A Radical Ecology
This radical and ground-breaking book not only explains how it is possible to feel completely safe in a turbulent, dangerous world. It also shows you how to find your ineradicable Place of Greater Safety, while activating your natural morality, and embodying your deep need to give. On the way, many of life's mysteries are effortlessly and elegantly resolved, including the nature of consciousness, free will and morality. All complemented by a set of simple practical protocols and practices of Mindfulness, for a stable, resilient embodiment of wisdom, power and compassion.
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The Power to Choose
Challenging the incoherent narcissism of New Age 'philosophy', this book will invite you to look more deeply, see more clearly. It reveals that the alienation, isolation and despair that haunts so many is a learned predicament, unlearned easily enough. Dissecting the ground of human experience, it dissolves the assumptions that drive our sense of separateness, into an understanding of how deeply supported we always are. In doing so it resolves the apparent conflict between freedom and conditioning, determinism and spontaneity and rescues both responsibility and morality from unwarranted nihilism.
The Little Book of the Bandhas
The human body is a coherent compression of intelligence, rather than a sophisticated machine. This book explains both why and how it is possible to bring integration to the body and unity to mind, body and spirit through physical action. For the novice and the dedicated yoga practitioner it provides a detailed guide to the heart of practice: from the history and bio-mechanics of the bandhas, through step by step instruction for developing the integrated muscularity on which they depend, to their remarkable and comprehensive effects.
In releasing Patanjali's analysis of human experience from academic speculation his vision becomes the perfect antidote to pop-psychology and pseudo-spirituality. The subtleties of consciousness so tersely etched by Patanjali are fleshed out into a clear and relevant presentation of the possibilities of human intelligence. The sutras themselves are explained, either individually, or in groups, in terms that will make sense to anyone interested in the depths and roots of human experience.