Questions in the Philosophy of Spiritual Practice
Author and Advaita Vedanta spiritual teacher Vartman interviews David Deida on a variety of topics in the philosophy of spiritual practice. Includes a discussion on why one should bother to practice spiritually at all.
ARCHIVE AUDIO: REMASTERED
Some of David’s live audios from around 20 years ago were recorded at low quality on analogue tape cassettes. The teachings in these recordings are highly valuable, but the audio often had some distortion, background hiss, or reduced sound quality overall.
We have done our best to ‘Remaster’ these archive audios to give them a comparatively cleaner sound, with less background noise and more consistent volume levels. Although we’ve done the best we can, some of these ‘Remastered’ recordings may still be low quality compared to today’s audio standards.
Overall these ‘Remastered’ audios provide an improved listening experience over the original recordings, especially in noisy environments (e.g. when listening while driving, on headphones in the gym, in transit, etc).
“Spiritual practice is the capacity to offer your love even when you feel hurt, closed down, tense, angry, misunderstood, or hated.”