Linda Johnsen

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Linda Johnsen

Linda Johnsen (born 1954 in Chicago) is an author on yoga and other aspects of Hinduism. She earned a Masters degree in Eastern Studies[1] and did post-graduate work in Comparative Religions at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. In addition she spent decades studying Eastern traditions with Shakta and Shaivite yogis in India and North America.

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Johnsen's essays have appeared in numerous magazines including Yoga International,[2]Yoga Journal,[1] and Yoga Plus, as well as in many anthologies. Her books include:

  • Daughters of the Goddess: The Women Saints of India (1994)[3]
  • The Living Goddess (1999)
  • Meditation is Boring? Putting Life in Your Spiritual Practice (2000)
  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Hinduism (2002)
  • Alpha Teach Yourself Yoga (2003)
  • A Thousand Suns (2004)
  • Fearless Living: Yoga and Faith (editor, 2005)[4]
  • Lost Masters: Sages of Ancient Greece (2006)
  • Kirtan! Chanting as a Spiritual Path (2007) with Maggie Jacobus
  • A Thousand Suns: Designing Your Future With Vedic Astrology

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Johnsen, Linda. "Meditation Doesn't Have To Be Boring". Yoga Journal (November/December 1988): 18–25. ISSN 0191-0965. Retrieved 27 May 2010. 
  2. ^ Folan, Lilias M. (2005). Lilias! Yoga Gets Better with Age. Rodale. p. 226. ISBN 978-1-59486-070-6. 
  3. ^ Harding, Elizabeth U. "Holy Mothers (book review)". Yoga Journal (January/February 1995): 112. ISSN 0191-0965. Retrieved 27 May 2010. 
  4. ^ Rama, Swami (2005). Fearless living: yoga and faith. Himalayan Institute Press. pp. iii. ISBN 978-0-89389-251-7. 

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