In today’s episode, we are sharing a clip from a live Q&A that Brandt facilitated with students inside the Breathing Deeply Meditation Mentor Certification Program.
In this Q&A, Brandt’s discussion focuses on the distinction between dualism and non-dualism is the context of the yoga tradition.
He discusses whether we can do a spiritual practice wrong, the concept of dualism vs non-dualism, the purpose of the namas and niyamas and ethics from a non-dual perspective.
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