Some of our favorite books!
Harris offers a candid, often hilarious and compelling journey to tame the voices in his head, find freedom from anxiety, and discover happiness along the way. Even if you’ve never meditated, this book is accessible and relatable. If you’re a pragmatic skeptic this book is for you.
Tara Brach offers a way out of suffering which often leads to self-judgments, relationship conflicts, addiction, and loneliness. She masterfully offers a step-by-step guide to heal fear and shame—helping to build loving, authentic relationships with others and ourselves. This is a book you’ll pick up again and again for nuggets of wisdom.
Mindfulness for Beginners provides instruction to help us shift, moment by moment, into a more spacious, clear, reliable and loving connection with ourselves and the world. Learn how to transform your relationship to the way you think, feel, love, work and play.
This is our all time favorite book! We read it again and again when life gets challenging. Drawing from traditional Buddhist wisdom, she offers life-changing tools for transforming suffering and negative patterns into habitual ease and boundless joy. This is must have for any meditator, non meditator or anyone who breathes.
Yogananda was the first yoga master of India whose mission brought him to live and teach in the West. His firsthand account is told thru stories of his experiences and childhood revelations in India. Travel along with him, as he visits saints and masters and shares the long-secret teachings of Kriya Yoga and Self-realization.
This is the most complete text available on the theory and practice of Kriya Yoga. Kriyananda takes the student step-by-step through the eight stages of Patanjali’s Kriya Yoga system, hatha yoga, pranayama, mantra, meditation and samadhi. If you could only have one book on the esoteric pathway of yoga, this would be it!