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Best of Yoga Philosophy
A Virtual Magazine & Forum
The very best Yoga philosophy articles from all over the Web.
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Bob W. Editor
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Is the Bhagavad Gita the greatest thing since sliced bread or simply a dusty historical text? –Bob W.
~ Derek Beres ~ Aug. 22, 2013 ~
If you think Maslow and his “peak experience” have nothing to do with Yoga philosophy, think again. Maslow was himself heavily influenced by the Bhagavad Gita, as described in Phil Goldberg’s “American Veda”. See: http://bit.ly/16Y0NW3 . –Bob W.
The Unbearable Distance of Belief: Notes on Icons, Appropriation, and the Second-Order Religiosity of Modern Yoga
~ Matthew Remski ~ Aug 18, 2013 ~
Does Matthew write anything that is not utterly fascinating? In my experience, No! –Bob W.
~ Graham Schweig ~
“There is another side to enlightenment. It is a less known side, a more subtle or hidden side, a side that often goes unnoticed or that simply gets overlooked despite its dramatic expressions in the sacred texts on Yoga…”
~ Michelle Marchildon ~
“So who do I have to kill to get some Grace around here?”
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Bob 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.
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