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The word practical means "applied, not merely theoretical." Thus, practical spirituality is something experienced and lived. This new course will describe how to live an essentially practical approach to religion: how to experience what is described in the scriptures of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Christianity. Structurally, we will utilize the simple and effective approach of Yoga as taught by Krishna in the Bhagavad-gita, and Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. This is not a course of theory, belief, supposition, guesswork, or fantasy. Instead, the student will learn how to awaken their own perception of reality, and transform their experience of living, by setting aside harmful and useless behviors, and adopting behaviors that benefit themselves and others. In the first lecture, we learn about practical point of view of the course, and how to begin utilizing it in our daily lives: through using consciousness, attention, awareness. We also begin learning about how Krishna, the great teacher of Yoga, explained the three brains and how to use them spiritually: Karma Yoga: the path of work Bhakti Yoga: the path of devotion Jnana Yoga: the path of self-analysis and knowledge Raja Yoga: the path of psychic control Finally, we also study the eight steps of Raja Yoga (Ashtanga), as taught by Patanjali. The eight steps are: Yama: self-restraint Niyama: precepts Asana: posture; relaxation Pranayama: harnessing of life force Pratyahara: suspension of senses Dharana: concentration Dhyana: meditation Samadhi: super-conscious state, blissfulness, ecstasy
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Thomas Chippas Welcome to this special edition of The Algorithmic Trading Podcast, brought to you by Voices in Business,nbsp;focusing on Low Latency. As the subject of latency has come up repeatedly in this series of interviews, we decided to ask Thomas Chippas, Deutsche Bank's Head of Autobahn Equity, North America back onto the show for a deeper dive into the topic. In this conversation with Greg Grimer and Mike O'Hara of Voices in Business, Thomas discusses why low latency is so important, some of the causes and types of latency, issues with measuring and monitoring it andnbsp;some of the ways it can be reduced. Show notes for this episode: 00:08 - Introduction 01:24 - Some background and history 02:18 - At what point did latency become an issue? 04:01 - The diverse business drivers for reducing latency 07:36 - Orders versus market data 08:40 - The exponential growth of option data 09:26 - Managing real-time position risk 10:38 - Dangers of quote mitigation 11:32 - Causes and types of latency, #38; where it is introduced 15:32 - Piecemeal versus big-bang approach to reducing latency 18:22 - Measuring and monitoring latency 21:44 - Visualisation tools #38; heat maps 22:14 - Consistency #38; reliability versus outright speed 23:29 - FIX, FAST #38; other industry standards 25:55 - Proximity hosting and co-location 29:25 - What Telco #38; network providers are doing 30:57 - Do latency reduction initiatives justify the cost? 31:45 - Potential operational risks inherent in low-latency strategies 34:48 - End of interview and wrap-up We welcome all feedback, so please leave a comment here on the website, call us to leave an audio comment on +44 (0) 20 7193 1295, or send a message to email@example.com. Listen Now: To listen to the podcast right now, click on the player icon below (may require registration).