A Good Week, and It's Not Over

Feb 25, 2011 | Pleasure, Wisdom, Yoga practices | 2 comments

Many lovely things have happened to me this week. Just at this very moment, I can think of two:
1) Being given “The Irresistibly Brilliant Blog Award” by fellow blogster (terrible word) from “Composting A Life”, a great site for writers, philosophers and other humans – http://compostingalife.wordpress.com/
2) Being given a copy of The Radiance Sutras, a book comprising 112 meditations “for opening to the divine in everyday life”. Based on the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra, this version was created/translated by Lorin Roche, PH.D.
I have been given worthy books in the past and had difficulty getting beyond the introduction. This book I love. It’s about meditation that leads to being turned on to life, and more.
The book finishes with several pages of light-hearted wisdom. For instance, Dr. Roche offers this advice to yogis and/or meditators:

Take naps. If you have been doing yoga and the sutras for awhile, your body will tend to enter deep repose when you take a nap, or just lie there and sort of catnap or “savasana nap.” There is often a meditative quality to the dozing, as well as a feeling of being drenched in rejuvenation and healing.

The Radiance Sutras is gift you would do well to give yourself, one of those that keeps on giving. I recommend it.

- a good week, and it's not over

Divine Sunset


  1. Eve, thank you so much for this juicy endorsement of THE RADIANCE SUTRAS, the translation of the Bhairava Tantra by my husband and partner, Dr. Lorin Roche. Here is a link to order the book, if anyone in your community would like copies: http://camillemaurine.com/page6/page77/page77.html
    In love and gratitude,
    Camille Maurine

    • No worries, Camille. I’m happy to refer any and all to your web link for The Radiance Sutras. Hopefully, one day we’ll meet in person.
      Warmly, Eve


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