Sunday, August 30, 2009

Fred Alan Wolf : The Yoga Of Time Travel

Fred Alan Wolf is the author of "The Yoga of Time Travel" and is well known in the scientific community for his brilliant work in the field of quantum physics exploring possibilities of Time Travel through Yoga and consciousness exploration ... In this program he shows how time is a flexible projection of the mind and why some physicists are now taking time travel seriously.

Fred Alan Wolf is well known for his simplification of the new physics and is perhaps best known as the author of Taking the Quantum Leap which, in 1982, was the recipient of the prestigious National Book Award for Science.

Former professor of physics at San Diego State University for twelve years, Dr. Wolf lectures, researches, and teaches worldwide. Dr. Wolf has also appeared as the resident physicist on The Discovery Channel's The Know Zone and on many radio talkshows and television shows across the United States and abroad.

The Theosophical Society in America is a branch of a world fellowship and membership organization dedicated to promoting the unity of humanity and encouraging the study of religion, philosophy and science so that we may better understand ourselves and our relationships within this multidimensional universe.

An excerpt from 'The Yoga Of Time Travel' ...

Yoga practitioners have known about time travel since ancient times, and many still practice it today. Yoga is a system of practice that is a part art, part philosophy, and part science. It is a hands-on method for enobling one's life, finding purpose in it, and going beyond the everyday illusions that inundate us all. According to traditional Indian philosophy, the yoga system is divided into two principal parts, Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga with many minor divisions within each. Hatha Yoga deals principally with physiology, with a view to establishing health and training the mind and body.

Raja Yoga is a means to control the mind itself by following a rigorous method laid down by adepts long ago. The word Yoga shows up in several contexts in Hindu thought and has a number of meanings. Yoga is the name of one of the six original systems of Hindu philosophy, which provides the philosophical basis for Yoga as presented by the ancient sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. In the Sutras, Patanjali sets forth ashtanga
yoga (literally, the eight-limbed practice), which is now generally referred to as Raja Yoga. Again, the most famous Hindu text, the Bhagwad Gita, talks about Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga, three pathways for attaining enlightenment. The Gita also speaks of kriya yoga, as do the Yoga Sutras. When you compare them, you find they complement each other, leading adepts to say that hatha is kriya is raja.

Yoga as both a practice and a system implies a concept of time summed up in the Sanskrit word Samsara. Samsara signifies conditioned existence, boundedness, the yoking of spirit to spatial and temporal confinement. As Georg Feuerstein, a noted scholar and teacher of yoga philosophy, points out, "Above all ... Samasara is time." Feuerstein explains that the literal meaning of Samsara is flowing together, a perpetual flux of things and events producing consequences of causal relationships.

Many ancient hymns tell us that time - the past, present and the future - is the progenitor of the cosmos and that time itself is the child of consciousness.

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sfauthor August 31, 2009 at 11:44 PM  

Nice posting. Do you know about these yoga books?

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