New York: Bell Tower, 2005. First edition. Going off to India in the late 1960's, a 19-year-old in search of the truth stumbles into the ashram of Shri Hari Puri Maharaj, the head of the most ancient oral tradition of yogi/shamans in the country. Hari Puri Baba proceeds to shave... More about BABA: AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BLUE-EYED YOGI
Ven. Bhikku Bodhi; Roger Lipsey; Nipun Mehta; Holly Howarth; Elena Wertenbaker; Alexandra Zaleski; Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee; Swami Swaroopananda; Jeff Zaleski (ed.).
2012. First edition. Contents: THE FIRE SERMON of The Buddha, translated by Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi: A fresh translation of an ancient teaching, REFLECTIONS ON THE FIRE SERMON by Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi: The world is on fire. What is to be done?, FIRST FIRES by Joseph Bruchac: Fire in American Indian... More about BURNING WORLD: PARABOLA, VOL. 37, NO. 1, SPRING 2012
Darien-Jones, 2017. In this book Ruth White sets out to explore the deeper nature of yoga, that which is described as union with the Divine. While giving some reference to asanas (physical postures), this book focuses more on how we are able to allow a positive change in our mental... More about PRESENCE; The Truth of Yoga