NOV 10, 2020: I'm away attending to a family emergency. You may still place an order but please note that it will not be shipped until late November. Thanks /// DV
*Use code "2021" if purchasing 3 or more calendars for a 20% discount ($20 ea)
The fourth annual Samaritan Press Hatha Yoga Calendar features an original illustration by David V. D'Andrea depicting the human form in lotus position with crescent moon and sun. Three peacocks perch upon the spiraling tree of life as the world serpent climbs skyward. Valerian and passionflower sprout from the earth, helpers in hope of a tempered and creative 2021.
Dimensions: 14 x24"
Four color (with split fountain) screen print by Monolith Press
Yogis use an Indian astrology system of calculation (rather than a simple astronomy calculation). In this system, it is the period of time prior to the point the moon becomes exactly new/full that is considered as the ‘moon day’ (called a tithi in Indian Astrology). Further more, in this system, the day is considered to begin at sunrise rather than mid-night.
Please refer to a website such as http://www.mypanchang.com/ to determine your region's moon days. They may deviate slightly from this calendar.
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100% of proceeds will be donated to Wide Awakes.
“Nature loves courage. You make the commitment and nature will respond to that commitment by removing impossible obstacles. Dream the impossible dream and the world will not grind you under, it will lift you up. This is the trick. This is what all these teachers and philosophers who really counted, who really touched the alchemical gold, this is what they understood. This is the shamanic dance in the waterfall. This is how magic is done. By hurling yourself into the abyss and discovering it’s a featherbed.” ~Terence McKenna
Photo: DV D'Andrea at Wast Water Lake, England. By Elena Lopez-Brea