Drishti Point Yoga and Spirituality
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Valentine's Day Special: True Love
December 09, 2015 12:34 PM PST
For two years, Drishti Point Yoga Podcasts had produced a special Valentine’s Day special with Chuck Damov about love. The first interview is a beautiful interview about love as a path to knowing God, and the various kinds of love that can unfold within the human heart; self-love, brotherly and sisterly love, parental love, love for other sentient beings, love for our planet Earth, and love for God.
If you know love, you know God. If you don’t know love, you don’t know God, for God is love!Breathe to Heal
December 28, 2017 12:32 PM PST
Global speaker, teacher, and author, Max Strom speaks about how technology has affected human health and the importance of breathwork in regulating emotions, processing grief, and living inspired and meaningful lives. This insightful interview is full of research and stories that illustrate the value of intentional breathwork and the fundamental needs of humans- connection, love and meaning. www.maxstrom.comYoga Sutra Series 1
June 24, 2015 08:22 PM PDT
Listen to a Drishti Point Yoga Podcast with Padma, one of Canada’s most respected teacher of Meditation and Yoga. In this first interview of our Yoga Sutras Series, Padma speaks about ahimsa (non-harm) as the foundation for a meditation practice. Padma also speaks about the Yam and Niyam, a comprehensive guide of ethics and morality presented in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras.
This is a beautiful interview about how the ethics of yoga help guide our actions in the right direction and habituate our minds towards enlightened ways of being and acting in the world.Buddha's Brain
July 17, 2015 04:25 PM PDT
Listen to a Drishti Point Yoga Podcast with Rick Hanson, author of The Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom. Science now reveals how the flow of thoughts sculpts the brain, and that it’s possible to strengthen positive brain states. Weaving together the classical teachings of Buddhism, and the revolutionary findings of neuroscience, Hansen’s book is about how to use your mind to shape your brain for greater happiness, love, and wisdom.
The Buddha’s Brain presents an unprecedented intersection of psychology, neurology, and contemplative practice, to inspire the read to tap the unused potential of your brain and rewire your brain for greater well-being and peace of mind. This is an inspiring and insightful interview about the profound intersection of science and spirituality, and the power of spiritual practices in shaping our brain for greater happiness.Valentine's Day Special: Four Infinite Thoughts
December 09, 2015 12:32 PM PST
For two years, Drishti Point Yoga Podcasts had produced a special Valentine’s Day special with Chuck Damov about love. This is the second interview.
If you know love, you know God. If you don’t know love, you don’t know God, for God is love!
This interview is about the Four Infinite Thoughts metta (loving-kindness), karuna(compassion), mudita (joyfullness), and upekha(equanimity), and how to cultivate this kind of love in your mind and heart.This second interview (for Members only) is an inspiring interview about the deeper dimensions of love, and the importance of love on the spiritual path.World Peace Diet
June 27, 2015 03:17 PM PDT
The sooner we can awaken from the thrall of the obsolete mythos that we are predatory by nature, the sooner we’ll be able to evolve spiritually and discover and fulfill our purpose on this earth.
Listen to a special Drishti Point Podcast in honor of World Peace Day (September 21, 2013). Dr. Will Tuttle, author of The World Peace Diet, is a pianist, composer, educator, and recipient of the Courage of Conscience Award. A former Zen monk, his Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley focused on educating intuition and altruism. He presents ongoing events promoting peace through compassion for all life.Ancestral Healing
March 17, 2017 09:37 PM PDT
Pioneer of using sound and voice in healing and ceremony, Jill Purce speaks about her journey into the creative and healing power of sound, mantra, and ceremony to heal ancestral wounds and develop harmony in the past, present, and future generations. This podcasts was originally recorded as part of the Hollyhock Talks Podcast series in 2016. For more information about Hollyhock Retreat Center, visit www.hollyhock.ca.Virtues of Yoga
June 24, 2015 05:02 PM PDT
How do we put the virtues of yoga (Yamas and Niyamas) into action? Pandit Tejomaya is a priest in a long Lineage of yogis from the Himalayas. For the past few years, his practice has included studying and putting into practice the Yamas and Niyamas. Starting with ahimsa (non-harm), Pandjit-ji explains his understanding of ahimsa and his commitment of applying ahimsa to all speech.
This is an inspiring interview about making a commitment to the virtues of yoga and the power of dedicated practice.Devotional Singing
July 17, 2015 04:20 PM PDT
Listen to a Drishti Point Yoga Podcast with Osho Devotees- Deva Premal and Miten. Deva and Miten talk about their dedication to the path, their lives as devotional singers, and the power of singing mantras from various wisdom traditions.Radical Brilliance
March 17, 2017 09:44 PM PDT
Connect to the source of original thought and awaken to the radical brilliance that is always there. Arjuna Ardagh makes awakening possible in the here and now and speaks of the infinite possibilities that can become the foundation of our lives. This podcast was originally recorded as part of the Hollyhock Talks Podcast series in 2016. For more information about Hollyhock Retreat Center, visit www.hollyhock.ca.
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