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The Poetry of Yoga, Vol. 1 (E-BOOK) By HawaH
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The Poetry of Yoga is a modern day collection of poetry compiled and edited by artist, poet, and yogi HawaH. This first volume is distilled from over 1,500 pages of poetry, submitted from 16... More > countries. The Poetry of Yoga is an important platform for a new body of work serving to expand the literary tradition of yoga to include the cultural perspective of the 21st century. Featured writers in Volume 1 include: Shiva Rea, Rod Stryker, Lilias Folan, Krishna Das, Sharon Gannon, Joseph Goldstein, Sianna Sherman, Judith Lasater, Aadil Palkhivala, Douglas Brooks, Chuck Miller, Erich Schiffman, Swami Ramananda, Doug Swenson, Leza Lowitz, Michael Stone, Tias Little, Climbing Poetree, and many more. 50% of ALL book sales are donated to the non-profit "One Common Unity." Their pioneering work brings non-violence through arts & music to inner-city youth.< Less
The Poetry Of Yoga (Vol. 1) By HawaH
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The Poetry of Yoga is a modern day collection of poetry compiled and edited by artist, poet, and yogi HawaH. This first volume is distilled from over 1,500 pages of poetry, submitted from 16... More > countries. This ground breaking book is an important platform for a new body of work serving to expand the literary tradition of yoga to include the cultural perspective of the 21st century. Featured writers in Volume 1 include: Rod Stryker, Lilias Folan, Krishna Das, Sharon Gannon, Joseph Goldstein, Sianna Sherman, Judith Lasater, Aadil Palkhivala, Douglas Brooks, Chuck Miller, Shiva Rea, Erich Schiffman, Swami Ramananda, Doug Swenson, Leza Lowitz, Michael Stone, Tias Little, Climbing Poetree, and many more. 50% of ALL book sales are donated to the non-profit organization, One Common Unity. Their pioneering work brings non-violence through arts & music to inner-city youth. For information on discounted bulk purchases for studios please email: poetryofyoga@gmail.com< Less
The Poetry of Yoga (Vol. 2) Ebook By HAWAH
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The Poetry of Yoga is a ground-breaking book anthology expanding the literary tradition of yoga to include the cultural perspective of the 21st century. A modern day collection compiled &... More > edited by artist, poet, and yogi HAWAH, this 2nd volume is distilled from over 2,300 pages of poetry, submitted from 19 countries. Yoga Journal calls it, "Perfect for solitary contemplation and full of yogic wisdom." Volume 2 has 150+ poets, contains a special foreword from Sharon Gannon & features writing from: Hemalyaa Behl, Jeffrey Cohen, Seane Corn, Angela Farmer, Ana Forrest, Dr. James Gordon, Judyth Hill, Faith Hunter, Victor Van Kooten, Prem Lakhoti, Jason Nemer, Panda, John Schumacher, Cameron Shayne, MC Yogi, and many more! Our Ebook Exclusive contains audio tracks from the likes of Dave Stringer, Alanna Kaivalya, & David Newman; as well as poetry from Julia Butterfly Hill. In addition, 50% of ALL book sales are donated to the non-profit organization, One Common Unity. It's a gift for the ages.< Less
The Poetry of Yoga (Vol. 2) By HAWAH
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The Poetry of Yoga is a ground-breaking book anthology expanding the literary tradition of yoga to include the cultural perspective of the 21st century. A modern day collection compiled and edited... More > by artist, poet, and yogi HAWAH, this second volume is distilled from over 2,300 pages of poetry, submitted from 19 countries. Shiva Rea describes it as, "A great victory." Yoga Journal says, "Perfect for solitary contemplation and full of yogic wisdom." Volume 2 contains a special foreword from Sharon Gannon and features writing from: Hemalyaa Behl, Jeffrey Cohen, Seane Corn, Angela Farmer, Ana Forrest, Dr. James Gordon, Judyth Hill, Faith Hunter, Alanna Kaivalya, Prem Lakhoti, Jason Nemer, David Newman, John Schumacher, Cameron Shayne, Dave Stringer, MC Yogi, and many more! 50% of ALL book sales are donated to the non-profit organization, One Common Unity. Their work brings non-violence through arts & music to inner-city youth. For discounted bulk purchases email: poetryofyoga@gmail.com< Less
Sync My World: The Middle Man & the Middle Way SK SK (2nd Edition) By Rodney St.Michael
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People universally worship the Oedipus complex through gods such as Yah, the son of Allah, and Hawah, Allah's wife. When Yah, a snake deity, tongues the Burning Bush of Hawah, a tree goddess, their... More > union is symbolized by the menorah. Together, they are called "Yahweh" today. The female child has a similar instinct, visually evident through the Crescent and Star, symbolizing Sin, the bisexual moon deity, and Easter, the Superstar (Venus). They are aspects of the sky god Allah, representing a daughter's attachment to her mother-father. The Oedipal force for both genders is most prominent among browns and females, especially bisexuals, but it is innate in everyone's unconscious mind. As part of Easter's five archetypes or political identities, it is the source of all conflict. How do we manage this force and the resulting conflict?< Less
Gherold By Clifford Vander Yacht
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He was a boy who loved steam engines, and was a hundred years out of date and fifty years away from home. At fourteen, Gherold (pronounced Jerold) didn’t like the idea of actually traveling in... More > space, but he was interested in science, especially steam engines. His home planet, Hawah, was a hundred years behind Earth, using space travel to keep them up to date, so the steam engines he knew were the high wheeled, 4-4-0, American type. Two years later he is exactly where he didn’t want to be: a boy right out of 1890 plunked into Pennsylvania during the summer of 1991. His future looked bleak. Returning spacecraft were crashing back on his home planet; Explorers like him often were found out and killed; and a distant uncle of his had committed suicide because the spacecraft couldn’t take him back home. Could he survive as a stable boy with his wooden shoes? Would he be able to complete his mission of learning all about steam engines? Would he be able to return home a year later? This is his story.< Less