Behind every lesson there is a wonderful journey
Another jewel like book from the treasure house of Peter Burwash’s motivational accomplishments. This time he is revealing a lot about his own personal life.
CAN I LIVE FOREVER?
A concise pocket book that gives scientific understanding of life and death. It also explains an easy and effective way to end all suffering and attain eternal happy life. Read and empower yourself to control your present and determine your future.
Vedic Alternatives for Youth – compiled by Gour Gopala das – 5 different topics, aimed mostly for preaching to the youth: Breaking free of bonds, Power of habits, Failures as stepping stones to success, Conflict resolution, Saints & swindlers
Helpful to parents and mentors, but uniquely addressed to teenagers directly, “Dear Teenager” speaks frankly, insightfully, and respectfully to the intelligence, emotions and soul of the teenage reader. This is a guide to growing up whole and healthy — physically, mentally, and spiritually. With real life examples, entertaining anecdotes, and a conversational style, the author gives teens the tools and skills for developing the building blocks of character, the foundation for a successful life. Peter Burwash writes, “In wealthier countries today, parents tend to let their children travel the easier route. But the easier route usually doesn’t build character.”
ENERGY – Your Sutra for Positive Thinking
Drawing from the insights of ancient wisdom traditions and modern management gurus, E.N.E.R.G.Y.presents powerful principles and practices to:
* experience the peace and power of meditation
* break free from negative attitude and habits
* uncover your spiritual qualities
* increase your will power
Two Minute Wisdom – based on various talks given by HH Radhanath Swami.
HIDING IN UNNATURAL HAPPINESS
Wandering the forest of our hopes and dreams, we desire more than to survive – our hearts long to thrive. The premium we seek is happiness, now the ultimate consumer product.
Happiness is no laughing matter, the author states. Relationships, society, and the political economy should all somehow generate enduring chunks of it.
Is the hunt for sustainable contentment just confusion – a kaleidoscope of diverse illusion? Drawing upon the ancient yoga science of the soul, Hiding in Unnatural Happiness probes our contemporary approach to fulfillment and progress, and recommends another road, less traveled but timeless.
Devamrita Swami is an educator, writer, and guide. New York born, Yale graduate, and monk in the now global tradition of Krishna spirituality, he has traveled every continent for over forty years, presenting nonmaterial solutions for personal and societal redevelopment.