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dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Oct.24.2011
It's no secret that millions of Americans have left the church. According to the ARIS survey, an estimated 35 million Americans consider themselves spiritual, but have given up on religion. And yet, some of our country's most prominent spiritual authors – Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle – are selling...
leza-lowitz's picture
Sep.21.2008
160 spiritually significant Sanskrit words for yoga, spirituality and meditation.
leza-lowitz's picture
Sep.21.2008
Groundbreaking collection of yoga-inspired poetry. Hardcover and paperback editions. French an Farsi translations also available. Editor's pick from Yoga Journal.
vijaya-schartz's picture
Sep.17.2008
To scatter her brother's ashes over the Narmada River, Fabienne leaves France for the mysterious India of her childhood dreams. Soon, as she awakens to a newfound spirituality, unexpected visions of a former life during the Raj stir ancient yearnings for a long lost passion. Mukunda, the palace...
brian-mckee's picture
Apr.25.2008
On her guide dog's twenty-second birthday, Carol Sheaves took him for a walk as she had many times before. This time however, as she turned the third corner for the third time a voice beckoned her to release the dog so he could be congratulated for living such a long and...
carolyn-north's picture
Jan.30.2008
Based on the author's experience as a midwife for servant families in North India, this story revolves around an impoverished servant family, and an all-night ceremony of flute ragas on the banks of the Ganges. In the summer season, a young man dies; in the monsoon season, his widow gives birth...
cheryl-l-snell's picture
Jan.15.2008
Comstock Review calls Epithalamion "a 64 page collection with an unusual binding. Inside it’s vintage Snell but more surreal, and with more Hindu content and themes. Again, she stuns us with her imagery." This volume includes seven linocuts by the artist Janet Snell.