Star Wars Yoga, the Force, & You
This 148-page book offers a clear understanding of what the Force is, and its relationship to other spiritual traditions, such as Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism, and Judaism, as well as Yoga, Jung, Camelot, superheroes, the Shadow, and mythology, among other topics. It also features a chapter of some of the most profound sayings from the sci-fi saga. The book will also provide a clear understanding of how to contact the Force, an understanding of the benefits of living with the Force behind you, and dozens of affirmations to help you align with the Force.
Pages, 2017, Book, $20
Higher Self Meditations
This book’s 52 chapters provide you with an understanding of how to contact your higher Self; give you a sense of the far-reaching benefits of such contact; offer a clear understanding of the higher states of consciousness awaiting you; and will let you see how meditation and higher consciousness relate to the creative arts, philosophy, the sciences, and so much more.
216 pages, 2017, Book, $20
The Yoga of Entertainment: Higher Consciousness in Pop Culture
This 191-page book offers insights into how TV shows, movies, songs, comedians, and comic books give expression to higher states of consciousness. These 49 chapters present new ways of appreciating how entertainers are attempting to not only lift your spirits but to awaken your Spirit, as well
191 pages, 2016, Book, $20
Item # BOOK 7
Deep wisdom from 12 Beatles songs are elucidated in much the same manner that commentators interpret spiritual literature like the Bible or the Bhagavad Gita, examining every word, in the verses. Some of the songs looked at are “Across the Universe,” “Within You, Without You,” and “The Inner Light,” among others. .
94 pages, 2014, mini-book, $12 plus $3 (S&H), BKLT52
Literary Yoga: Writers & Higher Consciousness
This 91-page mini-book features five chapters that show the relationship between writing and meditation, as well as descriptions of what appear to be higher states of consciousness on the part of writers and/or their characters. There’s a chapter about poetry and meditation, as well as chapters on three great lights of the 19th century: poets William Blake, Walt Whitman, and William Wordsworth, essayist/poet Ralph Waldo Emerson; and Hermann Hesse and J.D. Salinger, the ground-breaking novelists of the 20th century.
91 pages, 2015, mini-book, $12
Item BKLT 52
Meditations on Christ
Three essays depict the differences between ritual and spiritual and how one can embody the teachings of Christ; the enlightenment teachings of Christ; and inner transformation through his work.
48 pages; 2012, mini book $10, BKLT09