Jacob Kyle explores the concept of "sankalpa", which means "intention; will; resolve; aim, volition". The concept refers to our capacity to mobilize our practice and life according to a certain principle or truth.
Jacob Kyle explores the concept of "viveka", which means "discrimination" or "discernment". The concept refers to our capacity to discern between what is true and not true, between the real and the unreal.
Jacob Kyle explores the concept of "jnana" as more than simply "knowledge" in the traditional sense, but knowledge as an experiential kind of knowing.
Jacob Kyle explores "namaste" as "the divine within me bows to the divine within you. And also challenges a common interpretation as "the light within me bows to the light within you."
Jacob Kyle explains the syllable AUM as pranava mantra, the mantra of cosmic sound. He also unpacks how AUM corresponds to the four states of awareness, Jagrat, Svapna, Shushupti and Turya.
Jacob Kyle explores the concept of "sunyata", translated as "emptiness", "voidness", "vacuity", or "openness". He discusses how this is a useful conceptual tool to connect us with the fullness of Being.