Inside the Soul of Islam: A Unique View into the Love, Beauty and Wisdom of Islam for Spiritual Seekers of All Faiths BY Mamoon Yusuf

lslam is currently the most spoken about religion in the Western world, and yet it is also the most misunderstood and misinterpreted. Despite frequent news coverage, we remain poorly informed about the true beliefs at the heart of Islam. How many of us would be able to explain who the...

Awakening the Sacred Body: Tibetan Yogas of Breath and Movement (Video Download Included) BY Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

The power of the breath has been recognized for millennia as an integral part of health and well-being. In Awakening the Sacred Body, teacher Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche makes accessible the ancient art of Tibetan breath and movement practices. In clear, easy-to-understand language, he outlines the theory and processes of two powerful meditations—the Nine Breathings...

Saints & Angels: A Guide to Heavenly Help for Comfort, Support, and Inspiration BY Doreen Virtue

In this comforting reference guide, Doreen Virtue introduces you to the various ministering spirits of heaven and 42 inspirational figures who walked the earth. As you read this fascinating, thoroughly researched three-part book, you’ll come to understand the exact roles that different beings of God fulfill both in the Bible and in...

The Inner Fire: Faith, Choice, and Modern-day Living in Zoroastrianism BY Rohinton F. Nariman

Zoroastrianism might be a fast-declining religion in today’s world, but what is remarkable is its eternal enigma. It is hard to believe that the hymns of the faith have travelled down to us in accurate form and poetic metre, purely through the memory of generations of priests. Zarathustra, the founder...

Janamsakhis: Ageless Stories, Timeless Values BY Harish Dhillon

Janamsakhis, as the name suggests, are stories that claim to reveal the life of the first Guru, Nanak Dev, in a chronological manner. The earliest known Janamsakhi dates back to 1658, nearly 120 years after the death of Guru Nanak in 1539. None of the Janamsakhis can claim to be...