John Schumacher share his thoughts on meditation and the Iyengar yoga practice.
Between leaving everything behind and going to India or settling for spirituality as an ornament in our busy life, there is many roads to self-realization.
Here, scholar and writer, B. Alan Wallace share some insights based on his own spiritual quest.
Accomplish scholar, practitioner and meditation teacher, B.Alan Wallace, is one of the very few buddhist master to teach savasana as a legitimate posture for meditation. Here, Dr. Wallace share with us his own experience with BKS Iyengar and how his time with the Yogi has impacted his practice and still does today.
A visual illustration of the concept of “comparative length” . A key concept of the Iyengar teachings of yoga. We made this video in Pune India during the fall 2009.
The voyage of self cultivation begin with understanding where we are now. To map our way we must first acknowledge our own behaviors. Success in meditation and self transformation depends on looking with honesty at our habits which may be the very cause of our misery. (An interview with B. Alan Wallace)
In this second segment of our interview with Dr. B. Alan Wallace, we look beyond the quest for well being and even “self cultivation” to find what constitute the fundamental of the spiritual practice.