Imagine if you were fully awake…

You’ll have to imagine, also, that you have an hour or so to do the imagining.

Here’s a link to a recent talk on the topic by Richard Freeman. The summary:

A look at the methodology of internal breath (Prana) within Hatha Yoga in which breathing patterns are revealed as a foundation for communication, understanding and imagination—a means of freeing the intelligence. The talk includes detailed explanations of the five forms of Prana: prana, apana, samana, udana and vyana as well as an exploration of the Ashtanga Yoga Invocation and the Shanti Path Saha Navavatu.

I’ve only been able to listen to bits and pieces so far, but I’m struck — for whatever reason — that at times during this talk his delivery and tone reminds of Tim Miller. Probably I’m just projecting. I’m also struck by all the wisdom, but that likely can go without saying.

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