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“In Ostad Elahi’s footsteps” – 28 days straight on OstadElahi inPractice

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After the success of the “One day, one Maxim – 28 days straight” lab, which was based on the volume entitled 100 Maxims of Guidance, OstadElahi-inPractice is about to launch a new lab that will follow the same dynamic and intensive format. This time, each day of the 28-day period will be devoted to meditating upon and putting into practice one of the sayings selected from Words of Truth (draft of the forthcoming English translation of Ostad Elahi’s oral teachings originally presented in the Persian book Bargozideh).

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The new and improved e-OstadElahi mobile app is here!

By - Sep 17, 2016 - Category Articles
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One year after its release, e-OstadElahi has revamped its mobile app to provide a more pleasant browsing experience and new features.
What’s new? A lighter and more refined design, with improved visuals, makes browsing and reading easier and more comfortable.
A more comprehensive menu makes it easier to access all the available posts. You already had the option to navigate through the site by selecting a tag or a category. You may now also access, directly from the menu, all our news articles, all the pools, as well as all the articles containing videos.

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New features on OstadElahi inPractice

By - Jun 30, 2016 - Category Articles
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OstadElahi inPractice just released some new features aimed at enriching its users’ experience, in particular with regard to the “One day, one Maxim – 28 days straight” lab. Shared exercises As promised when the lab was launched, a few of the numerous exercises shared by users over the past few months now appear below each maxim, providing a useful resource to all those looking for inspiration when defining their personal exercise.

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“One day, one Maxim – 28 days straight”: new 100% action lab on OstadElahi inPractice

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In reference to his approach to the path of spiritual perfection, Ostad Elahi once said “This is not a path of words, but of deeds; only through action can progress be achieved”. This idea lead to the creation over a year ago of the website OstadElahi inPractice. It has now inspired the design of a “100% action express lab” entitled “One day, one Maxim – 28 days straight”. This new lab, based on a volume entitled 100 Maxims of Guidance first published in 1995 on the occasion of Ostad Elahi’s centennial, will be launched in the next few days on OstadElahi inPractice.

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[News] e-OstadElahi mobile app available now!

By - Sep 19, 2015 - Category Articles
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The e-OstadElahi.com app will allow you to access all the articles published on e-OstadElahi.com from your smartphone or tablet, wherever you are, even if you do not have access to the internet. Its simple and intuitive navigation system will allow you to easily find all the articles you might be interested in. You will also be able to save your favorite articles directly on your mobile or tablet to access them even faster. How does it work?
The app opens on a screen showing the list of all the articles in reverse chronological order (newest articles at the top). On iOS (coming soon on Android), a search bar at the top of the screen allows for a simple search (by terms contained in the articles) through all the articles.

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[News] Video of a “Sunday at the Met” dedicated to the Art of Ostad Elahi

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A lecture and a series of concerts presented on 16 November 2014 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in conjunction with the exhibition The Sacred Lute: The Art of Ostad Elahi are now available in video on the website of the museum. This “Sunday at the Met” features an introduction by Ken Moore, Curator in Charge of the Department of Musical Instruments, a lecture by Jean During, Director of Research at the Centre de Recherche en Ethnomusicologie and performances by the Garcia-Fons Quartet and Parissa and Ensemble.

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[News] Nested comments on e-ostadelahi.com

By - Dec 20, 2014 - Category Articles
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In order to provide its readers a more interactive participatory experience, e-ostadelahi.com is introducing nested comments: you may now reply directly to a comment by clicking on the “Reply to this comment” link. It thus becomes easier to follow the discussion.

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[News] Clive Bell in The Wire on Ostad Elahi’s music

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The musician, composer and writer Clive Bell dedicates his November column in the British music magazine The Wire to Ostad Elahi’s music and the current exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “The Sacred Lute: The Art of Ostad Elahi”.

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NYC-ARTS: a tour of the exhibition “The Sacred Lute: The Art of Ostad Elahi”

NYC Arts - The Sacred Lute, The Art of Ostad Elahi

Ken Moore, Curator in charge of the Department of Musical Instruments at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, gives a tour of the exhibition “The Sacred Lute: The Art of Ostad Elahi” on NYC-ARTS’s latest episode.

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The science of (after)life: new developments

By - Oct 13, 2014 - Category Articles
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The academic journal Resuscitation recently published the results of a large-scale international study involving 2060 cardiac arrest patients. Sponsored by the University of Southampton (United Kingdom), the study was conducted by a medical research team under the direction of Dr. Sam Parnia, the author of Erasing Death: the Science that is Rewriting the Boundaries between Life and Death. Among the cases reported, the most disturbing are those—very numerous—of patients considered to be “brain-dead”, but who reported, once resuscitated, states of consciousness and even perceptions that seem to have taken place while they were suspended between life and death. The neurosurgeon Eben Alexander gave an account of his own spectacular experience in his 2012 best-selling book Proof of Heaven. It has become clear that such cases are not so uncommon, and they are now also better understood. According to the article published in Resuscitation, one case of verifiable conscious awareness was even attested to in the absence of any clinical evidence of brain activity.

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