The Wisdom of the Heart in Exercise & Sports Training
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Hello George Beinhorn!
I would love to have you on my podcast: A Quest for Well-Being. It has 5000+ downloads and 1400+ newsletter subscribers.
We can discuss the topic in your book (The Joyful Athlete: The Wisdom of the Heart in Exercise And Sports Training)
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Looking forward to our meaningful conversation!
Much Love, good health and peace, Valeria
Hi Valeria. As I emailed you offline, I’m pretty much retired from my former athletic endeavors – thanks to severe butt pain that appeared within two weeks of my book being published. Who says the universe doesn’t have a sense of humor? I do continue to ride the bike, at age 78, and push it hard for fitness. I am grateful for the invitation – maybe in our next life? Blessings – George
The Sumerians existed during descending Satya Yuga, and were very accomplished. But they were not as highly evolved as the mentioned book describes people in this Yuga should be. Doesn’t that disprove the Yuga theory? The builders of Giza also lived in this Yuga..but, they too, tho highly accomplished were not on a higher spiritual plane. If you have reached Satya Yuga how is it possible you would go into decline?.
Thanks, Kay. Sri Yukteswar didn’t talk about human consciousness in Satya Yuga, saying that in the present age it would be incomprehensible to the great majority of unenlightened beings. Also, he said that people would develop the ability to communicate mentally in Tretya Yuga, thus printed documents would be obsolete. So the question occurs: what do we really know of the Sumerians and those who built the pyramids? Only what we can infer from the physical remnants. (Yogananda said that the pyramids were built by mental power.)
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