Bill Dorigan regularly presents talks and workshops to organizations on the subjects of mindfulness and how yoga philosophy and practices can be incorporated into our every day life, whether in the office, workplace, at home, or in the community. Below is a list of outlines for some of those talks. Feel free to download and copy any of these outlines for personal or educational uses.
What Is Success?
What does a truly successful life look like?
Yoga as a Path to a Life of Well-Being
How yoga can help us fill our life with what matters
Our True Nature
Who are we?
The Creation Story and Maya
A viewpoint of how we came to be.
Tattvas in the Material World
An invaluable tool for creating a life well lived.
Identifying the flavors of life.
How We Connect–Whether We Know It Or Not
Introduction to the cybernetic network of circuitry
that connects us to each other
Intro to Subtle Body–Prana, Kundalini, and Nadis
Moving from our outer world to our inner world
Deep into the Subtle Body
Exploring our inner sheaths–the Koshas
Intro to the Chakras
How to use what we know of the Subtle Body
First, Second, Third Chakras
From foundation to personal expression
Fourth through Seventh Chakras
Fully opening the channel to a life well lived
_A few examples of how to strengthen and restore Chakras
Intro to Patanjali's Yoga Sutras
A brief overview of Patanjali’s path to a live well lived
The First Pada
The nature of how we think
The First Pada: Part 2
The First Pada: Part 3
The Second Pada: Part 1
Kriya-Yoga, the yoga of action, and the Kleshas –
five impediments to a life well lived
The Second Pada: Part 2
Karma, frustration, and freedom
The Second Pada: Part 3
Intro to Astanga Yoga – the eight-limbed path of yoga
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Bill is a trial attorney and a certified Anusara yoga teacher who has immersed himself in yoga philosophy, studying extensively with Dr. Douglas Brooks, Sally Kempton, Dr. Paul Muller Ortega, among others. After completing a Master's Degree in Human Development focused on correlating yoga philosophy and practices with Western behavioral psychology, Bill released a book on the every day application of yoga philosophy--Findng the Midline: How Yoga Helps Even a Trial Lawyer Make Friends and Connect to Spirit, available on Amazon, among other places, as well as this website. Bill is a regular lecturer on how the lessons of yoga can be used to create a more meaningful, flourishing life.