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Atmabandhu “Soulmate” Sanskrit in Devanagari calligraphy, paper mounted on board with gold wash, by Stewart J. Thomas. This piece was just accepted to the juried exhibition “Calligraphies in Conversation” curated by the Ziya Art Center and will be exhibited this fall at the San Francisco Public Library in California.

Atmabandhu “Soulmate” Sanskrit in Devanagari calligraphy, paper mounted on board with gold wash, by Stewart J. Thomas. This piece was just accepted to the juried exhibition “Calligraphies in Conversation” curated by the Ziya Art Center and will be exhibited this fall at the San Francisco Public Library in California.Read More

Abhyasa, Sanskrit, regular spiritual practice “Practice is the sustained effort to rest in that stillness

Abhyasa, Sanskrit, regular spiritual practice
“Practice is the sustained effort to rest in that stillnessRead More

Svadhyaya, Sanskrit for self study and introspection. One of the Niyamas (observances

Svadhyaya, Sanskrit for self study and introspection. One of the Niyamas (observancesRead More