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The mind of Zen Buddhism is revealed through authentic sacred art and profoundly simple wisdom. Zenga art, Zen-inspired brushstroke paintings, surprises and confounds our expectations. Although created by 17th- and 18th-century monks who were amateur painters, they have a startlingly modern appeal. Each month features a unique Zenga masterwork paired with a quote from Not Always So or Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness by Shunryu Suzuki (1905-1971), one of the most influential Zen teachers of his time.
The teachings of the Zen Cat are born in awareness and the oneness of existence. They demonstrate the love, peace, and joy that unfold in our hearts as we embrace the sacredness and beauty of all life. The Zen Cat wall calendar is a meditation in art and words on the interconnectedness of all life. Artist and author Nicholas Kirsten-Honshin uses painting and poetry to convey a message from the pure heart of the universe.
The inspirational You Can Heal Your Life wall calendar features text from the New York Times best-selling book of the same name. In this powerful and pioneering work, Louise L. Hay, widely regarded as one of the founders of the self-help movement, explains how our beliefs and ideas can be the cause of illness and how changing our thinking can improve our quality of life. Every month features an insightful quote, teaching text, and a helpful affirmation, all illustrated with the charming artwork of Joan Perrin-Falquet.
Yoga harmonizes all aspects of the human experience. In a yogic practice, the body, mind, and spirit compose a holistic system connected through the breath. These ancient principles are illustrated in this beautiful calendar featuring mixed-media art by Elena Ray. Accompanying quotes from ancient and contemporary yoga masters open the heart to universal wisdom and enhance the practitioners potential of reaching yogas greatest goal: the realization of ones deepest nature.
If you suffer about your relationship with food -- you eat too much or too little, think about what you will eat constantly or try not to think about it at all -- you can be free. Just look down at your plate. The answers are there. Don't run. Look. Because when we welcome what we most want to avoid, we contact the part of ourselves that is fresh and alive. We touch the life we truly want and evoke divinity itself.
Since adolescence, Geneen Roth has gained and lost more than a thousand pounds. She has been dangerously overweight and dangerously underweight. She has been plagued by feelings of shame and self-hatred and she has felt euphoric after losing a quick few pounds on a fad diet. Then one day, on the verge of suicide, she did something radical: She dropped the struggle, ended the war, stopped trying to fix, deprive and shame herself. She began trusting her body and questioning her beliefs.
It worked. And losing weight was only the beginning.
She wrote about her discoveries in When Food Is Love, her first New York Times bestseller. She gave huge numbers of women their first insights into compulsive eating and she changed huge numbers of lives for the better.
Now, after more than three decades of studying, teaching and writing about what drives our compul-sions with food, Geneen adds a profound new dimension to her work in Women, Food and God. She begins with her most basic concept: The way you eat is inseparable from your core beliefs about being alive. Your relationship with food is an exact mirror of your feelings about love, fear, anger, meaning, transformation and, yes, even God. But it doesn't stop there. Geneen shows how going beyond both the food and feelings takes you deeper into realms of spirit and soul to the bright center of your own life.
With penetrating insight and irreverent humor, Roth traces food compulsions from subtle beginnings to unexpected ends. She teaches personal examination, showing readers how to use their relationship with food to discover the fulfillment they long for.
Your relationship with food, no matter how conflicted, is the doorway to freedom, says Roth. What you most want to get rid of is itself the doorway to what you want most: the demystification of weight loss and the luminous presence that so many of us call "God."
Packed with revelations on every page, this book is a knock-your-socks-off ride to a deeply fulfilling relationship with food, your body...and almost everything else. Women, Food and God is, quite simply, a guide for life.
From Eleanor of Aquitaine to Madame Butterfly and Rhiannon to Sleeping Beauty, women have inspired great literature, poetry, and, above all, magnificent works of art. Among contemporary artists depicting ladies of legends, none shines brighter than Kinuko Y. Craft. In this elegant calendar she presents twelve opulent and richly detailed portraits of enchantresses, goddesses, elf queens, and fairy tale princesses, each weaving a spell of breathtaking feminine beauty.
Wolves have as many friends as foes. They are regarded with respect as intelligent and socially complex creatures but are also known for their chilling howl and being a threat to farm animals. They hunt and play in packs and are believed by many to be mythical legends. National Geographic Wolves 2016 features breathtaking images, each accompanied by fascinating National Geographic information, and a large grid with moon phases and international holidays. Proceeds from the sale of this calendar support vital exploration, conservation, research and education programs. The calendar includes a 3-year at-a-glance page and is earth friendly, printed with soya-based inks on FSC certified paper. A perfect gift for any nature lover.
The Prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor by Tito la Rosa. For his Silver Wave debut, Peruvian wind player Tito La Rosa addresses a familiar theme--a future socio-spiritual reunification of the Americas--and musically articulates the vision with an agreeable mix of humility and passion. La Rosa, a descendant of the Quechua Indians of the Andes, enlists the talents of labelmate Mary Youngblood (Native American flute) to intertwine the native musical traditions of two hemispheres, and the result is attractively reverent and reflective, flavored with occasional displays of dignified celebration.
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