This inspiring tale reminds us that no one can be truly at peace unless all beings have a chance for peace, freedom, and happiness. The Banyan Deer is a wonderful, heart-warming gift for anyone who loves a great story. Illustrated by Richard Wehrman with artwork reminiscent of Eric Gill and Rockwell Kent, this beautiful hardcover edition will delight both adults and children alike.
The jataka tales—stories of the Buddha's past lives (in both human and animal form)—were first said to have been told by the Buddha himself 2,500 years ago. Five hundred and fifty jataka tales comprise part of the oldest Buddhist text, the Pali Canon. From this wealth of folklore, award-winning author and storyteller Rafe Martin has chosen ten tales that illustrate the ideals of the Buddhist paramitas, or "perfections" of character: giving, morality, forbearance, vitality, focused meditation, wisdom, compassionate skillful means, resolve, strength, and knowledge. Artist and designer Richard Wehrman helps bring the spirit of these stories alive with rich illustrations that open each chapter.
North Atlantic Books 288 pages ISBN-13: 978-1556439322 $16.24 Kindle $13.99
Winner of a 1996 Parent's Choice Gold Award and chosen as a 1996 Spring Pick of the Lists by the American Booksellers Association, this is the story of Will, a boy who believes that mammoths exist. When Will finally meets his mammoth in a snowstorm, the real threat of danger clashes with the equally real power of Will’s imagination. With its rich language and penetrating vision, this book will entrance children and adults alike. Will's tale demonstrates the creative power of the imagination and will inspire readers to have faith in theirs. This is the original literary version of Rafe’s acclaimed picturebook Will’s Mammoth, illustrated by Caledcott Award–winner Stephen Gammell. The magic and delight of this tale is brought to life by the 22 illustrations, done in reverse with white quache on black paper, by award-winning artist Richard Wehrman.
Heartwork is a synthesis of western psychological processes and eastern meditative techniques developed by psychotherapist and teacher Dale Goldstein from over 37 years of personal and professional work. In Heartwork: How to Get What You Really, REALLY Want, Goldstein brings Heartwork to life through compelling, illuminating teachings and personal stories. His tools for mindfully inquiring into what blocks us from having what we really want in life are ideal for those who find the standard psychological approach to personal growth too limited. Through Heartwork, readers learn to see their blocks as doorways to the spiritual, and the result is nothing short of complete personal transformation. Beautifully illustrated by award-winning graphic designer Richard Wehrman, the book is filled with inspiring poetry and quotations, as well as testimonials from those who have used Heartwork to profoundly change their lives. Includes a CD with music and guided meditations.
Heartwork Institute 175 pages hardcover ISBN-13: 978-0978960612 See prices online
SourcePoint Therapy® is a simple, non-invasive approach to energy work. It provides an energetic container and context for whatever other modalities we use to help others or ourselves. The book introduces you to the basic principles and practices of SourcePoint. It's fundamental premise is that there is a universal energy field in which we dwell, and that we are a part of. We call this universal energy simply Source. This universal energy field contains the information of Order, Balance, Harmony and Flow necessary to create and sustain life; within it are found blueprints for all forms of life. In SourcePoint the intention is to provide a means of connecting specifically with the Blueprint of health for the human being.