.
  • Just starting this one now. Great for morning iced coffee/thc combo meal.
    www.facebook.com/ichabod108
  • Will be listening when I get to work. Can't wait.
    brave or just ready to die
  • So excited, cant wait. Got goosebumps before its even started
  • Another excellent journey with Duncan at the controls. Perfect amount of time, a nice discussion to listen too in the morning.
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  • WOW! Duncan and Rhagu Markus, thankyou! That was a great listen and I agree that it went really fast, I had to listen to it twice. Would love to hear more about the trip to India if possible. So much to think about it...

    Ram Dass was on a podcast from last week, I can't remember who posted it or where, but thankyou to whoever did...
    Sounds True Podcast interview with Ram Dass

    Also, it's already been posted here a few times but in case anyone wants to find out more, I'd highly recommend "Fierce Grace" it's a beaaautiful and very moving documentary about Ram Dass.

    Post edited by rodrigo at 2012-03-27 08:52:25
    everyday i try to draw and paint stuff.

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  • "Just get out of time and space." - Rhagu Markus

    This is part of my new chant (=_=)
    Sent from my rotary phone.
  • Does anyone know the name of the song in the end? btw great fucking podcast!!!
  • Im about to listen to this podcast and can't wait. Going to smoke a nice bowl after I eat some breakfast and have my coffee. Today is going to be a good day!! Thanks Duncan!
    Post edited by RyanT at 2012-03-27 10:56:35
    Traveling through the Multiverse
  • this was an amazing podacst.. u asked some perfect questions, reminded me of India, did you go to Rishikesh as well Duncan? I didnt have bhang lassie, but got some hash and didn't have anything to smoke it with so ate it.. . I was not prepared for the results!! haha the purple popes, family hour peeps should have a meet up in India in 2015 or something, if the Mayans aren't right and the singularity hasn't occurred... would be cool to all meet in in one point in the multiverse in the future!!
  • Thanks Duncan!
  • Solid episode! Love it when its not all just comedian guests.

    This podcast is really becoming one of the best podcasts out there... in my opinion =)
  • Just wanted to point out that "Bear" is actually Augustus Owsley Stanley III, not "Albert" Owsley. He recently passed away.

    www.nytimes.com/2011/03/15/us/15stanley.html?_r=1

    www.erowid.org/culture/characters/stanley_owsley/stanley_owsley.shtml
  • rodrigo said:

    WOW! Duncan and Rhagu Markus, thankyou! That was a great listen and I agree that it went really fast, I had to listen to it twice. Would love to hear more about the trip to India if possible. So much to think about it...

    Ram Dass was on a podcast from last week, I can't remember who posted it or where, but thankyou to whoever did...
    Sounds True Podcast interview with Ram Dass

    Also, it's already been posted here a few times but in case anyone wants to find out more, I'd highly recommend "Fierce Grace" it's a beaaautiful and very moving documentary about Ram Dass.



    Fierce Grace was an excellent documentary, really got me familiar with Ram Dass. I'd seen some Richard Alpert footage before, but was never really familiar with his post Maharaj-ji teachings.
  • duncanduncan
    El-ahrairah
    StarSeed said:

    Just wanted to point out that "Bear" is actually Augustus Owsley Stanley III, not "Albert" Owsley. He recently passed away.

    www.nytimes.com/2011/03/15/us/15stanley.html?_r=1

    www.erowid.org/culture/characters/stanley_owsley/stanley_owsley.shtml



    Thanks! I always mess that up because my brain mixes him in with Albert Hoffman.

  • Looking forward to it, just saw it was 53minutes. I wish it was 2 hours and 53 minutes.
  • Solid episode! Love it when its not all just comedian guests.

    This podcast is really becoming one of the best podcasts out there... in my opinion =)



    My sentiments exactly what a great way to start off today

  • the first time I ever did mushrooms I had a telepathic moment with a friend. I remember when we'd look at each other we'd both think of the word "home". It was like we both already knew what was in each others head without saying it, then we both said "home" at the same time and freaked out.

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    BLANKET MAN!
    Post edited by PINDAR at 2012-03-27 12:22:09
  • This episode was magical. It was really enlightening to hear you speak with some one of this caliber. You are one of the most insightful people that I get the chance to hear have conversations with others, and when you take advantage of that and branch out to speak with people such as Rhagu Markus, and Baba Ram Dass, you are really transcending the role of putting out entertainment and making people think. You are really making changes Duncan, and words cant explain how much it helps.
  • Thanks Duncan! Loved it. I am glad to see I am not the only cynical person about this. I believe, read a ton of books and yet have a hard time of just letting go and taking that final plunge.

    I am a tad disappointed in the Ram Dass website, as it seems to always be wanting to sell me some shit. I guess I get it as I doubt just being an awesome human being sustains him or his organization, but I have such a hard time with capitalism that it has been a turn off to me. Locally (Lincoln, NE) it seems like the Buddhist groups want you to join, but first you have to give them $100 or more cash. All this has been a block I feel to furthering myself along....

