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Born Yogis by Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa
Born Yogis by Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa
Previous reviews seem to have missed the point -- this book does not claim to "teach" children yoga. It is a fun book of wondrous photos of children doing what comes naturally.

Does what it says in the tin: depicts children as born yogis.

The photography is great. This is a fantastic gift for a new parent or grandparent.

It makes you smile.

Just lovely.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Starts out great, but then... downhill, 13 Oct 2009
This product started out wonderfully.... popped it out the box, turned it on, and it began glowing in several colours at different soft to medium intensities and it seemed safe enough to let baby cuddle it (well, as much as you can 'cuddle' a firm plastic animal) and chew the ears of when teething, etc., while falling asleep. My baby fell asleep chewing on the ear and being soothed by the then-soft glowing lights... and after she was asleep, I propped it on the table for a nightlight... but then...

I realised I had been using it only at partial charge. First time it lost full charge and I had to plug it in to the mains to recharge it -- (it can be used while plugged into the… Read more
Inner Art of Vegetarianism: Spiritual Practices fo&hellip by Carol J. Adams
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As a vegetarian, I am getting heartily tired of the way vegans are usurping the word "vegetarian" to mean only them (I used to be vegan, so I know from the inside that this is a conscious trend). This book does just that.

I was so excited to get hold of a book that speaks intelligently about the links and pracitices of vegetarianism and spirituality, only to be excluded from the book by page 10: the author is crystal clear that any of us who ingest milk, eggs or honey (no matter how organic, local, responsible, humane or sustainably sourced) need not apply further for any enlightenment or deepening of spiritual practice.

So vegans will find this book a wonderful… Read more