What Is A Min-e-Course?
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Below this List of Min-e-Courses (please scroll down).
On the Difference Between “Min”-e-Courses
(Shorter & FREE)
(LONGER, more In-Depth, PAID)
First, WHAT IS an “e”-Course? … At The Heart of my programs are a Series of in-depth e-Courses on various aspects of yoga and related topics, such as yoga-based bodywork, a philosophy & psychology of being human, and so on. They are delivered electronically via a combination of website and email. And, because the e-Courses are electronically delivered via the internet and web, I call them “e”-Courses. And, to be frank, people participating in these e-Course is what will keep this website alive. That’s what will pay the bills.
WHAT IS a “Min-e”-Course? … I also have some much shorter, concise, e-Courses that are, well, “mini.” They are delivered to you, for FREE, directly to your e-Mail box. They’re designed for you to get much better ideas of what I teach and why, and how you can use what I’m offering you here. I’ve been told by readers this is VERY useful and RELEVANT information, even though it’s FREE stuff. … Yes, I will briefly mention some of my paid publications and services now an then. But again, that’s what pays the bills. and yo are free to ignore them, or UN-subscribe all together.
So, I’m calling them “Min”-e-Courses. (Mini-e-mail-Courses.) These courses will help set the foundations for what I’m doing with you and for you in the world of yoga and many related topics.
The Above List of Min-e-Courses (in blue)
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* On the “Validity” of What I Teach … Yes, there are a few things in yoga-related fields that can, somewhat, push the boundaries of physical sciences. Yet I try to not teach stuff that is “out there” partly because I am myself quite a bit skeptical** about a lot of the so-called alternative “sciences” and practices. I’ll converse about that kind of stuff, but if I am not highly certain about something, I do not represent myself as an expert on such.
But I’ve found there are VERY few, if any, things or concepts in physcial, mental or relational yoga that cannot be explained by some well-established sciences, of medically accepted anatomical, physiological or neurological process. … The main difference is, though I’m using much of the same information and science as the doctors, they seldom look at the human body and healing from the “alternative” point of view. So, if they are not looking from the same point of view — that the human body is a primarily self-healing system, then they will never come up with the same observations and conclusions.
About the only area where there is some borderline stuff is in my Tai Chi/Chi Kung work where we might get into issues about “subtle energies” and discussing JUST what ARE they, really?
** But a True, Philosophical Skeptic is someone who does not believe things blindly, yet is open to examining any evidence, regardless about his or her beliefs about it. Wikipedia includes that Philosophical Skepticism is “an overall approach that requires all information to be well supported by evidence.”
That’s a lot different than someone who’s just a “knee-jerk skeptic,” someone whom can-NOT be convinced no matter what the evidence. The DSL Method believes that a healthy “philosophical skepticism,” in the sense described above, is necessary to truly understand how the world and the human beings within it actually function, ESPECIALLY when trying to teach it to another human being. Even more especially when their individual health & well-being might be at stake