Spiritual beggars - mantra iii

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What is yoga, and what are its roots and its history? Surprisingly, the word yoga comes from the Sanskrit root yuj: "to yoke." Thus yoga means "integration" or "union." However, this is not union of your nose with your knee. It is union of your individual soul with universal Spirit. The roots of yoga are deeply embedded in wisdom of ancient India, in the the Bhagavad Gita of Lord Krishna and the Yoga Sutras of the sage Patanjali. Dr. Susan Shumsky, who has practiced yoga and meditation since 1967, will inspire the audience to practice true yoga-integration and wholeness of consciousness.

If ever there were albums that deserved to played on vinyl, they would be the Spiritual Beggars records 'Another Way To Shine', 'Mantra III', 'Ad Astra' and 'On Fire'. Originally available between 1996 and 2002, their release on June 29th is part of the Music for Nations reissues series. With liner notes by guitarist and founder member Michael Amott, new artwork by Per Wiberg, each album is to be released on coloured vinyl (three on LP for the first time) and a free CD version of the album with bonus tracks.

Currently in North America, there are both celibate and non-celibate clergy in a variety of Buddhist traditions from around the world. In some cases they are forest dwelling monks of the Theravada tradition and in other cases they are married clergy of a Japanese Zen lineage and may work a secular job in addition to their role in the Buddhist community. There is also a growing realization that traditional training in ritual and meditation as well as philosophy may not be sufficient to meet the needs and expectations of American lay people. Some communities have begun exploring the need for training in counseling skills as well. Along these lines, at least two fully accredited Master of Divinity programs are currently available: one at Naropa University in Boulder, CO and one at the University of the West in Rosemead, CA.

Religious ideals of ‘ Bhiksha ’ in Hinduism, ‘ Zakat ’ in Islam and ‘ Charity ’ in Christianity besides others promote alms-giving. [8] This obligation of making gifts to God by alms-giving explains the occurrence of generous donations outside religious sites like temples and mosques to mendicants begging in the name of God.

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