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articles, interviews, and excerpts. Parabola has a flavor of open-minded inquiry that has a common heritage with the theoso- phists, so the Buddhist reader might find this collection of short pieces a bit uneven. But there are some surprising inclusions (for example, "Buddhist Economics," an excerpt from E.F. Shumacher's classic Small Is Beautiful) and some rare gems (Robert Aitken's "The Body of the Bud- dha," for example) that will make reading it worthwhile. Subsequent volumes in the Inner Traditions series will compile Chris- tian, Gurdjieffian, Hindu, Indigenous, Islamic, Jewish, and "Myth, Psyche and Spirit" material from Parabola. INSPIRED LIVES: The Best of Real Life Yoga from Ascent Magazine Edited by Clea McDougall Timeless Books, 2005; 300 pp.; $25.95 (paper) Here is another anthology drawn from the archives of a thoughtful "alternative spirituality" magazine. An independent, not - for- profit quarterly of "yoga and en- gaged spirituality," Ascent started some thirty years ago as a small community newsletter for Yasodhara Ashram, a Brit- ish Columbia yoga center started by Swa- mi Rhada. Rhada-born Sylvia Demitz in Berlin-was one of the first Western women to train in India as a yogi and re- turn to teach in the West. Inspired Lives collects essays from Ascent's first six years as a full-size magazine, under the editor- ship of Clea McDougall, who says, "We just had a vision of how to explore yoga, what it could look like, how it could be lived, practiced, and loved." Without be- ing limited to anyone spiritual practice or occupation, the inspiring people profiled in this volume reflect Ascenfs vision of a "lived yoga." . Professional Creative, Community-Oriented Choose a career that makes a diffirence MA Program Counseling Psychology (MFT): A part-time evening program designed for students who desire a professional career in counseling and psychotherapy. The academic schedule accommodates individuals seeking to pursue an advanced degree while engaged in full-time work, family obligations, or community activities. The M.A. in Counseling Psychology fulfills all academic requirements to sit for the California Marriage and Family Therapy state licensure examination. Ph.D. Program Clinical Psychology: Designed to train professionally licensed clinicians with an emphasis on holistic therapeutic methods. Students develop strong clinical skills while cultivating a deeper understanding of the spiritual and creative roots of psychological experience. The Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology fulfills all academic requirements to sit for the California Board of Psychology licensure examination. ACCREDITED BY THE WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2006 91