Want to live more fully? Join Marco Lam, the Founder and Director of the Mandala Clinic of Integrative Medicine, as we discuss everything from traditional healing modalities to the latest in modern medicine. We define immortality as being on top of your world, mentally, physically, and spiritually. This is not just surviving, but thriving with an embodied consciousness. This is an audio tonic for the mind, giving people the knowledge to strengthen themselves in the modern world in the face of new challenges. In an age of information overload, how do we strike the balance between inner peace and our ipod? From research to routine, we explore the gamut of alternative medicine, from powerful practices to outright quackery, from homeopathy to wellness dog food, as we gather our collected wisdom so that you attain your maximum vitality now.
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MI 025: Science of Yoga pt 2: My Guru's a Garbage Collector20/01/2009
Why does Rishi-ji want to pick through the litter of your mind? What does he find there that inspires NASA to make the Art of Living mandatory training for their astronauts? The answer is simple.
MI 024: Science of Yoga pt 1: The Art of Living03/12/2008
The guru of love and happiness, Rishi Nityapragya, lights up the shadow of student-guru relationships by letting our gurus be garbage collectors, and by letting our breath rekindle our joy. Such a potent message, the United Nations now collaborates with the millions of adherents to this NGO wing of the Art of Living. Can Rishi-ji make the case that the breath is a release system for the mind? You decide in: The Art of Living.
MI 023: Qi-Gong For Life17/11/2008
Marco chats with Michael Hynes about the inner courtyard teaching "The Golden Shield", and Michael's own success in using this martial art for 12 years to combat arthritis and asthma. Can people with deadly talents become kinder, gentler? Listen yourself as Michael explains the importance of avoiding the dangerous versions of our deadly arts.