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  1. Sparks of Divinity

    Sparks of Divinity

    The Teachings of B. K. S. Iyengar

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    • B. K. S. Iyengar
    • edited by
    • Noëlle Perez-Christiaens
    Sparks of Divinity is a collection of the teachings of yoga master B. K. S. Iyengar first published in a French-English bilingual edition in 1976. The material for this book was gathered and compiled by Noëlle Perez-Christiaens from class notes and correspondence during the formative years of Iyengar’s international career. The entries cover the period from the late 1950s, when Iyengar was invited by Yehudi Menuin to teach in Gstaad,… Read More

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  2. Close to the Ground

    Close to the Ground

    Reflections on the Seven Factors of Enlightenment

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    • Geri Larkin
    After the bliss and emptiness we might be lucky enough to experience along our spiritual path, what’s left are the karmic knots of conditioning that still need to be undone if we are going to be of any genuine help to anybody. Untying them is the work of spiritual warriors: that is, all of us. The seven factors of enlightenment are a means to loosen these knots, all the while… Read More

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  3. Yoga for Healthy Feet

    Yoga for Healthy Feet

    Practice from the Ground Up

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    • Donald Moyer
    In Yoga for Healthy Feet, Donald Moyer shares his insights into working with the feet and ankles gained through forty years of teaching yoga. This book includes:Anatomy and architecture of the feet, as understood from a yogic perspectivePrinciples for aligning and balancing the feetSuggestions for addressing common problems, such as foot cramps, sprained ankles, hammer toes, bunions, and plantar fasciitisDescriptions of twenty-five poses that most concern the feet, with an… Read More

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  4. Being Upright

    Being Upright

    Zen Meditation and the Bodhisattva Precepts

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    • Tenshin Reb Anderson
    Being Upright takes us beyond the conventional interpretation of ethical precepts to the ultimate meaning that informs them. Reb Anderson first introduces us to the fundamental ideas of Zen Buddhist practice. Who was Shakyamuni Buddha and what was his central teaching? What does it mean to be a bodhisattva and take the bodhisattva vow? Why should we confess and acknowledge our ancient twisted karma? What is the significance of taking… Read More

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  5. The Practice of Freedom

    The Practice of Freedom

    Aikido Principles as a Spiritual Guide

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    • Wendy Palmer
    Drawing on the poetic wisdom of the Tao Te Ching, American sensei Wendy Palmer translates the powerful teachings of aikido for use in everyday life. With poignant reflections on her own life, including teaching inmates in a woman's federal prison, she describes how we can regain our sense of freedom, vitality, and integrity when under the duress of life's "attacks" by transforming our negativity into budo, or unconditional love.The Practice… Read More

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  6. Natural Bravery

    Natural Bravery

    Fear and Fearlessness as a Direct Path of Awakening

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    • Gaylon Ferguson
    Increasingly, we seem to live in a culture of fear, amid threats of terrorism, violence, environmental disasters, and distrust in our leaders. Fear and groundlessness are pervasive, but according to Buddhist teacher Gaylon Ferguson, it is the very potency of this fear that makes it such a powerful tool for personal and cultural transformation. Natural Bravery offers wise and pointed teachings for helping us to look at fear with immediacy… Read More

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