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  1. My Sweet Kitchen

    My Sweet Kitchen

    Recipes for Stylish Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Donuts, Cupcakes, and More--plus tutorials for distinctive decoration, styling, and photography

    • by
    • Linda Lomelino
    With an offset spatula laden with buttercream in one hand and a camera in the other, Linda Lomelino has made her mark as one of the most exciting recipe creators and food photographers in the world. My Sweet Kitchen, Linda's third cookbook, is bursting with many of her favorite recipes for cookies, cakes, pies, cupcakes, donuts, spoon desserts, and other sweet delights.Linda's desserts are renowned for their elegant blend of… Read More

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  2. Entering the Way of the Great Vehicle

    Entering the Way of the Great Vehicle

    Dzogchen as the Culmination of the Mahāyanā

    • by
    • Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo
    Rongzom Chökyi Zangpo, also known as Rongzompa, is considered one of the three great pillars of the original tradition of Buddhism, the Nyingma, that arrived in Tibet in the eighth century and still thrives today. He was a pioneer at systematizing the philosophical underpinnings of the variety of views and practices of Buddhism in India and Tibet. Surprisingly, only one other work of his is in English and it is… Read More

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    $29.95
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  3. The Heart of Centering Prayer

    The Heart of Centering Prayer

    Nondual Christianity in Theory and Practice

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    • Cynthia Bourgeault
    Cynthia Bourgeault claims that the salvation Jesus taught was in fact the perception of nonduality—and she’s becoming famous for how she backs up this claim quite reasonably, relying on the Bible, church fathers, and especially the Christian contemplative tradition.The notion of nondual Christianity doesn’t originate with her, of course, but she’s prominent as one of the more articulate voices making people aware of it today. In this new book, she… Read More

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    $16.95
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  4. Yoga FAQ

    Yoga FAQ

    Almost Everything You Need to Know about Yoga—from Asanas to Yamas

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    • Richard Rosen
    This collection of questions and answers explains the nuts and bolts of yoga philosophy and practice in a completely clear and readable way. Richard Rosen is known for his engaging teaching and writing style and in this book he gives pithy, accessible explanations of key apects of the tradition, such as:Yoga’s main texts, including the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutra, among othersYamas and niyamasThe subtle body—what it means and what… Read More

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    $17.95
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  5. A Guided Tour of Hell

    A Guided Tour of Hell

    A Graphic Memoir

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    • Samuel Bercholz
    Take a trip through the realms of hell with a man whose temporary visitor’s pass gave him a horrifying—and enlightening—preview of its torments. This true account of Sam Bercholz’s near-death experience has more in common with Dante’s Inferno than it does with any of the popular feel-good stories of what happens when we die. In the aftermath of heart surgery, Sam, a longtime Buddhist practitioner and teacher, is surprised to… Read More

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  6. A Torch Lighting the Way to Freedom
  7. The Buddha before Buddhism

    The Buddha before Buddhism

    Wisdom from the Early Teachings

    • by
    • Gil Fronsdal
    One of the earliest of all Buddhist texts, the Atthakavagga, or “Book of Eights,” is a remarkable document, not only because it comes from the earliest strain of the literature—before the Buddha, as the title suggests, came to be thought of as a “Buddhist”—but also because its approach to awakening is so simple and free of adherence to any kind of ideology. Instead the Atthakavagga points to a direct and… Read More

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    $18.95
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  8. Coloring for Insight

    Coloring for Insight

    A Mini Mandala Coloring Book

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    • Susanne F. Fincher
    Coloring mandalas is a creative activity that can help us feel connected to ourselves and our communities. With a focus on using mandalas as a way to claim our own truths and to find our way in the world, the designs in this book represent “being”—gaining a sense of balance, integration, and self-realization—and “doing”—taking action, building energy, and functioning in the world. Coloring the mandalas in this book allows you… Read More

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    $9.95
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  9. Knitting from the North

    Knitting from the North

    Original Designs Inspired by Nordic and Fair Isle Knitting Traditions

    • by
    • Hilary Grant
    Hilary Grant takes a thoroughly modern approach to Nordic knitting with this collection of thirty projects. With designs that are fresh, bold, and graphic, these geometric motifs give a contemporary spin to traditional colorwork patterns. With a range of accessories and sweaters there is something for everyone here: hats, cowls, fingerless mitts, sweaters, and more.The allure of colorwork tugs at the heart of all knitters. From traditional Fair Isle designs… Read More

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    $24.95
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  10. Mindful Games

    Mindful Games

    Sharing Mindfulness and Meditation with Children, Teens, and Families

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    • Susan Kaiser Greenland
    Playing games is a great way for kids to develop their focusing and attention skills and to become more mindful. Susan Kaiser Greenland has had a lot of success bringing mindfulness to the classroom, and in this book she shares her experience, showing how parents, caregivers, and teachers can cultivate these qualities at home or in a school setting. She includes fifty mindfulness games that develop what Greenland calls the… Read More

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    $16.95
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