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Talk Given on March 2, 2012 by Michael Stone

The practice of yoga is a practice of intimacy. The process of reaching into the physical, psychological and other interdependent sheaths of the postures wakes us up to the intelligence of life.

Through becoming intimate with the breathing patterns, bandhas and stillness of meditative awareness we wake to our lives and realize the possibility of serving others. Yoga Philosophy and practice, juxtaposed with Buddhism and western Psychology gives us the tools for personal healing and social action.

Learn more about Michael Stone: http://www.centreofgravity.org/

61:23 minutes (42.16 MB)

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Mahayana Buddhism And Bodhisattva Ideal (Lecture 10) by The Teaching Company

31:21 minutes (14.4 MB)

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Buddha Is as Buddha Does. Part 1. How to Be a Bodhisattva by Lama Surya Das and Ken Wilber

Buddha Is as Buddha Does explores the ten paramitas as the “Bodhisattva Code” for enlightened living. The ten paramitas—or as Surya likes to call them, the “ten transformative practices”—are as follows: generosity, ethics, patience, heroic effort, mindfulness, wisdom, skillful means, spiritual aspirations, higher accomplishments, and awakened awareness (these can also be looked at in terms of multiple intelligences or developmental lines).

42:17 minutes (14.52 MB)

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