Our Task Is To Strike A Balance…

Published on Nov 01, 2007 by in DharmaTalk

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Our Task Is To Strike A Balance…

Taking life seriously does not mean spending our whole lives meditating as if we were living in the Himalaya Mountains or in the old days in Tibet. In the modern world, we have to work to earn our living, but we should not get entangled in a nine-to-five existence, where we live without any view […]

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Of Our Practical Spiritual Fitness…

as a yogi – one who seeks Union over separation,struggle comes often in attempting tolive by Direct Experience instead of second-handedopinions and ‘book knowledge.’ Of the relative Truth which visits my feeble Awareness, extraction of Truth from the eon-fashionedveils of my ignorance, is a Herculean task each amazing day. a taskin which i take supreme […]

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Conscientious Kindness; The Go-To Lifestyle Practice of WF

Most Cherished Sangha, my heart opens as i sit beside these falling aspen leaves. facilitating and corresponding with so many beautiful Warriors worldwidewho sense the necessity of a balanced personal fitness Practice like WFis truly, truly a Great Blessing. here is what does not matter:regardless of how elegantly,prolifically,ferociously,intelligently,and sweatfully i attempt to Teach and Transmit […]

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Beauty and the Dharma?

Published on Oct 08, 2007 by in DharmaTalk, WF Philosophy, Yoga

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Beauty and the Dharma?

“When fame really hit me was when Legends of the Fall was released three years after Thelma & Louise. You get no warning about what celebrity is or how to deal with it. It’s sort of multitiered. The initial stage is feeling discombobulated and not up to the task. I didn’t understand the incessant attention […]

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You Will HAVE To Practice This Teaching If…

One of the greatest masters in Tibet was Geshe Chekhawa, who lived in the eleventh century. He was extremely learned and accomplished in many forms of meditation. One day when he happened to be in his teacher’s room, he came across a book lying open at the following lines: Give all profit and gain to […]

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Understanding The Rhythm Of Fitness; a sweat animated sequence

Life is not about how fast you can run, or how high you can climb. Although, cultivating such skills are required to know the Buddha of Intensity. Life is really about how well you can bounce. The highly skilled yogin possess strength, endurance, suppleness, and the mental control in order to maintain the rhythm of […]

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"The goal of WF is to experience and behold the self…"

Dear Mr. Triscooter,The goal of WF is to experience and behold the self. Every workout is an opportunity for me to experience the moment and through that to live nobly. I’ve observed that becoming fit and gaining control of my body is a basic need and a step towards the final goal of enlightenment. Attaining […]

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Watching (your Dharma) Wheels Go ‘Round and ‘Round

ilg, watching his (Dharma) wheels going ’round and ’round. “The outer world don’t give my blogs or books or resume awards; in fact, many people disdain ilg…not that they can outperform ilg, even these days, however, that doesn’t seem to matter. it’s go(o)d, a perfect Teaching of Aparigraha. as my Teachers taught me; “All Karma […]

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