CWIL Readings

Picture Credit: Akshay Sriram, PGDM, 2021.



May 31, 2021

Article Published In : NCBI Resources

An article about classification of various contemplative practices

An article which proposes a novel classification system that categorizes specific styles of meditation into attention, constructive, and deconstructive families based on their primary cognitive mechanisms

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Amazon

Bhagavad Gita: Cours d'Étude de la Bhagavad Gita - Volume 2

Announcing the publication of a new book on Vedanta which Surya Tahora translated from Sanskrit and English into French.

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Mindful

Breathing Compassion In and Out

A simple healing practice, based on compassion towards oneself and others, which can be helpful in these challenging times.

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Centre for Practical Wisdom - The University Of Chicago

Courage, Justice, and Practical Wisdom as Key Virtues in the Era of COVID-19

Applying wisdom research to the era of pandemic

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Aeon

Dissolve into the immersive, entrancing rhythms of a Sufi chant

"A ritual at the heart of Sufism, the dhikr is a demonstration of devotion in which worshippers share in a meditation on Allah via synchronised group chants, rhythmic movements and, in some instances, the spinning dances of whirling dervishes. The Dutch-Chinese-American filmmaker Jasmijn Schrofer drops viewers into the rhythms of the dhikr in her short film Tarikat (‘The Path’). Through the ritual of sound and movement, the individuals seem to dissolve into a unified whole, even as Schrofer often lingers on the close-up expressions of each one."

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Satsang Arshvaidya

Freedom from Sadness

Swami Dayananda Saraswati on the cause of sadness, the nature of the world, karma and reality.

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Harvard Business

Grief and Resilience Support Amid the Covid-19 Resurgence

In response to the latest resurgence and continued impact of Covid-19, Harvard Business Publishing has curated resources (articles, videos, and tools) to help you deal with grief, build resilience, and manage anxiety during these challenging times.

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Aeon

How Psychological scientists found the empirical path to wisdom

Wisdom, with its mystical qualities, sits on a pedestal, inspiring awe and trepidation, a bit of hushed reverence thrown in. It’s easy to distil wisdom’s archetypes in history (druids, Sufi sages) or popular culture (Star Wars’ Yoda, or Harry Potter’s Dumbledore), but harder to apply to the person on the street. Most people would agree that wisdom is desirable, yet what exactly is it?

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : Harvard Business Review

How To Stop Thinking About Work at 3 AM

If your stress about work is keeping you up at night: 1. Make a to-do list to organize what's ahead. 2. Keep a journal. Process your anxiety instead of keeping it inside. 3. Exercise self-compassion. 4. Work out. 5. Meditate.

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May 31, 2021

Article Published In : You Tube

Jean-Joseph Boillot : l’économie peut-elle être sage ?

L'économie peut elle être sage ? comment les utopies en Inde en Chine ou en Afrique peuvent elles nous inspirer ? Les réponses de Jean-Joseph Boillot, économiste de terrain en recherche de sagesse. Passionnante interview sur France Culture à l'occasion de la sortie de son livre "Utopies made in Monde"

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