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Rasa Yoga Boutique

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  • It's starting to get chilly! Check out the new Mexican blankets in stock today. We have some nice fall colors to choose.
  • Holiday Gift-Giving Idea! Escape from it all with 100% silk aromatherapy eye pillows from Barefoot Yoga. Made in India from ceremonial sari designs and solid colors. Filled with flax seeds and dried lavender, these soft and cooling eye pillows work as a mood tonic, antidepressant, headache remedy and detoxifier. Hand-washable, refillable, and adjustable (zippered opening). Used for deepening relaxation during Savasana, meditation or afternoon naps.
  • Lots of new shawls in the shop today! Deep green, brick red and more. Come get something new for the Fall:)
  • How to Know God is a simple and poetic translation and commentary on Patanjali's Yoga Sutras. You'll return to this beautiful book again and again. An essential piece for your library at only $10.95
  • Yantra Wisdom Cards are in! You are familiar with these if you have attended a Healing Immersion at Rasa Villa. Get a set for yourself today! Just $30.
  • Another gift item to check out. Padma read from this beautiful book recently in a workshop. It makes a perfect little stocking stuffer. The Butterfly Effect by Andy Andrews The decisions you make and the way you treat others have more impact than you may ever realize. Speaker and New York Times best-selling author Andy Andrews shares a compelling and powerful story about a decision one man made over a hundred years ago, and the ripple effect it's had on us individually, and nationwide, today. It's a story that will inspire courage and wisdom in the decisions we make, as well as affect the way we treat others through our lifetime. Andrews speaks over 100 times a year, and The Butterfly Effect is his #1 most requested story.
  • Tiger Eye Mala - Durgā is the invincible form of the Devi. The supremely radiant goddess rides a lion and carries in her eight arms various weapons, such as Lord Shiva’s trident and Lord Vishnu’s disc, as well as the lotus flower, which together symbolize the unity of all divine forces. Durgā manifests when the existence of the gods is threatened. Self-sufficient, she is the goddess of the divine feminine power known as Shakti.
  • Sandalwood Mala - Gaṇeśa, the wise elephant-headed god is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Also called “Ganapataye,” he is the remover of obstacles and Lord of Wisdom and Intellect. His name is invoked at the start of every new endeavor, ritual or ceremony. Kundalini Yoga teaches that Gaṇeśa has his permanent abode in the Muladhara Chakra, the base energetic center within every human being.
  • Rosewood Mala - Sri Hanuman is a symbol of physical strength, perseverance and unswerving devotion. He was an avatar of Lord Shiva, and though he had the body of an ape, mystical powers such as flying that enabled him to help Lord Rama fight evil forces. Hanuman is the ultimate example of a devotee.
  • Rudraksa Mala - Rudrākṣa means “the eye of Lord Shiva” in Sanskrit. Rudrākṣa beads are the seeds of a Himalayan fruit tree that the scriptures say sprang from Lord Shiva’s tears while he meditated with open eyes to save the world from evil forces. Rudrākṣa beads are treasured for the manifold powers they bestow, such as tranquility, concentration, and above all, assistance on the path to enlightenment.
  • Man-made Malachite Mala - Lakṣmī, the consort of Lord Vishnu, is one of the primary forms of the Devī and is the goddess of spiritual and material wealth and prosperity. With a beautiful golden complexion, Lakṣmī symbolizes beauty, fertility and purity. Her four arms represent the four aims of human life: dharma (righteousness), artha (wealth), kama (desire), and moksha (liberation from the cycle of birth and death).
  • Eye of the Lotus is in Rasikas! Padma will be referring to this book in Rasa Asana Immersion this weekend. We have 5 copies. Get yours now!
  • New book to add to your library! Translation and commentary of one of the most important texts of the Kashmirian Shivaism tradition of Tantra • Author was a student of the late Kalu Rinpoche • Explores the transmission of Mahamudra, the Great Cosmic Gesture • Includes the Vijnanabhaïrava Tantra, which contains the totality of the oldest source text on Yoga The Spandakarika, the "Tantric Song of the Divine Pulsation," is said to have been transmitted directly to the sage Vasugupta from the hands of Shiva on Mount Kailas. In his commentary on these fifty-two stanzas, the sage Ksemaraja described them as the heart of the Mahamudra. The oldest masters of Spandakarika viewed everything in the universe, including matter, as consciousness and created a yoga practice in accordance with this realization. The sacred dance of Yoga Spandakarika, Tandava, is extremely subtle and difficult, requiring thousands of hours of practice to master, yet it surpasses any other physical practice, allowing the practitioner to touch the divine inner pulse. Once its third stage has been mastered, the yogi or yogini is able to manifest the dance of Shiva in space, a tradition visible in the statuary of Tantric temples in India and Tibet. Energy is no longer contracted by the perception of duality, and the mind and body become unbounded, forming a sphere that contains all that was formerly outside. In Yoga Spandakarika Daniel Odier passes on these vanishing teachings as he received them from his Tibetan master, Kalu Rinpoche, and Kashmiri yogi Lalita Devi.
  • Secret of the Yoga Sutras is on sale 10% off! Smarana people, you're going to need it, so now's the time!
  • This new book - Myths of the Asanas - is a perfect supplement for Devarupa's workshop this weekend! Practitioners around the world reap the physical benefits of yoga, assuming poses and frequently calling them by their Sanskrit names. While many know that hanumanasana is named for the deity Hanuman, few understand why this is the case. Behind each asana and its corresponding movements is an ancient story about a god, sage, or sacred animal, much like Aesop’s fables or European folktales. Myths of the Asanas is the first book to collect and retell these ancient stories. The myths behind yoga’s spiritual tradition have the power to help students of all levels realize their full potential. Meditating on the tolerance of trees while standing in tree pose can help one become more tolerant. Learning how the disfigured sage Astavakra came to be the teacher of a king can liberate us from anxieties about our external appearance and our self imposed limitations. Marveling at Hanuman’s devotion to Ram can serve as a source of spiritual strength and determination. With more than sixty beautiful illustrations to frame the stories, Myths of the Asanas will add a new dimension to your practice and study of yoga.