Vyasa Smith and Avi Gordon discuss gratitude, the advantages of getting away from the "hustle and bustle", and how enlightened beings treat others.
Vyasa is an Integral Yoga Teacher and resident of Satchidananda Ashram Yogaville. He currently serves as the Yogaville Academy Administrator. He enjoys traveling, hiking, and studying Jnana yoga.
Quotes from the Interview:
* I imagine that’s what [Nelson] Mandela was thinking: Ok, I’m in prison but I’ve got my mind, I’ve got God, and so you can’t take that. I can understand things more in solitude.
* There’s a point in your life where you realize nobody is as interested in your spiritual growth as you will be.
* It’s just nuts how connected you can get when you’re away from the hustle and bustle - the things that open up for you are just amazing.
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