Down through history, parents and elders have recounted legends linking listeners to the past. Prior works on the Kripalu tradition have treated its legends as entirely factual in nature. At the heart of these tales is Lakulish, an immortal yogi with a “divine body” who appears as needed to guide deserving seekers and keep the tradition potent. Lakulish is a wonder worker whose miraculous acts are always fascinating and instructive. Richard Faulds, who edited and provides the commentary for this lovely collection of teachings, believes the legends of Lakulish and others can also be read as deeply symbolic. Interpreted in this light, these teaching stories convey vital messages for anyone treading the Kripalu Yoga path.
Softcover, 108 pages