Links & Books
found the following links and books useful to further my knowledge
about life, living and healing. The links will take you to web sites
that contain information, resources and materials about healing.
Also listed below are various books that inform, enlighten and can
be fun to read. Two of my favorites are The Celestine Prophecy
and The Way of the Peaceful Warrior. In addition,
I have developed a love for yoga over the past few years please
see the Yoga & SRB page. Listed below
are some of my favorite yoga studios and teachers in the San Francisco
We make no claim about the services, products or other information
contained at the following sites. You are welcome to follow the
links, visit the various websites, and determine for yourself if
they are for you.
- This site has information on healing based on Vedic tradition
and Ayurvedic practices. They also offer free help and support with
American Holistic Health Association
- An organization that provides self-help resources, materials and
practitioner listing, promotes the enhancement of health and well-being
through personal responsibility, considering the whole person (physical,
emotional, mental, spiritual), wellness-oriented lifestyle choices,
and active participation in personal health decisions and healing.
CureZone.org - Is an Educational
Foundation, a nonprofit operating website dedicated to Health &
Education with 80,000 web pages.
Wellness Café – Offers Alternative, Holistic, Complimentary
and Preventative Health Care for People & Animals. Oriented
to self-care, this free educational web site is dedicated to help
promote natural health for humans and their animals - "First
Do No Harm"
ByRegion.net – Is a
Regional and National Healing Arts and Artist Directories. Its focus
in the Healing Arts is on Holistic Practitioners, Bodyworkers, Mind-Body-Spirit
Practitioners, Natural Products and Healing Services. In the Arts,
the focus is on Visual Artists, Crafters, Musicians, Performing
Artists and Artist Venues and Artist's Services.
one of these unique teachers has offered me their wisdom, experience
and friendship. They continue to grow and study both personally
and in their yoga. You will find they have studied a variety of
yoga styles and teach with great passion and heart.
Marly Cardozo - http://www.rasavinyasa.com/
Marti Foster - http://www.yogasolution.com/
Connie Habash - http://www.awakeningself.com/
Klaus Lehrach - http://yoga.montara.com/
Giselle Mari - http://www.funkyjiva.com/
Samantha Mathews - http://www.lotussunmoon.com/
Michelle Robinson - http:/www.mindbody-zone.com
Rebecca Snowball - http://yogasoul.com/
Avalon Art & Yoga
Center - http://www.avalonyoga.com/index.html
Devi Yoga - http://www.devi-yoga.com/
MindBosyZone - http:/www.mindbody-zone.com
Yoga of Los Altos - http://yogaoflosaltos.com/
YogaSource - http://www.yogasource.com/
Yoga is Youthfulness -
Find out for yourself
why virtually everyone you know has this book, described as
an "adventure in pursuit of a spiritual mystery",
on their coffee table.
During his junior year at the University of California, Dan
Millman first stumbled upon his mentor (nicknamed Socrates)
at an all-night gas station. At the time, Millman hoped to
become a world-champion gymnast. "To survive the lessons
ahead, you're going to need far more energy than ever before,"
Socrates warned him that night. "You must cleanse your
body of tension, free your mind of stagnant knowledge, and
open your heart to the energy of true emotion." From
there, the unpredictable Socrates proceeded to teach Millman
the "way of the peaceful warrior."
A woman tells you, within minutes of meeting her, that she's in a support group for incest victims. In theory, this woman is trying to recover from her childhood trauma, but in reality, Caroline Myss writes, she's one of a growing army of people who practice "woundology," the use of their pain and suffering to manipulate those around them. Myss first noticed this phenomenon in the late 1980s, and began to analyze why so many people seemed to choose to carry such painful problems so proudly through life, to define themselves by the awful things that had happened to them.
Gary Zukav's American Book Award-winning The Dancing Wu Li Masters masterfully introduces the layman to quantum and particle physics, as well as Einstein's relativity theories. With a similar dose of amiable, easy-to-understand prose, Zukav guides readers into the spiritual realm in his bestselling The Seat of the Soul.
"Chopra's bestselling title offers an Eastern philosophical
approach to the problems of aging. The exercises he offers
are illuminating and fun." ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine
What sets Anatomy of the Spirit apart is Carolyn Myss's ability to blend diverse religious and spiritual beliefs into a succinct discussion of health and human anatomy.
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