Douglas Keller | Breaking Bad in the Bhagavad Gita

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Breaking Bad in the Bhagavad Gita

by Douglas Keller

This is a talk which sets the context for understanding the Bhagavad Gita — as a work of Indian philosophy that introduces a new definition of 'yoga' and frames the moral question facing the yogi active in the world, and as a work of epic story-telling.
Genre: Spoken Word: Inspirational
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1. Yoga in the Upanishads (Live)
4:21 album only
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2. The Bhagavad Gita and the Mahabharata (Live)
5:05 album only
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3. The Dual Life of the Bhagavad Gita (Live)
6:26 album only
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4. The Characters and the Story Behind the Battle (Live)
17:37 album only
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5. The Conflict Between the Pandavas and Duryodhana (Live)
4:49 album only
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6. Competing Moral Perspectives (Live)
15:42 album only
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7. Krishna's Initial Arguments in Favor of Fighting (Live)
3:41 album only
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8. Krishna's Redefinition of Yoga (Live)
3:25 album only
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9. Overcoming the Gunas and the Problem of Rajas (Live)
12:36 album only
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10. Yoga as Action V. Renunciation (Live)
6:47 album only
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11. The Role of Devotion (Live)
5:29 album only
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12. Breaking Bad (Live)
6:57 album only
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13. After the War (Live)
4:50 album only
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14. Yoga and Choice: Skill in Action (Live)
2:52 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Doug Keller’s background reflects a lifelong commitment to the vast field of yoga.

After receiving degrees in philosophy from Georgetown and Fordham University and teaching philosophy at a college level, he pursued a practical experience of yoga at the ashram Gurudev Siddha Peeth in India — which in turn also led him to the practice of hatha yoga as part of his overall experience of yoga. From years of study, practice and teaching, he has produced widely used and highly respected books on asana, yoga as therapy, pranayama and yoga philosophy, and he teaches hatha yoga workshops and trainings in North America, Europe and Asia.

He frequently gives talks on yoga philosophy, and this is one such talk — entertainingly showing the parallels between the moral question posed to the characters in the Bhagavad-Gita, and the moral questions posed in the modern day epic, 'Breaking Bad.'

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