To Be A Yogi • WWYD • Esoterinerd
Yeshe-Sophia is dedicated to the deep study of Tibetan Buddhism and Gnostic Christianity. At first this may seem an odd pairing.
Both of these traditions and schools of thought have been influenced by and have in turn influenced many other traditions and schools of thought. Thus, our studies include and encompass much of what can generally be termed Eastern and Western spirituality, and especially those areas in which the two have influenced one another or even overlapped.
Yeshe (ཡེ་ཤེས་) is the Tibetan word for Wisdom, while Sophia (σοφία) is the Greek word for Wisdom. The latter is the root of the modern English word Philosophy from the Greek Philos-Sophia, meaning the Love of Wisdom.
Yeshe Tsogyal ("Wisdom Ocean") is the name of the historical woman who can rightly be called The Mother of Tibetan Buddhism, though she is often forgotten even by those who would consider themselves Tibetan Buddhist. Meanwhile, Sophia is the name of the goddess in the earliest forms of Christianity (later termed "Gnostic Christianity") who is also completely unknown by most Christians. The name Yeshe-Sophia, then, references the remembrance of and shedding of light upon such areas that have been forgotten or omitted by the often patriarchal mainstream of both East and West.
Yeshe-Sophia currently produces three podcasts:
To Be A Yogi focuses on Yoga specifically. Through this Podcast we interview authors, teachers, and other practitioners of Yoga, discussing the history of Yoga, its various forms, teaching Yoga, Yoga philosophy, and other related subjects. To subscribe and begin listening to this podcast, Click Here.
What Would Yeshe Do? focuses on Tibetan Buddhism specifically and is dedicated to Yeshe Tsogyal. To subscribe and begin listening to this podcast, Click Here.
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All of these are available through iTunes or any other podcasting platform.
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