Conversation With George Pitagorsky: Meditation, Religion and Philosophy

Posted on Friday, Jun 26, 2020
George Pitagorsky, who teaches mindfulness meditation in the non-dual and Buddhist traditions, speaks with me about religion and faith, philosophy and reason, and where meditation fits in. We also discuss the roles of community, humility and practice in apprehending the transcendental and living the moral life. George offers courses and other content at his website self-awareliving.com.

Show Notes

George Pitagorsky, who teaches mindfulness meditation in the non-dual and Buddhist traditions, speaks with me about religion and faith, philosophy and reason, and where meditation fits in. We also discuss the roles of community, humility and practice in apprehending the transcendental and living the moral life. George offers courses and other content at his website self-awareliving.com.

Guests

George Pitagorsky

George Pitagorsky

George Pitagorsky is author of three books on project management, and teacher of countless classes on meditation over multiple decades. He has also worked as a Chief Information Officer and Enterprise Architect at the Dept. of Education in NYC, where he lives. George offers courses and other content on mindfulness and process thinking at self-awareliving.com.

Hosts

Deepak Subburam

Deepak Subburam

Deepak Subburam has worked in quantitative finance and done research in machine-learning. He currently photographs the streets for their beauty, and reads philosophy. He holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. Deepak lives in New York, NY.