Erich Schiffmann has taught yoga and meditation for over 30 years, and is a major influence for many of today's leading teachers. He is the author of the highly acclaimed book Yoga: The Spirit and Practice of Moving into Stillness as well as eight yoga DVDs. Erich is known throughout the yoga world as a master of creative sequencing, and for his ability to take the most complex yoga philosophy and make it accessible through simple yet profoundly insightful analogies. His primary teaching is the art of "listening for inner guidance, and daring to do as the energy guides you," both on the mat and in life. Erich lives and teaches in Santa Monica, CA and gives workshops nationally.
Moving Into Stillness Discussion Board is an online community forum with over 2000 registered members. With yogis from around the world and across the range of styles and backgrounds, it is very valuable resource for both teachers and students. The following discussion was recorded on April 28, 2007, at an informal gathering of discussion board participants at the Camp Allen Retreat Center in Navasota, Texas. In this talk Erich introduces his "Internet of Mind" analogy, as well as touching on other topics, including the predicament of language, how teaching has changed, being versus doing, and the paralleling of technology and consciousness.
Listen to the Internet of Mind Discussion