A deck of 36 oracle cards and message book to assist in recognizing one’s true nature. Cover art and Illustrations by Zenju Earthlyn Manuel – Now available at blackangelcards.com.
Tell Me Something About Buddhism (foreword by Thich Nhat Hanh) – After being involved in Buddhist practice for over twenty years, after an L.A. upbringing in an African-American Christian church, I intertwine throughout the book personal experiences as student of Buddha’s teachings. My life in the Sangha, my teaching in local communities, and my travels around the world meeting other Buddhist practitioners enliven my answers to the most fundamental questions about Buddhist practice. I wrote, “Had I not opened myself to the many teachings from the earth, such as Buddha’s wisdom, it would have been nearly impossible to survive the fires of my soul.” The book is self-illustrated. Please first ask your local bookstore to order it from the publisher or go to amazon.com.
Be Love (a free e-book) is another straight forward and simple book. How can we BE LOVE instead of craving it? This simple book explores that question and presents Four Paths of Being Love based in Buddhist teachings. Guaranteed to make you re-think love and transform your expression of it. Available through Amazon.com.
Update: If you don’t have a Kindle and would like a PDF please use Paypal to pay. Pay to email@example.com. Cost for booklet is $4.00 (includes fees & handling for using Paypal).
A great deal of poetry and art surfaced while I was at Zen Center for eleven weeks. Many have asked for copies so I thought to create an e-booklet with a sample of the work. I hope it is enjoyable. I plan to print an actual book with the funds collected through the sale of this ebooklet. Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWXGKT0/ref=rdr_kindle_ext_tmb
Seeking Enchantment: A Spiritual Journey Of Healing From Oppression (Kasai River Press, 2002) – Out of Print but a few used copies at online bookstores.
CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR TO THE FOLLOWING:
Commentary on The Zen Mirror Tokeiji- Recognizing Who You Are – in Hidden Lamp edited by Florence Caplow and Susan Moon
Bearing Up In The Wild Winds in Dharma, Color and Culture: New Voices in Western Buddhism by Hilda Gutierrez Baldoquin
Finding Home in the Way I Walk in Together We are One, Edited by Thich Nhat Hanh