Spirit on the Move is a collection of personal essays, first published in Yoga International magazine, that express the variety of riches found along the path of yoga. Some essays are light and humorous, while others are deeply thoughtful and spiritual. One writer describes how yoga has helped him face his own mortality. Another chronicles her yoga-inspired journey out of "chocolate addiction." Still another confesses her past as a "yoga snob" who saw wealth and authenticity as incompatible.
What will you learn from the first-hand accounts of this diverse group of contributors? Certainly you'll emerge from this book with a newfound appreciation for what yoga really is. But more to the point, you'll gain insights of your own: how what you learn in yoga class translates into your daily interactions with others... how to move gracefully and skillfully through all that life brings you... and how to never forget the real purpose of your journey here on earth.
Publisher: Himalayan Institute
5.5" x 8.5"
Inspiration / Yoga
About the Editor
Linda Johnsen is a long-time student of religious philosophy and spirituality. She holds degrees in Eastern and Western Psychology, and has post-graduate training in theology and Sanskrit. She has traveled to India and lived with women saints. She is a writer for several spiritual magazines and a contributor to several anthologies, including The Divine Mosaic: Women's Images of the Sacred Other. Linda is the author of several other books including Daughters of the Goddess: Women Saints of India, which received the Midwest Business Association award for "Best New Age Book of the Year".