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Petri’s Book Nadi Sodhana (intermediate series)

Most of you have probably noticed Petri is teaching a workshop at YIY the first weekend of December. The workshop coincides with the release of his book on the Intermediate Series. He will not bring copies, they are quite heavy in bulk, so I just wanted to warm folks in advance, if you want a copy you can find one on amazon, they aren’t on Prime, so you might need to get it sooner rather than later if you want it for the workshop. Happy Reading, and I can assure you this workshop is one that will be worth it.

 

 




Walk With Me the Film

Walk With Me, a film about mindfulness, Thich Nhat Hanh, and the monks and nuns of Plum Village. Visit their website for more details.

The film is being released through Theatrical On Demand which requires a host for each screening and a certain number of tickets be reserved before a screening is confirmed. I am going to a screening at the Aquarius in Palo Alto on October 26th at 7:30. It is a confirmed screening and there are still tickets available as of this post. If you are interested you can reserve tickets here. If you cannot make the screening on the 26th check the Walk With Me website for the other screenings in the area.

If you have any questions leave a comment or contact me directly.

I hope to see you there!

stu


Theatre Recommendation: Prince of Egypt

Elaine and Ken highly recommend “Prince of Egypt” at TheatreWorks, MVCPA, through November 5. It is an excellent musical, about Moses and Ramses, and their all-too-human relationship as adopted brothers. Music by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked,  Godspell, Pippin, and the animated features of Prince of Egypt, Pocahontas, etc), directed by Scott Schwartz, based on (and expanded from) their animated feature “Prince of Egypt.” Get tickets quickly, as they are nearly sold out already! Tickets through TheatreWorks.org



Yoga Content: Interview with Andrew Hillam

Here’s an insightful interview of certified teacher Andrew Hillam:

http://www.ashtangaparampara.org/andrew-hillam.html

“Yoga is in fact very simple but it so is easy for us to get taken away from ourselves, making it more and more complex in our minds, trying to look for the answers in the complexity of the unreal. It is the tendency of our minds to get agitated and take us away from the yogic state, trying to find meanings in more and more layers, layers of ignorance, when the truth really lies in their absence.”

Note that the whole site has great content.

Hat tip: Danielle