The writer’s job, says Pico Iyer, is to watch his moods and thoughts, as captivating yet passing as the seasons, and decide which are worth sharing.
Reviews of Books from July 2008.
Love all beings? Love even one? Either way, your heart breaks open. Susan Piver ponders the choiceless choices.
Well-known yoga teacher Desirée Rumbaugh offers a short series of poses that will improve your sitting practice.
Yoga becomes a complete spiritual path when we join the familiar postures of hatha yoga with the meditative practices of rajah yoga.
Andrea Miller profiles five teachers who combine hatha yoga and Buddhist meditation. Is this the perfect mind–body practice?
Tom Robbins on the Zen rebels, Sufi saints, and wild yogis who fight conventional mind with humor, outrageousness, and paradox.
The practice of meditation is a journey of return to who we really are, says Zen teacher Norman Fischer. We come home to the body.
Prominent Buddhist teacher and psychologist Jack Kornfield proposes a new psychology, one based not on a model of sickness but on Buddhism’s belief in the inherent nobility, beauty, and freedom of human nature.
Photojournalist Aaron Huey has seen terrible things through the lens of his camera. Then he visited Molly Howitt’s yoga class for orphan boys.