Buy not to consume, but rather to support;
for wealth is one's ability to do without
Simplifying Sanskrit Chant is designed to allow anyone access to the art of chanting. The intention of this offering is to bring each one of us a bit closer to who we truly are in the spirit of playfulness, ease, fun, and curiosity. It's the perfect tool for yoga teachers who want to chant in class; enjoy. Chants & Translations
Learning To Listen: Simplifying Spiritual Practice is a clear simplification of the tools needed to live a conscious life. For anyone interested in deepening their relationship to themselves and others, this body of
knowledge is indispensable. This collection of timeless wisdom will not only bring you to a more clear sense of your life’s purpose, but will also reveal to you the ‘path’ necessary to
arrive at fulfilling this purpose. Learning To Listen is by no means comprehensive in it’s effort to
collect history’s wisdom, but it does act as a wonderful springboard from which to plunge oneself into the next phase of personal growth – for
there is truly only one moment when the opportunity to awaken is present; and that moment is now. ORDER NOW
NOTE: This book's function and purpose is three-fold; it is an introduction, a reference, and a journal - there are thirty blank pages for you to record notes on your intentions and the effects of your practice. This design helps to support that in each of us which is curious and innocent, which is a student and scientist, that which is a poet and artist.
Meditation Vinyasa Yoga is designed to support a yogi’s daily asana practice. Its focus is to provide tools that help cultivate and collect awareness in our breath, and thus allow us insight into the practice of yoga as a whole – physically, mentally, emotionally, and energetically.
Poetic Listening aims at capturing in words that which is beyond the words themselves. The interplay between sections that flow freely, and those that intentionally 'bog' the reader down, is a deliberate attempt at showing that the idea of 'flow', a fluidity with regards to the experiencing of all experiences, is ever-present. It is ultimately up to each one of us whether or not we participate in this, the only 'now experience' that is our life. Poetic Listening not only succeeds at pointing to the experience of meditation in the way a sign points to a given idea or action, but also exists as a meditation itself, in the way a symbol embodies that which it references.