    Anyways, thanks again! You have the best podcast ever.
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  • louie said:

    Does anyone know the name of the song in the end? btw great fucking podcast!!!


    i was wondering this as well...
  • I was just getting to the end of reading these posts, thinking of how to sum up my feeling listening to this episode, when i read AdrianTheAlchemist's post. So..

    What he said ^

    Keep spreading the love Duncan! It even reaches all the way out here to Scotland :)
    Post edited by Steve_I_am at 2012-03-27 14:23:05
  • Great podcast! Wished this one was longer though
  • I think you got a contact-high @Duncan ! Awesome podcast.
  • Maui pilgrimage anyone?
    Check out my ebook Nip The Bud - The Fastest Way to Quit Weed guaranteed. Link : http://bit.ly/NipTheBud ( Get it though Duncans Amazon Portal to help out the podcast )
  • YOU
    Hrair
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    Post edited by YOU at 2014-07-17 12:08:21
  • Thanks for the free podcast... Ive been a devoted listener since the first Lav. Hour, but had to shut this one off early (this was a first). I guess the bullshit alarm went off when this dude started talking about what Steve Jobes was reading when he died. Something tells me this guy wasn't there.
    Post edited by rrtl at 2012-03-27 21:08:03
  • But really, what was the music at the end of this podcast? Was it Crystal Gayle?
  • Maui pilgrimage anyone?



    I'm up for this. Airline miles nigga!
    I think it would work out better if we shot for next december though.

    Actually, nevermind. It's for rich people.
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    Post edited by DrStrib at 2012-03-27 23:16:49
    I measured my waistline in planck lengths and now I feel awful.
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    Speak the mega cool, get funky as a goal.
  • What an interesting podcast. While I've always had a level of interest with eastern philosophy it has yet to evolve into anything more than reading the literature. This on the other hand gave great insight to the concepts that I should start practicing. What's even more exciting is that I live on Maui and am strongly considering registering for the Ram Dass Pilgrimage.
  • If you lose Adam and eve, can you still do commercials for a fake sex toy company? The commercials are so funny.

    This podcast was good, but I must admit I am skeptical of some of the claims put forth by Markus. I have tried mediation in the past, and I got way too frustrated because I felt like I was putting in a lot of effort for very little results, and I was making my idea of a, for lack of a better term, "Higher Power" more complex than it needed to be. I wish I could find the motivation to really try, with a guide, yoga and meditation. Maybe one day, when I can afford to pay for someone to show me. Thanks for the podcast.
    Get out of line Lemming.
  • ladychef said:


    A wise teacher said: We want to do honor to our gurus, so we try to put them on a pedestal. But in reality, we are only able to dig holes in the dirt, so that we may sit beneath them.



    That's a brilliant quote, who is this wise teacher you speak of?
    "I got stuck in a cravarse on the moun-tain."
  • I just had a really great day after listening to this podcast. Thanks!
  • I wish I would of had this access to information in my anthropology classes about India in college. Thank you once again Duncan. If you had a cult you'd have many followers.
  • Thanks Duncan. I've been a fan of Ram Dass for about 5 years now and his stuff has helped me come far the past 5 years. I may be going to Maui in May. I contacted Ram a few months ago and he invited me. Namaste.
  • That was awesome Duncan, thank you. Be Here Now was the most powerful book in my life. How much do you have to donate for the heart-to-heart with him? It wasn't clear on the site.
  • ladychef said:

    YOU said:

    Enlightenment is real and it is achievable now. You don't have to wait 20 more lifetimes to get it. It is available to all conscious beings right now.


    Anyone can be "enlightened" right now- period. Love the wise, but never put anyone above yourself- never hand over the control or the responsibility for your spiritual unfoldment to someone else. You are your own Jesus, your own Buddha, your own Neem Karoli Baba.

    A wise teacher said: We want to do honor to our gurus, so we try to put them on a pedestal. But in reality, we are only able to dig holes in the dirt, so that we may sit beneath them.


    That last quote is so great. If I ever do find enlightenment it definitely won't be because I was actively looking for it.

    It seems to me the greatest truths are so obvious and boring they are systematically ignored. So enlightenment becomes not something you obtain but rather something that is already there that you need to brush away the filth and excess to recover.
  • I fucking love this podcast. I know that's a common thing to say ...but I truly LOVE it!
  • @YOU - Thanks, man. Very relevant to my situation.
    http://pinealretina.tumblr.com - Get your bottle homie, po' some out.
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    Hrair
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    Post edited by YOU at 2014-07-17 12:08:31
  • Fantastic podcast. Raghu's presence is so clear and unpolluted, like balsam for the nervous system. So thank you Duncan, for giving and for tuning into such refined frequencies.
    Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum
  • Love how your podcast is progressing. The one with Raghu Markus was the shit!!
    Felt the urge to join your community.
    Om Shiva Shankara Hari Hari Ganga!

    //Nic
    Post edited by niclasnice at 2012-03-29 02:13:46
  • jos
    Hrair
    Thanks Duncan.
    What an interesting journey we are sharing.

    Your new ringtone :-)
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/34684500/alak boom hara hara mahadeva.mp3

  • This podcast is pure magic.
  • That was AMAZING!

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