1-709-697-4331

St. John's NL Canada

Info@ShaktiYoga.ca

Top
Books Archives - Shakti Yoga & Wellness
fade
113
archive,category,category-books-blog,category-113,mkd-core-1.3,wellspring-ver-2.3,mkdf-smooth-scroll,mkdf-smooth-page-transitions,mkdf-ajax,mkdf-grid-1300,mkdf-blog-installed,mkdf-bbpress-installed,mkdf-header-standard,mkdf-sticky-header-on-scroll-down-up,mkdf-default-mobile-header,mkdf-sticky-up-mobile-header,mkdf-dropdown-default,mkdf-search-dropdown,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.1,vc_responsive

Shakti Reads: Ikigai

The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life The residents of the small southern Japanese island of Okinawa seem to have found the fountain of youth. It is not that they do not age. They do. In fact more people live to be centenarians here than anywhere else on earth. However, it is the quality as well as the quantity of the years lived that stand out on this idyllic island paradise. Study of the health, happiness, and meaning that these people experience in their lives promises to shed insight on how we could all be living longer, and more joyfully. The key to living as well as Okinawans revolves around a concept called ikigai (or life purpose). It is finding your ikigai...

Share

Shakti Books: Night Boat

What is the Sound of One Hand Clapping? This famous paradoxical riddle is one of the many legendary historical zen references in Alan Spence's biography of the illustrious Zen Master, Hakuin. These riddles, or koans, are used to illustrate the limitation of  logical reasoning, and in turn trigger enlightenment when one meditates on them with sincerity, and intensity. Hakuin taught that every life experience was a koan of some form. This story of his life is inextricably  woven into an exposition of zen art and poetry, portrayed against the backdrop of the enchanting Mount Fuji, and the bustling activity of the Tokaido, the famed walkway between Tokyo and Kyoto. The book begins with Hakuin as a scared, spiritually thirsty child struggling with a terror of hellfire and...

Share