Wednesday, January 15, 2014

February Book Selection: Awakening Shakti

Our February book club selection will be Sally Kempton's newest work, Awakening Shakti: The Transformative Power Of The Goddesses Of Yoga.

Have you heard of it yet? It's a real gem.

Grab your copy today, and then join our yogi book club for an informal gathering on Sunday, Feb. 16th at 12:30pm at Arbor Cafe in Temescal (right next to the Flying Yoga Annex).



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  2. To start with, it is imperative to distinguish that the true alive God articulated of in A Course in Miracles is a non-dualistic Being, in Whom undeniably no contraries reside. The Holy One is the Creator of all life, a Being of clean Love and the Foundation and First Cause of non-physical truth and totality, the flawless One Who is all-encompassing, outside of Whom is factually nothing, for He is Everything. Our Source's nature can’t be defined or really understood at all, as Jesus’s explanations in the workbook:

    Oneness is simply the idea God is. And in His Being, He encompasses all things. No mind holds anything but Him. We say "God is," and then we cease to speak, for in that knowledge words are meaningless. There are no lips to speak them, and no part of mind sufficiently distinct to feel that it is now aware of something not itself. It has united with its Source. And like its Source Itself, it merelyAwakening