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The Tale of the Wandering Monk By Jim Stewart
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A photo essay about the Garden of the Four Monks at the Zymoglyphic Museum, and the adventures of one of the monks traveling a miniature world of nature and art.
Shugendō the Way of the Mountain Monks By Shokai Koshikidake et al.
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The white-clad wandering Japanese Yamabushi monks are mysterious, mystical figures, Known for their magical abilities and contact with supernatural spirits and deities. Far away from civilization... More > they practice their methods of training called Shugendo (magical powers through trial). These secret methods of spiritual attainment involves meditation training, sutras, pilgrimage and hardships that most mortals couldn’t bear. Standing under freezing waterfalls, walking on hot coals, fasting for days on end, learning to overcome the pain of chili and mustard smoke in confined spaces. The monks are known for amazing feats such as being able to sit in a cauldron of boiling water, run up ladders made of sword blades and being able to spend up to 7 days without food or water, or walk for 1000 days without a rest. They are said to be able to travel in the spirit to different realms. The Yamabushi live in total harmony with nature and with the spirits of nature called Kami.< Less
SHUGENDŌ The Way of the Mountain Monks By Shokai Koshikidake et al.
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The white-clad wandering Japanese Yamabushi monks are mysterious, mystical figures, Known for their magical abilities and contact with supernatural spirits and deities. Far away from civilization... More > they practice their methods of training called Shugendo (magical powers through trial). These secret methods of spiritual attainment involves meditation training, sutras, pilgrimage and hardships that most mortals couldn’t bear. Standing under freezing waterfalls, walking on hot coals, fasting for days on end, learning to overcome the pain of chili and mustard smoke in confined spaces. The monks are known for amazing feats such as being able to sit in a cauldron of boiling water, run up ladders made of sword blades and being able to spend up to 7 days without food or water, or walk for 1000 days without a rest. They are said to be able to travel in the spirit to different realms. The Yamabushi live in total harmony with nature and with the spirits of nature called Kami.< Less
The Sacred Wanderer By Ravi Dass
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This spiritual memoir is by one of the first American devotees of the guru Neem Karoli Baba made famous by Ram Dass in the classic Be Here Now. Ravi Dass starts his quest right after college in 1964... More > at the urging of Allen Ginsberg to go to India for spiritual awakening. It will take you on an extraordinary journey from living with the great saints of India to working for the largest companies in the world like IBM, HP, Grey Advertising and Young & Rubicam managing multimillion-dollar budgets. Ravi Dass encountered Baba Ram Dass when he was a monk at Ganeshpuri, the ashram of the controversial guru of Eat, Pray, Love fame in 1970. After meeting Ram Dass he asked to be taken to his guru Maharaji in the Himalayas. From that moment on, this book interweaves the odyssey of a long time seeker with the mysterious hand of Maharaji that guided him for the next forty years from householder to Maui. Neem Karoli Baba considered Ravi Dass the actual incarnation of the 15th century Indian Saint Raidas.< Less
The Sacred Wanderer By Ravi Dass
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This spiritual memoir is by one of the first American devotees of the guru Neem Karoli Baba made famous by Ram Dass in the classic Be Here Now. Ravi Dass starts his quest right after college in 1964... More > at the urging of Allen Ginsberg to go to India for spiritual awakening. It will take you on an extraordinary journey from living with the great saints of India to working for the largest companies in the world like IBM, HP, Grey Advertising and Young & Rubicam managing multimillion-dollar budgets. Ravi Dass encountered Baba Ram Dass when he was a monk at Ganeshpuri, the ashram of the controversial guru of Eat, Pray, Love fame in 1970. After meeting Ram Dass he asked to be taken to his guru Maharaji in the Himalayas. From that moment on, this book interweaves the odyssey of a long time seeker with the mysterious hand of Maharaji that guided him for the next forty years from householder to Maui. Neem Karoli Baba considered Ravi Dass the actual incarnation of the 15th century Indian Saint Raidas.< Less
Wanderings, Volume 9 -- 2020 Calendar By Malcolm Smith
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Wanderings is an annual collection of miscellaneous photographs. The only unifying theme is that I like the photographs, and cannot fit them into another calendar. Or, I can fit them into another... More > calendar and I want to use them again anyway. Volume 9 was published for the first time for 2016.< Less
The Return of the Wanderer; A Man’s Journey to Find His Soul By John Waligorski
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At some point in our life we will feel a void deep within us, as though something were missing that prevents us from being whole. Setting out, we go on a search to find that missing piece that would... More > once again make us complete. This is our journey and it takes a life time to find what we are looking for. We long for it even though we are not sure what it is that we long for. It is always there deep within our heart. It calls to us to find it. It beckons us forward when we tire, for it knows that we are only exiles in this world and we cannot rest until we find it.< Less
At The Heart of Ayurvedic Massage - A Look at India By Alida Dal Degan
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This book is a manual with photographs that passes on the art of Ayurvedic Massage as practised by the Wandering Monks, an ancient discipline that uses techniques that are different from those... More > practised in Ayurvedic clinics and taught in Western schools, which today risks being lost. The reader is taken on a journey to learn more about this ancient manual discipline with the help of sacred scriptures and by traditional Indian medical texts. It is a useful book for people receiving massage or Ayurevedic medicine treatments that helps them understand a little more in depth what lies at the heart of all therapeutic treatments. It is a textbook for the increasing number of students of Ayurveda, whether they be future therapists or doctors. And finally it is a book for travellers, for all those who want to get to know the most profound and unique aspects of Indian culture; the tale of a journey whose central notion is the only truly important journey: the interior one.< Less
Seeker the Role Playing Game By Brian St.Claire-King
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They come from every walk of life. There are humble Christian monks, passionate artists, logical scientists, intense shamans and more. Some studied various philosophies and mystical systems for... More > years before embarking on the path, others just woke up one morning and decided to make a change. They are young and old, rich and poor. Some are powerful and influential. Some are fugitives, on the run from the law. What they all have in common is that each has decided to throw himself or herself headfirst into the search for wisdom, self-improvement and power. Each has decided that, rather than pursuing one specific dogma, they will travel the world learning from every person and every experience, in essence letting the universe teach them what it will. Each has developed powerful abilities and each has discovered that the world is a much more complicated, much more dangerous and much more wonderful place than they had ever imagined. Seeker is a complete Role Playing Game using the ORC-L rule system.< Less
The Spirit of Rome By Lavone Lajoie
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such spirts from the rock, as well as the sight of pure mountain streams, which taught St. Francis his verse about Suor Acqua. St. Francis must have wandered in these fastnesses which (totally unlike... More > the country between Segni and Olevano) are very Umbrian in character. There is a portrait of him, said to be by a contemporary monk, on a pilaster of one of the subterranean chapels of the Sacro Speco above Subiaco:< Less

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