Brigham And Buddha: Eastern Practices And Philosophies That Enhance Our Mormon Spiritual Lives

As suggested by the term “active” applied to fully engaged Latter-day Saints, Mormons are often characterized as emphasizing “doing” over “being.” The sensibilities and practices of many Eastern traditions reverse this emphasis, encouraging adherents to be “still,” to separate in various ways from the hustle and bustle of life. This session features Latter-day Saints who have found that meditative and other spiritual practices of the East have enhanced their Mormon lives.

Dan Wotherspoon, Phil McLemore, Edwin B. Firmage, John T. Kesler, and Edwin Firmage Jr.