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Four Paradoxes on the Path of Yoga

Four Paradoxes on the Path of Yoga

by Philip Goldberg

Adapting the perennial wisdom of the Yoga tradition to contemporary life and a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives is, and always will be, a work in progress. It is also a highly individual project, with few one-size-fits-all answers to the conundrums and challenges that arise. That’s why the Upanishads call the spiritual path a razor’s edge: You have to tread carefully, with keen vision, intellectual discernment, acute intuition, and a really good sense of balance.

Opening the Door to Zen in Church

Opening the Door to Zen in Church

by Deborah Streeter

“In the past, models of being church have been based on belief. We are exploring a new model of church, built on spiritual discovery and transformation of life. The question no longer is, ‘What do you believe?’ but ‘How has your life been transformed?’”

Review: Awakening Shakti by Sally Kempton

by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

Bhakti – The Path of Devotion in India and the West

One Path in Hindu Spiritual Practice

Coming to Terms with Essential Terms

Parsing Vedanta, Yoga, and Dharma

Review: American Veda by Philip Goldberg

Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

How a Catholic Kid in Kentucky Became a San Francisco Swami

Looking back now, I guess my life is another testimony to “Ask and ye shall receive.” I was serious about religion as a child and, in one way or another, was always trying to find the truth and do the right thing. It was questioning and seeking that gradually led me step by step to become a sannyasi, or monk, in the tradition of Yoga.