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Llewellyn.com - Monthly e-Magazine - September 2016

by Shakta Khalsa

Llewellyn.com - September 2016

As any parent or teacher will tell you, nurturing children in a mindful way and giving them the structure they need to thrive is a big job. When it comes to children on the autism spectrum, the scope and intensity of caregiving doubles or triples since these children often require more from their parents and caregivers than most children do. Shakta Khalsa, author of the new Yoga Way to Radiance, presents ways that yoga can help the parents and caregivers of all children, but especially those on the autism spectrum.

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Llewellyn.com - Author Interview - September 2016

by Llewellyn

1. Your new book, The Yoga Way to Radiance, focuses on discovering our inner guidance through yoga, and helping our children do the same. What inspired you to write the book?

Shakta KhalsaEver since I can remember, I've been inspired by the vision of a peaceful world where we live in our true potential as humans. I have been working with parents and teachers for decades, helping them to use natural methods like yoga and mindfulness to handle everyday challenges, so it seemed like an inspirational book that also has practical, natural tools would be a great way to bring health and happiness to more people in the world.

2. Why is yoga so beneficial, both to adults and kids?

I think it is because in yoga, you are working with your own body, your own brain, and your own awareness, and that is where everything starts—all the negative AND all the positive things that we experience come from our own inner source. So yoga helps us to become aware of what we are thinking/doing/feeling, and yoga helps boost our own natural ability to choose happier, more positive ways of living.

Additionally, you may find that when you begin to release tension from an area of the body where you've been holding tension for years, some emotion is released as well. The body has been with us through everything. If you're upset, that upset is manifested somewhere physically. Maybe you have shallow chest-breathing, or you clench your jaw or fists, or you furrow your brow. The mind-body connection is always there. Sometimes we "sit on" or repress our rage or shame or grief, and then we go into a hip-opener toward the end of class and find ourselves crying. The potential for healing on your mat, and off of it, is enormous.

3. How is it possible for us to discover our inner guidance through the practice of yoga?

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Llewellyn.com - Llewellyn Journal - September 2016

Investigating Haunted Bridges
by Rich Newman

Exterior locations such as bridges present unique challenges for paranormal investigations, and it's always better to be prepared. Rich Newman, author of the new Haunted Bridges, provides some tips and tricks to make the most out of your investigation.

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Bodies of the Gods
by Brandy Williams

Pagan religion is visual. We don't just hear our gods, we see them! The practice of theurgy teaches us how to see the gods in three forms: their representation in art, in the faces of other people, and in the temple of our own bodies. Brandy Williams, author of the new For the Love of the Gods, explains each of these practices and how they all are flourishing today.

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Your Tarot, Your Way
by Barbara Moore

When baking cookies, even if using the same recipe, the results can vary widely—because each baker adds something of him or herself to the mix, something that is uniquely themselves. Tarot can be viewed in a similar fashion: we each add a part of ourselves to our readings. In this article, tarot expert Barbara Moore delves into the personal facets of our tarot journey.

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New This Month from Blue Angel

Llewellyn.com - Try This! - September 2016

Exercise: Create a Symbolic Seed-Planting Tradition in the Fall

Brilliant Creativity: Creative Types by Sun Sign

Fragrances to Assist Spirit Perception


Llewellyn.com - New Releases - September 2016



For the Love of the Gods, by Brandy Williams
For the Love of the Gods
by Brandy Williams


Haunted Bridges, by Rich Newman
Haunted Bridges
by Rich Newman




Modern Spellcaster's Tarot, by Melanie Marquis & Scott Murphy
Modern Spellcaster's Tarot
by Melanie Marquis & Scott Murphy


Nessie, by Nick Redfern
Nessie
by Nick Redfern




Tarot Made Easy, by Barbara Moore & Eugene Smith
Tarot Made Easy
by Barbara Moore & Eugene Smith


The Yoga Way to Radiance, by Shakta Khalsa
The Yoga Way to Radiance
by Shakta Khalsa


Your Tarot Your Way, by Barbara Moore
Your Tarot, Your Way
by Barbara Moore




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