Posts Tagged ‘philosophy’

Bhagavad Gita
Philosophy & Culture of Yoga

Exploring the Philosophy of The Bhagavad-Gita Course is a guided exploration of India’s timeless yoga philosophy text — the Bhagavad-Gita. Sessions are lively and helpfully structured, leaving plenty of room for discussion, personal growth and spiritual insight. What to expect… Short presentation of the theme from an experienced teacher Question and answer format capturing the…

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Classical Yoga: A 4-Part Solution

These days just about anything is marketed as “yoga”. You may have heard of “goat yoga”, doing yoga postures with an animal walking on your back. Perhaps you like to drink alcohol. Quench your thirst with some “beer yoga”. Do you like intense physical exercise that really works up a sweat? “Hot yoga” will help…

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Yoga & Self-Acceptance

In Pema Chodron’s book “When Things Fall Apart,” she writes, “It is said that we can’t attain enlightenment, let alone feel contentment and joy, without seeing who we are and what we do, without seeing our patterns and our habits. This is called maitri—developing loving-kindness and an unconditional friendship with ourselves.” Last fall, my teacher…

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