from the sanskrit root “sev,” meaning to serve, to adore, to honour: seed sewa is an expression of solidarity + collective care beyond borders, supporting Farmers kin's resistance of neoliberal, colonial erasures + exploitation. chardikala.

How to Meditate - A Practical Guide by Kathleen Macdonald

From by Buster Woodruff-Bryant and Maya Gurung Russell-Campbell of Prajna Bookshop

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Prajñā is a Sanskrit term meaning the highest form of wisdom or knowledge. We live in a digital era and the way we consume information has vastly changed. Books are very special because they’re physical objects that you have an intimate experience with instead of the transient relationship we have with online materials.Here at Prajñā we are sourcing books on a wide array of subjects such as ethical living, personal healing practices, spirituality and philosophy and arts and culture.What's happening right now in India affects us all, in so many more ways than we could imagine so we wanted to offer a great book to you with all the proceeds going to those affected.
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