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Palace of Illusions: The Feminist Mahabharata?
May 15, 2009 – 12:14 am | 8 Comments
Palace of Illusions: The Feminist Mahabharata?

We all know what happened with the armies of men fighting at Kuruksetra, but what was the fate of all the soldiers’ widows? Divakaruni tells the story.

With Faith in Mind
May 13, 2009 – 11:14 am | No Comment
With Faith in Mind

Using brain imaging studies Andrew Newberg asserts that traditional spiritual practices such as prayer and breath control can alter the neural connections of the brain, leading to “long-lasting states of unity, peacefulness and love.”

The Journey Home
April 25, 2009 – 1:42 am | One Comment
The Journey Home

Every recent generation has had its mystic guidebook. The next generation belongs to The Journey Home. Like its predecessors, it offers readers an intimate look into a true seeker’s life and the tradition he ultimately chose to follow.

Huston Smith: Beyond the Postmodern Mind
April 9, 2009 – 12:41 pm | 6 Comments
Huston Smith: Beyond the Postmodern Mind

Are we to simply roll over and accept Postmodernism’s endless doubts of anything connected with the grand narratives of previous societies? Does Gaudiya Vaisnavism have a place in the “perennial philosophy”?