Links And recommendations

Here are links to some organizations I like for many reasons
that school is still around when I come »back«, I want to go to kindergarten and school there
this is the website of my friend Janie Machiz. Look at her art!
a great store!
my friend Tim Martin’s site from way down South
ahead of the curve, I think
MY designer, who always knows what, why, and how she is doing what she is doing. I asked her for three things with my website and cds: beautiful, simple and clear. And she got it right away. It will be a wonderful experience for everyone to work with her.


Here is a list of books which expand on many subjects I talk about in my classes and workshops. They will help you to better comprehend the philosophical psychology of yoga.

The Bhagavad Gita by Swami Shivananda
The Bhagavad Gita by Winthrop Sargeant (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984)
What‘s on My Mind by Swami Anantananda
The Sacred Power: A Seeker‘s Guide to Kundalini by Swami Kripananda
Graceful Exits – How Great Beings Die by Sushila Blackman
several books on the Tantric, Kashmir-Shaivite tradition by Mark S. Dyczkowski, Prof. Paul Muller-Ortega and Prof. William Mahony
The Yoga of Herbs by Dr. David Frawley and Dr. Vasant Lad
several other books on Ayurveda by Dr. Vasant Lad


I like music which is not just an expression of the composer‘s emotional chaos or very mental, intellectual. Or music which just sounds spiritual. I like to use the mantra for meditation, I play it in the background so it becomes a constant reminder of my path for me. There are many versions of OM namah Shivaya, let your inspiration guide you to which one you want to use.

OM NAMAH SHIVAYA – Shivaratri 1990 Version
Of the versions you find on two versions are rhythmical, all the others are slow.


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