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Robert Dreyfuss

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This talk by Robert Dreyfuss was recorded sometime prior to year 2000. Robert was a Harvard graduate, who was one of three young men asked by spiritual master Meher Baba to warn young people in America about the dangers of using psychoactive drugs, during the hippie movement. In this recording, Dreyfuss tells the story of his adventure of traveling to India as a hippie over a period of several months, to meet Baba in 1965. After years of public work against drug use, including serving as the director of a drug program in Berkeley, Dreyfuss became an acupuncturist and doctor of Chinese medicine, retiring in Black Mountain, North Carolina, where he died in 2012. This talk was part of the collection of the late Andy Muir, a disciple of Meher Baba. It was given to me to preserve and disseminate according to Mr. Muir's expressed wishes.