Yoga is not the only form of moving meditation. A look at some other traditions that join body and mind in transcendent movement.
Photo via pixabay.Speculations on the nature of self, other, boundary and embodiment by the great cognitive scientist and Buddhist practitioner Francisco J. Varela, written after undergoing a liver transplant. The scene is viewed from the side. The patient is lying on his half-raised hospital bed. Tubes, sutures and drains cover his body from nose to […]
When body and mind join as one, performance is at a peak and the experience is almost spiritual. Noa Jones talks to athletes about the practice of sport.
From the impermanent to the heroic to the sacred—The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche on how the view of body changes and evolves in the three vehicles of Buddhism.
Ajahn Thanasanti explains why practicing celibacy is one of the best ways to experience and understand our sexuality.
In the part two of his series, Reginald Ray talks about how the body is not just the pathway to realization but the embodiment of enlightenment itself.
Many Western Budddhists, says Reginald Ray, perpetuate the mind/body, secular/sacred dualism that has marked our culture since early Christianity.