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Exercise & Fitness
  • Author:
    Robert Thurman,Michael Stone
  • ISBN:
    1590308018
  • ISBN13:
    978-1590308011
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  • Publisher:
    Shambhala; Original edition (August 17, 2010)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Exercise & Fitness
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In this collection of provocative essays by prominent teachers of Yoga and Buddhism, the common ground of these two ancient traditions becomes clear.

Start by marking Freeing the Body, Freeing the Mind: Writings . I have always been curious about the connections between Yoga and Buddhism.

Start by marking Freeing the Body, Freeing the Mind: Writings on the Connections between Yoga and Buddhism as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. On the plus side, between the book and the Kandmpa classes, I now Eh. I mean, it's interesting to read formal essays on Buddhist and yogic theory, dogma, practice, etc. But I don't think I'm there.

To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. or. Download to your computer. What struck me as I finished the book was the depth of the commitment to practice of each of the authors, and their clarity in sharing their wisdom. This book itself was an experience, and, for me, the reading of it became a daily practice.

Michael Stone, Robert . The themes addressed here are rich and varied, yet the essays all weave together the common threads between the traditions that offer guidance toward spiritual freedom and genuine realization.

Stone, Michael, 1974-. Awakening to prāna, Chip Hartranft - Body and mind dropped away, Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara - The broad tongue of the tathāgata: spatial breathing in ch'an, Ming Qing Sifu (Daniel Odier) - Zen or yoga? a teacher responds, Shosan Victoria Austin - Joining with naturalness, Ari Goldfield and Rose Taylor - Zen body, Eido Shimano Roshi.

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In this collection of provocative essays by prominent teachers of Yoga and Buddhism, the common ground of these two ancient traditions becomes clear.

In this collection of provocative essays by prominent teachers of Yoga and Buddhism, the common ground of these two ancient traditions becomes clear. Michael Stone has brought together a group of intriguing voices to show how Buddhism and Yoga share the same roots, the same values, and the same spiritual goals. The themes addressed here are rich and varied, yet the essays all weave together the common threads between the traditions that offer guidance toward spiritual freedom and genuine realization. Contributors include Ajahn Amaro Bhikkhu, Shosan Victoria Austin, Frank Jude Boccio, Christopher Key Chapple, Ari Goldfield and Rose Taylor, Chip Hartranft, Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara, Sarah Powers, Eido Shimano Roshi, Jill Satterfield, Mu Soeng, Michael Stone, and Robert Thurman.

Jum
Without diluting a teaching or tradition, I believe it strengthens practice
to appreciate and understand all traditions. To have thoughtful essays
about the roots and intentions of both Buddhist and Hindu yoga practice
is helpful. I know many many people whose "physical" yoga practice
deepened into a desire to deepen their inner life and enrich their
life in the world, in the community, in these bodies and lives we have.
It opened a new understanding to my yoga teacher and it gives my
Buddhist thinkers a place to "sit" in a way that befriends their bodies
(and their yoga friends :>).
Taulkree
fantastic