Resources of the Himalayan Yoga Tradition

An Everyday Saint: Remembering Dr. David White

If you have read Swami Veda Bharati (Dr. Usharbudh Arya)'s book, Meditation and the Art of Dying, here is a recent episode that will interest you. Dr. David White who, together with his late wife Beverly, practiced meditation for the last five decades, and was most loved as a philosophy teacher in the Macalester College (alma mater of, among others, Kofi Annan), Minnesota, recently died. Here is the inspiring story. 

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The Tranquility of Nadi Shoddhanam

It was late spring of my fourth grade year and I was leaving to catch my bus to go home when I realized it was friday and I had left my baseball glove in my desk.  A weekend without my baseball glove was unimaginable.  I raced back to my classroom, but fearful of missing the bus I looked back to see if it was still there, and when I turned back I ran full speed into a door.  I retrieved my glove despite bleeding profusely. 

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