Books by Mary Angelon Young

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OUT NOW: Krishna's Heretic Lovers

Inspired by the work of renowned poet Chandidas and the ancient traditions of India, Krishna’s Heretic Lovers is a spellbinding tale of life and death, passion, unforgettable characters, and enduring love. In this timeless & true story, an overwhelming magnet of love and fate compels Chandidas and Rami to love and live against the prevailing religious and social customs of fourteenth century Bengal.
     Chandidas, a young Brahmin priest who has renounced his caste and family position to wander the dusty roads and forests of Bengal with a small band of mystic tantrikas, the Sahajiyas, arrives at a village where he encounters a beautiful young woman, Rami, washing clothes at the river. With the Sahajiyas, they embark upon a courageous path to discover their extraordinary destiny.

 

NEW E-BOOK: On the Road to Enlightened Duality

Reflections on Impermenance, Beauty, and the Path of Transformation

A seasoned traveler and adventurer on pilgrimage, Mary Angelon Young has crafted a collection of essays that explore universal themes such as impermanence, beauty and the path of transformation, comprising one wayfarer’s reflections and research. Each essay has its own integrity and stands on its own authority. Yet, taken as a whole, they form a useful map of the spiritual path, charting its depths through daily events, travel, relationships, creativity and work as continuous, integrated aspects of a life fully lived.
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Previous Releases

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The Baul Path is an eclectic tantric tradition of the wandering mystics of Bengal. This book traces its  earliest roots in the subcontinent of India, to its dissemination in the West in modern times.

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The only authorized biography of American spiritual teacher, Lee Lozowick (1943-2010). Begins with an extensive Prologue, setting the context of this radical American teacher's work with a free-ranging overview of his life and teachings to date. It proceeds with an in-depth coverage of his activities from 1975 through 1980, including the impact of his first book, Spiritual Slavery in 1975; the establishment of the community of Hohm; his friendship with the enigmatic Mr. E.J. Gold; his life-changing journey to India in 1977 where he first met his master, Yogi Ramsuratkumar, and his subsequent move in 1980 to establish a residential ashram in the hills of northern Arizona.

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Forward by Robert Beer

Although tattoos traditionally served significant religious and social functions in ancient cultures and indigenous tribes, they were considered taboo in the West for centuries. Arising out of the contemporary culture of the streets, tattoos have gained ground in recent decades as symbolic emblems of life on Earth in our millenium.


Hohm Sahaj Mandir Study Manual - Volumes I, II, III & IV
A Handbook for Practitioners on Every Spiritual and/or Transformational Path

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These four volumes represent thirty years of the teaching work of Western Baul Master, Lee Lozowick. Written by a group of students and devotees who have lived with the Master and practiced his teaching over many years, each chapters contains large excerpts from Lee’s talks and seminars, with extensive commentary by practitioners. The four books cover topics of interest and necessity to all students of spirituality and transformation, starting with the basics: the need for transformation, connection to a lineage, the context of spiritual work and spiritual practice, and progressing to more esoteric subjects such as kundalini, alchemy, sex and prayer. Each chapter is augmented with reference from other major world religious traditions, particularly those of devotional Hinduism and tantric Buddhism. These volumes taken all together represent a gold mine of spiritual literature.

This book of essays presents the essential teachings of the Western Baul spiritual master Lee Lozowick, with special emphasis on what he has named “Enlightened Duality.”

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A first-hand account of a one-year journey around the world in the company of tantric teacher Lee Lozowick, written from the perspective of a student on the path. This book catalogues the trials and wonders of day-to-day interactions between teacher and students, and presents a broad range of his teachings given in seminars from San Francisco, California to Rishikesh, India. As It Is considers the core principles of tantra, including non-duality, compassion, service to others and transformation within daily life.


We Like to Nurse Too is a children’s picture book. It focuses attention on our kinship with all mammals, using simple text and delightful full-color illustrations of animal mothers naturally feeding their babies. The illustrations and text highlight sea mammals living in the oceans of our shared planet home. Children learn about the nursing habits of animals they love from all parts of the world––porpoises, dolphins, sea lions, orca whales and others. This book is the sequel to Hohm Press’s highly successful We Like to Nurse.

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También A Nosotros Nos Gusta Amamantar / We Like to Nurse Too is a bilingual children’s picture book. It focuses attention on our kinship with all mammals, using simple text and delightful full-color illustrations of animal mothers naturally feeding their babies. The illustrations and text highlight sea mammals living in the oceans of our shared planet home. Children learn about the nursing habits of animals they love from all parts of the world––porpoises, dolphins, sea lions, orca whales and others. This book is the sequel to Hohm Press’s highly successful, We Like to Nurse.

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Yogi Ramsuratkumar
By M. Young

Yogi Ramsuratkumar was for many years a well-kept secret, hiding in plain sight as he was by wandering the byways and streets of India as a mendicant beggar. Today his ashram in Tamil Nadu is a pilgrimate site for thousands.


Written in the style of a wayfarer’s journal, this book chronicles the travels and teachings of Baul Khepa, Lee Lozowick, during the summer of 2005, which marked thirty years since the commencement of his teaching work. From the Southwestern desert of the U.S. to England, France and Germany, readers join the caravan of travelers, meeting Khepa Lee and his students in unexpected situations, both usual and extraordinary, and sharing in the insight, provocation, art, music, grace and grit in which this living teacher offers up gems of wisdom with eloquence, humor and honesty.


We Like to Live Green
By Mary Young

This little Earth-friendly book provides a basic introduction to vital environmental themes offered in ways that are appealing to both young children and adults. We can all recycle and reuse, conserve water, grow a garden ... and much more! Presented in lively full-color photo montages, it demonstrates how to make a difference in a world threatened by pollution and ecological imbalance, and inspires the joy of loving and appreciating the Earth, our home.

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This bilingual (English/Spanish) Earth-friendly book provides a basic introduction to vital environmental themes offered in ways that are appealing to both young children and adults. We can all recycle and reuse, conserve water, grow a garden ... and much more! Presented in lively full-color photo montages, it demonstrates how to make a difference in a world threatened by pollution and ecological imbalance, and inspires the joy of loving and appreciating the Earth, our home.

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