have offered us guidance and awareness. These books are recommendations
we felt you would enjoy reading recreationally and others are offered
for your personal practice. We hope you find them as enjoyable as we
have. If you have any of your favorite books you would like to share
with us please let us know by emailing us.
Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the
Spirit by Ana T. Forrest. The metroplex was honored to have this yogi
in town at Sanctuary Yoga in Fort Worth in January for workshops and
classes. Her wisdom on yoga and healing is a combination of physical
exercises, ancient wisdom from the east while adding a flare of Native
American influence. The book is part a personal story with words of
encouragement to motivate with what she has been able to overcome. It
comes complete with yoga exercises, poses and guides us to reconnect
with our inner selves, find balance and live in peace with the spirit.
average yoga book. In this book, the author gives an entire overview of
yoga. It talks about the history, explains in detail what it is and, of
course, how yoga can influence your life. It is a mini yoga text book
using pictures to explain poses with proper postures. The book makes a
great guide from those who are beginners to those who want to revisit
the basics. The author designed this book to show the immense world of
yoga while discussing our energy flow and offering mantras.
books on Buddha that you could possibly read. It is the life long story
of Buddha’s enlightenment and the author has a style that weaves you
personally into the journey. Any person of any faith will enjoy and
benefit from this read. Buddha’s story comes alive and moves your heart
as it is written by one of the most inspirational spiritual guides of
our time. Once you start, it is difficult to put it down. The book is
destined to become a movie.
at Vegan and Holistic festivals by the Hare Krishna temple in Dallas.
The book is short and sweet and gives a fascinating overview of how the
Hare Krishna’s became popular in the 60’s and 70’s across the world. It
is based on the teachings of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada who
came to the United States with very little money in his pocket and
immersed himself in the 60’s counter culture. He quickly became a
celebrity with his mantra meditation, his instant following and his
famous friends. The book includes interviews of George Harrison and
John Lennon about being Hare Krishna followers and how they incorporated
the mantras into their music. It was very interesting and gives a new
meaning to the mantra Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare
Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.