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Best of Yoga Philosophy–Weekly Recap.

September 9, 2013

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{Richard Feynman / Via Tumblr}

Richard Feynman on the Beauty of Being Complicated. ~ Andrea Balt ~ “Since when have Art and Science gotten divorced? Since when has Complicated started being synonymous with hard-to-grasp, boring, misunderstood, unnecessary?”

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Shocked and Hollowed Spaces Left by Eleven Vanished Beliefs ~ Matthew Remski ~ " A belief isn’t “shattered”. It evaporates, leaving emptiness. Every significant belief that has left me dissolves like a person walking out of a room. Perhaps the person is myself, and the room is a room I simply no longer want to be in..."

Shocked and Hollowed Spaces Left by Eleven Vanished Beliefs ~ Matthew Remski ~ ” A belief isn’t “shattered”. It evaporates, leaving emptiness. Every significant belief that has left me dissolves like a person walking out of a room. Perhaps the person is myself, and the room is a room I simply no longer want to be in…”

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The Cyrus Cylinder

Wow, what a show! Be sure to click on all the links in this short article for more. Excerpt: ” Opening this fall at the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery is Yoga: The Art of Transformation, the world’s first exhibition of yogic art. Temple sculptures, devotional icons, vibrant manuscripts, and court paintings created in India over 2000 years—as well as early modern photographs, books, and films—reveal yoga’s mysteries and illuminate its profound meanings…”

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The Five Koshas are like layers or sheaths of our embodiment.

The Five Koshas Explained: How They Impact our Yoga Practice ~ Kara-Leah Grant ~ “The yogis define our body as having five layers or sheaths, each one contained within the other, like Russian Dolls…” ~ A nourishing yoga philosophy sandwich from the Yoga Lunchbox in New Zealand. –Bob W.

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Claiming a New Inheritance Through the Practice of Yoga ~ Jay Fields ~ “That doesn’t mean that you have to break out in sobs or scream in a fit of rage right there in class, but that you simply allow the tide of the emotion to move through you, be fluid…”

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Beatles

The Beatles “Dear Prudence”: A Portrait of Prudence Farrow Bruns, Maharishi and TM ~ Ken Chawkin ~ “Enjoy this video portrait of Prudence Farrow Bruns, the inspiration for the Beatles song “Dear Prudence”. Prudence discusses her personal journey, meditating with the Beatles in India, the transformation her generation tried to bring about in the world, and the change that can only come from within..”

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Ran Ortner - portfolio - paintings ~ Just because these paintings are amazing and the ocean and the wave is my  favorite yoga philosophy analogy! --Bob W.

Ran Ortner – portfolio – paintings ~ Just because these paintings are amazing and the ocean and the wave is my favorite yoga philosophy analogy! –Bob W.

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A Breaking Heart is a Healing Heart. ~ Nadine McNeil ~ “Breaking open—wide—serves as the first step to healing our broken hearts. Being in the cracked space of vulnerability creates the openness and expanse for healing to occur…”

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Bob Profile PhotoBob Weisenberg is Editor of Best of Yoga Philosophy and former Yoga Editor & Assoc. Publisher of elephant journal. He is the author of Yoga Demystified, Bhagavad Gita in a Nutshell, and Leadership Is Like Tennis, Not Egyptology. as well as Co-editor of Yoga in America and a contributor to The Poetry of Yoga. Contact Bob at facebook, Twitter, or e-mail.

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