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Reviews by Deborah Adams

Deborah Adams

Deborah Adams is the author of the Jesus Creek novels, as well as numerous short stories and non-fiction works. In her day job, she works as an advocate for victims of domestic violence. By night, she writes and enjoys her micro-farm. Follow her adventures on her blog, Notes from Dry Creek Farm.

The Three Principal Aspects of the Path

Buddhist philosophy seems simple only until we attempt to implement the teachings; as any practitioner quickly realizes, as soon as we are faced with the real world, even the straightest path to enlightenment is riddled with potholes and roadblocks, not to mention those confusing road signs that seem designed to discourage us wholly from the pursuit of compassion.

The Subtle Body: The Story of Yoga in America

If you assume, as I did, that yoga came to the United States via the Maharishi in the 1970s, you’ll be surprised again and again as you read Stefanie Syman’s The Subtle Body.