issue #31 on newstands now.
by charlotte teunissen,
from the print magazine...
on the frontlines of social change, the strongest weapon is the written word: a profile of
Room to Read
father & son, teacher & student Ė
dialogue on the importance of commitment, teaching in the West & how Patanjali never needed to patent his yoga Ö
the art of intuitive reading
wrests the great books from the hands of intellectuals with a No. 2 pencil
the new ABCs
learning awareness, balance, compassion & clarity in the classroom
mystics in the making
carol lee flinders
talks about the four women in her new book & how the compassionate work they are doing may be the next step in human evolution
itís a false world after all
takes pilgrimages to Tibet & Disney World & faces his fears on Space Mountain
awaiting the dragon-godís foot-stomping thresher
grimacing, crouching, crying, screaming, flying ashtrays & other dance moves in butoh
from the archives: swami radha
qualified to learn
from the desk of swami radhananda
learning to teach, teaching to learn
hidden language hatha yoga: swami lalitananda
chana pulao - spiced rice and chickpeas with mango chutney
books & music
reviews a performance by Butoh group Sankai Juku, and seeks balance.
The Path of Yoga
reports from the Omega Institute's
Path of Yoga Conference
Listening to Learn
Scott W. Gray
World Religions After September 11th
conference and learns to listen.
some friends of
talk about their favourite parables
shaking table, spilling water
a video poem on appreciating unstable beauty.
how to build a yoga class from scratch
documents the process by which she created this issue's amazing cover.
T.K.V. & Kausthub Desikachar in conversation with Anurag Dhir
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