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  1. The Art of Writing

    The Art of Writing

    Teachings of the Chinese Masters

    • edited by
    • Tony Barnstone,
    • Chou Ping
    The ancient Chinese regarded the written word as a transformative force able to move heaven and earth and unite the reader with the source of all things, the Tao. The power of writing, especially poetry, is celebrated here in short texts that present both practical instruction and spiritual insight: Lu Ji's essay in verse, "The Art of Writing," reveals the inner process every writer must go through in… Read More

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  2. The Blank Canvas

    The Blank Canvas

    Inviting the Muse

    • by
    • Anna Held Audette
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  3. No More Secondhand Art

    No More Secondhand Art

    Awakening the Artist Within

    • by
    • Peter London
    This book is about using art as an instrument of personal transformation, enabling us to move from an inherited to a chosen state of being. Peter London offers inspiration and fresh ideas to artists, art students, and art teachers—as well as to people who think they can't draw a straight line but want to explore the joys of creative expression. Inside every person, he believes, there is an original, creative… Read More

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  4. Japanese Bookbinding

    Japanese Bookbinding

    Instructions from a Master Craftsman

    • by
    • Kojiro Ikegami
    • edited by
    • Barbara B. Stephan
    A third-generation traditional bookbinder gives easy-to-follow instructions for making all the major, historically important styles of Japanese bindings as well as traditional book cases—the custom-made folding boxes that afford handsome protection for Japan's exquisite books. The authoritative text, written by one of Japan's leading professional bookbinders, has been fully adapted for Western readers. Both American and Japanese suppliers of traditional tools and materials are provided and substitutes are… Read More

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  5. Greek Vegetarian Cookery

    Greek Vegetarian Cookery

    • by
    • Jack Santa Maria
    From appetizers to cakes and desserts, these recipes combine the freshest ingredients—whole grain flour, olive oil, lemons, yogurt and cheese, wild herbs, among others—in ways that will tantalize the palates of both vegetarians and lovers of traditional Greek food. To complement the 200 recipes, the author outlines religious, historical, and other influences on Greek cuisine. He also relates anecdotes of his life in Greece and accounts of folk customs there.… Read More

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  6. Tassajara Cooking

    Tassajara Cooking

    • by
    • Edward Espe Brown
    When it was first issued, Tassajara Cooking became an overnight classic. Ed Brown's recipes for cooking—for learning to appreciate all the steps involved in making a meal, from selecting the ingredients to serving the finished dish—struck a chord with people who care about food and nutrition. This groundbreaking book, in a completely redesigned format, is just as timely and relevant today, more than thirty years later.… Read More

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  7. Traditional Indian Cookery

    Traditional Indian Cookery

    • by
    • Jack Santa Maria
    Here is a superb collection of recipes from across the Indian subcontinent. Each step in preparing Indian food is explained, in a simple manner that will produce delicious results. Recipes from many regions of India are presented. The author also provides a brief history of Indian culture, which explains the eating habits in different historical periods and how these are reflected in modern Indian cuisine. Recipes for Indian spices… Read More

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  8. The Way of the Actor

    The Way of the Actor

    A Path to Knowledge and Power

    • by
    • Brian Bates
    For thousands of years, in traditional societies around the world, actors were seen as the guardians of intuitive wisdom, and the way of the actor was a path to knowledge and power. Brian Bates believes that this is still the case today—that actors and actresses fulfill an important function in our culture as modern-day seers and shamans. He portrays the actor as a creator of visions who transports spectators out… Read More

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  9. Coloring Mandalas Collection
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