Mindfulness could be everything, like eating, walking or playing. Everything could be mindfulness. – When you do something, you know you are doing it. So whether you are walking, eating, sitting, or even playing a video game, you know what you are doing, so your mind is not somewhere else. When we share mindfulness with
Hi guys, we’ll come back you with AMIRA I’m just gonna do a very brief review about this book the astrological guide to self care, which was sent to me by Constance Stella’s who is a Greek American writer and she’s written quite a lot of books about astrology This is a really nice thing.
– These are the five books that I would say, I love you, have helped me understand a lot about spirituality. (energetic cheerful music) Yo, it’s Kyle Gray, welcome back to my channel. In today’s video, I’m gonna be sharing with you, as per request, my top five spiritual books. Here they are. (laughing) Okay,
Meditation is a bit like mental acid it eats away at whatever you put it on. Hi this is Emerald and welcome to the diamond net. Today I’m going to be giving a book review on the book mindfulness in plain English by Bhante Gunaratana who is a Sri Lankan Buddhist Monk. And in this
[Sadhguru] If anybody expresses any interest in practicing some form of yoga including yourself if you get interested in doing more dimensions of yoga never take instruction from anybody who’s just a practitioner or even a certified teacher especially never take instruction from a book or a video it’s..it’s totally irresponsible to do that when
dhritarashtra uvaca dharma-kshetre kuru-kshetre samaveta yuyutsavah mamakah pandavash caiva kim akurvata sanjaya sanjaya uvaca drishtva tu pandavanikam vyudham duryodhanas tada acaryam upasangamya raja vacanam abravit pashyaitam pandu-putranam acarya mahatim camum vyudham drupada-putrena tava shishyena dhimata atra shura maheshv-asa bhimarjuna-sama yudhi yuyudhano viratash ca drupadash ca maha-rathah dhrishtaketush cekitanah kashirajash ca viryavan purujit kuntibhojash ca shaibyash
[Music] Welcome to another of our series of ‘Why Study’, being produced by the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. And with me today I have Dr Frances Knight, who’s an expert in modern church history, and she’s going to look at one of the artefacts that Christians have produced as part of their life