Previous page. Kindle Edition. Next page. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment. Books By PD Allen. In stock on November 30, Quantum Meditations; Book One: meditations Jan Quantum Meditations 11 Apr Earth Seeds Aug Quantum Meditations 10 Jun Quantum Meditations 9 May Quantum Meditations 8 Apr Song of Existence Apr Quantum Meditations 7 Dec Over time, David's reflective nature and incessant personal investigation into the potential transformative powers that a yoga practice can give, has led him to a more comprehensive approach to how physical form relates to psychological and emotional states.
Inclined toward the mystical and timeless, greatly influenced by intensive study with Nevine Michaan, David's practice and teaching have evolved into a more refined adaptation of how an asana postural practice can instigate profound mind-body awareness. Oneika Mays on Privilege and Incarceration Oneika used that experience to support social justice non-profits and teach meditation and yoga inside jails.
As Training Director at Liberation Prison Yoga she co-facilitated trainings with teachers and practitioners interested in serving incarcerated populations. Today, Oneika is the Mindfulness Coach at Rikers Island and facilitates workshops around cultivating resilience and compassion through meditation and other mindfulness practices. At Rikers she works one-on-one with incarcerated folks.
She believes that meditation and mindfulness practices can forge a path to freedom and build resilience. Oneika is passionate about supporting teachers and leaders who bring peace and healing to QBIPOC and folks impacted by the incarceration and its aftermath.
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Jill Purce on the Healing Voice Jill practiced Dzogchen since with, Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche. She lives in London with her husband, Rupert Sheldrake and their two sons, musician Cosmo and ecologist Merlin. Julie Brown Yau on Rage and Trauma Julie Brown Yau, PhD, has a year background in psychological, somatic and spiritual traditions providing her with a unique depth of knowledge and direct experience.
Julie is an author, speaker, and has a private practice in Laguna Beach CA. She has a passion for resolving trauma, reducing stress and suffering while cultivating compassion. Julie supports those on a spiritual path to embody realizations and assists those going through spiritual emergence to create a fully embodied and rich emotional life.
Julie assists individuals and groups gain healing from ongoing repercussions of trauma and adversity, while enhancing psychospiritual growth and the expansion of consciousness. Rupert Sheldrake on Materialist Assumptions From , he was Director of the Perrott-Warrick Project for the study of unexplained human and animal abilities, funded from Trinity College, Cambridge. He lives in London and is married to Jill Purce, with whom he has two sons. John Greer on Perennial Philosophy In this episode, we discuss: Role of his travels and his perennial philosophy Using metaphors to make sense of non-duality e.
He is a dedicated practitioner of meditation and has taught insight meditation for over a decade. John Greer holds a Ph. He also served for two years in Nepal with the Peace Corps and has traveled extensively on six continents. He lives with his wife in Memphis. David "Davidya" Buckland on Stages of Consciousness He began his spiritual journey in the mid's. On a long retreat soon after, he began witnessing full time and refined perception clicked on with a bang.
He has now been meditating and exploring consciousness for more than 40 years. Soon after awakening in , he began writing online under the nickname "Davidya. He has observed and spoken with many people having shifts in consciousness and has been working to synthesize historical understanding with modern experience.
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Judith Blackstone on the Realization Process In this episode, we discuss: Commonality between mystical experiences Expressing difference vs. He teaches and publishes in the areas of comparative religion, comparative mysticism, religious pluralism, and the philosophy of meditation. His degrees include an M. Rae Johnson on Embodying Social Justice The author of several books — including Elemental Movement, Knowing in our Bones, and Embodied Social Justice — Rae teaches and trains internationally on embodied activism, somatic research methods, and the poetic body.
David Loy on Nonduality Loy is a professor of Buddhist and comparative philosophy, and a teacher in the Sanbo Zen tradition of Japanese Buddhism. His books include Nonduality: a study in comparative philosophy [originally published by Yale University Press]; Lack and Transcendence: the problem of death and life in psychotherapy, existentialism and buddhism [a second edition just released by Wisdom Publications] and Ecodharma: Buddhist Teachings for the Ecological Crisis forthcoming in January He is especially concerned about social and ecological issues.
In addition to offering academic lectures, workshops and meditation retreats, he is one of the founders of the new Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center, near Boulder, Colorado. In June , David received an honorary degree from Carleton College, his alma mater, during its Commencement. In April David returned his honorary degree, to protest the decision of the Board of Trustees not to divest from fossil fuel investments. Nikki Myers on Yoga for Recovery Y12SR meetings are now available throughout the world and the curriculum is rapidly becoming a feature of addiction recovery treatment centers.
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David Bullard on Sex, Trauma and Intimacy David Bullard, Ph. He is Clinical Professor of Medicine and Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, where he was affiliated with the Human Sexuality Program and the Behavioral Medicine Unit, hosted international symposia on sexuality and medical conditions, and taught courses to medical students, nurses, interns, residents, faculty, therapists and other health care providers.
Peter Levine; and by enjoying time in the west of Ireland with David Whyte and others in celebration of the poetry of the human soul.
Bo Forbes on Diseases of Disembodiment Bo Forbes is a clinical psychologist, embodiment guide, urban contemplative, and research collaborator in the science of well-being. Her paradigm-bending work explores the body as an essential part of transformation and the inextricable links between individual and collective well-being. She has a unique perspective on embodiment: she works intimately with the body in relation to trauma, and has also experienced, written about, and spoken publicly about sexual assault and harassment.
Her mother was a prisoner of war in World War II who between the ages of 7 and 12 was forced to march through Kenya, Uganda, and Siberia. And until the age of two, she lived with her parents on a Seneca reservation in New York before its destruction by the U. Bo co-teaches a course at Tufts University with colleague Kris Manjapra that focuses on colonialism, social justice, and the body.
She is the founder of Embodied Awareness, an online education company, and teaches workshops and trainings internationally. She recently presented her work on interoception, connective tissue, and emotional health at the Fascia Research Congress in Berlin. She has written scholarly and lay articles for numerous leading magazines, and is the author of Yoga for Emotional Balance: Simple Practices to Help Relieve Anxiety and Depression and Her newest book on the science and practice of embodiment, is slated for publication in early In this episode, Philipp and Jacob discuss his research on classical Indian literature and the historiography of yoga.
He received his M. For the last couple of years, he worked in several research projects directed by Prof.
Sheldon Pollock, to which he contributes with a monograph on the development of Yoga-related ideas in pre-modern South Asian intellectual history. Pranada Comtois on Culturing Wise-Love In this episode, Pranada and Jacob discuss Bhakti philosophy and theology. You will learn: The connection of Vedanta teachings with Bhakti teachings.
What is Wise Love Bhakti Vedanta and the difference between the love with others?
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The relationships with others as a vehicle to fully express highest love with each other and as a practice for our individual relationship with the Supreme. The acknowledgment of the small self and the creation of a dynamic, magical, spiritual, irrevocable and strong connection with source. How the yoga system provides tools to control the mind and go beyond the mind to transcend the platform of self. The difference between faith and belief. The important distinction between the divine feminine and the feminine divine.
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