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Book Review: Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi

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by Brian Leaf New World Library Having a child means that life as you know it is over. Or at least that is what parents tell expecting couples who nod politely, never really knowing what that means until they are […]

Book Review: Guruji’s Gift

June2014MediaGuru

by Alanna Zabel  Illustrations by Mary-Margaret Mitchell AZIAM Books Some of the most lasting childhood memories are shaped by books. Do you remember that feeling of awe inspired by a magical tale, or of being instantly transported to a faraway […]

Book Review – Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality

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By: Chris Grosso Beyond Words   Author Chris Grosso is a musician covered in tattoos; a recovering addict well-versed in what it means to look inside oneself and be at peace. Indie is divided into “sides;” an homage to Grosso’s […]

Book Review – Healing: A Vibrational Exchange

May2014MediaWah

by: Wah! Wah! knows something about healing, and she masterfully shares that knowledge in these pages. In her experience, healing relates to how we interact vibrationally with the world in which we live—with all of our senses, in all aspects […]

Book Review – Tipping Sacred Cows by Betsy Chasse

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Tipping Sacred Cows by Betsy Chasse Atria/Simon & Schuster Betsy Chasse, best known as the co-creator of What The Bleep Do We Know?!, takes us on another kind of spiritual journey in these pages: a journey that encourages us to […]

Diary of a Traveling Monk Volume XI

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By Indradyumna Swami Torchlight Publishing Inc. “Preach boldly and have faith in the Holy Names!” were personal directions Swami Prabhupada, founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, gave to HH Indradyumna Swami. Following these instructions, Indradyumna Swami entered the […]

“Food for the Soul” by Steven Rosen

Food for the Soul by Steve Rosen

Food for the Soul is a collection of ten essays by ten authors speaking from their hearts about vegetarianism as it relates to Yogic traditions. Some non-vegetarian Yogin readers may find the book’s repeated inquiry, “Can you be a Yogin […]

“US” by Lisa Oz

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Lisa Oz may be known as the wife of ubiquitous physician Dr. Mehmet Oz, but her written work proves that she is a force to be reckoned with who has a set of valuable thoughts about how we can cultivate […]

Yoga and the Written Word

Every year Yoga transforms the lives of hundreds of average Americans. But in 2011 a significant number of yogi writers opened up their hearts to reveal their own intimate journey. They chronicled their experience with pen in hand, sharing their […]

Book Reviews

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Philosophy Bites is a collection of short conversations with twenty-five prominent philosophers ranging over topics from animal rights, to philosophy, multiculturalism, architecture and atheism. Of particular interest is John Cottingham on what constitutes a meaningful life. He claims that a […]

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