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“Summer Davos” and YGL Summit 2014

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THE BUZZ: From September 5th through 16th, 2014, I was in Beijing for the Young Global Leader (YGL) Summit and Tianjin for the World Economic Forum on East Asia. Then, I had the immense pleasure of traveling with a small group – on a private jet – to Japan. It was incredible – from teaching yoga on a private section of The Great Wall of China to learning about the new wave of Buddhism from an esteemed Master. Check out the pictures…

Meditation in Action

Meditation in Action

BOOK: Meditation in Action, by Chögyam Trungpa – This is a classic on Buddhist meditation by Tibetan master Chögyam Trungpa. He teaches that meditation is based on trying to see what is, rather than trying to achieve a higher mental or physical state. In a very short read, Trungpa describes the life of the Buddha in very simple terms, emphasizing that, like the Buddha, we must find the truth for ourselves, rather than following someone else’s example.

The Power of… LETTING GO

Letting Go

LETTING GO. Do you get upset when things don’t turn out the way you expected? Is your mind cluttered with regrets and resentments? What are you holding on to that is holding you back? When you live in the Present, and let go of what you think should be, you invite in a greater sense of inner peace and divine inspiration…