Shreena Gandhi is a part of the Religious Studies Department at Michigan State University, where is primarily teaches classes on religion and race in the Americas.
Śavāsana is most popularly known as a haṭha yoga posture that completes the sequence of many modern yoga classes.
Prentis Hemphill is a movement facilitator, Somatics teacher, and practitioner, and working at the convergence of healing, collective transformation, and political organizing.
According to the pervasive materialist ideology, the flip is nothing but a hallucination, a flight of fantasy, a delusory event that can easily be explained away as some less-than-rigorous thinker’s mistaken perception.
My forthcoming considerations may be seen as situated in a tradition of apologetics, if we understand something different by that word.
Sri Aurobindo was a modern Indian yogi who founded the form of yoga known as Integral Yoga.
The scholar-practitioner approaches her object of study by privileging the synergy of knowledge and experience.
In this issue, the contributors argue for the acceptance and integration into scholarly life of what has otherwise been deemed controversial by the reigning epistemology of modern industrialized culture.
Vineet Chander is the Coordinator for Hindu Life and Hindu Chaplain at Princeton University and a Religious Life Leader at the Lawrenceville School.