In the final episode of the first season of Everyday Sublime, I cover some housekeeping before my Yin Winter hibernation time. I talk about gratitude, share important updates about the launch of the Summers School of Yin Yoga, and offer a few holiday gift ideas from friends of the podcast.
Listen to Episode 25 here or subscribe in iTunes or your favorite podcast app.
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Reminder: Don’t lose your credit for your previously-taken modules! Enroll in the Summers School of Yin Yoga before December 31, 2017:
Josh’s Gift Recommendations (from the episode):
1. Robert Wright’s new book
Cool, rational, and dryly cynical, Robert Wright is an unlikely guide to the Dharma and ‘not-self.’ But in this extraordinary book, he makes a powerful case for a Buddhist way of life and a Buddhist view of the mind. With great clarity and wit, he brings together personal anecdotes with insights from evolutionary theory and cognitive science to defend an ancient yet radical world-view. This is a truly transformative work.
– Paul Bloom, Yale University, author of Against Empathy: The Case For Rational Compassion
2. Aaron Goldberg’s music
If you want to know more, here’s Aaron’s website: aarongoldberg.com