|Frogs National Geographic Wall Calendar: National Geographic photographers have captured some of the world's most unusual frogs through the camera's lens. With over 4,000 species of frogs identified around the world, the variety of shapes and colors is endlessly fascinating. National Geographic Frogs 2009 includes international holidays, moon phases, and informational text on habitat, mating habits, and seasonal activity. National Geographic's net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.|
|Elephants National Geographic Wall Calendar: National Geographic Elephants 2009 features big bold images of elephants by celebrated wildlife photographers. Admired for their size and intelligence, the elephants featured in this twelve month calendar have been photographed in their natural habitat. Each month includes a large grid with moon phases, international holidays, and informational text. Sales of National Geographic calendars support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.|
|Eagles National Geographic Wall Calendar: Easily recognized due to its white (bald) head and tail, the Eagle is a national emblem of the United States. National Geographic Eagles 2009 features an extraordinary photographic collection of eagles in their natural habitat accompanied by informational text. Each month includes a large grid with moon phases and international holidays. Sales of National Geographic calendars support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.|
|Zen Mind Wall Calendar: The beginner�s mind of Zen Buddhism is revealed through authentic sacred art and profoundly simple wisdom. Zenga art, Zen-inspired brushstroke art, surprises and confounds our expectations, and yet, created by 17th and 18th century monks who were amateur painters, has a startlingly modern appeal. The Gitter-Yelen collection of Zenga painting is widely regarded as one of the preeminent collections in the West.|
Each month, the Zen Mind, Beginner�s Mind wall calendar features a Zenga masterwork paired with quotes from Not Always So by Shunryu Suzuki (1905-1971). Suzuki-roshi was considered one of the most influential Zen teachers of his time and was a direct spiritual descendent of the 13th century Zen master, Dogen.
|Year of Healthy Living Wall Calendar: A Year of Healthy Living wall calendar by Ann Lovejoy is a warm, heartfelt invitation to expand your awareness, improve your meal choices, and enjoy life more every day. Each month features topics that approach food as a nurturing component of life that supports and sustains you. Artful fruit and vegetable photographs are paired with nutritious recipes and helpful tips, while weekly affirmations encourage steady progress at your own pace and invite you to rejoice in the simple joys that surround us all. A Year of Healthy Living is about wanting the very best for ourselves and choosing health and well-being.|
|Mara Friedman Wall Calendar: Mara Berendt Friedman has been creating paintings that honor the Feminine aspect of Spirit for more than ten years. Her imagery draws inspiration from cultures around the world, from the cycle of the seasons and from universal symbols and form. Ms. Friedman's work blends diverse influences, from the paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe and Chagall to Tibetan, Hindu, Aboriginal, African and Native American art.|
|First published 25 years ago, Dan Millman�s Way of the Peaceful Warrior is one of the most compelling spiritual sagas of our time. In 2006, the book was made into a movie starring Nick Nolte as a mysterious and unpredictable old warrior who teaches Millman about living in alignment with the heart, free of striving and the pressure to perform. Wisdom of the Peaceful Warrior, published in 2007 by New World Library, further explores Millman�s key ideas. The Wisdom of the Peaceful Warrior wall calendar pairs Millman�s text with sports photography carefully selected to illuminate the timeless messages of this beloved spiritual classic.|
|William Blake Wall Calendar: Eighteenth century English poet, artist, mystic and prophetic visionary William Blake was virtually unknown during his own lifetime; a quintessential outsider artist. Today he is widely recognized as one of the greatest poets in the English language, as well as a powerfully original visionary artist. This calendar presents a selection of art and poetry illustrating Blake's passionate lifelong belief that art and the imagination are doorways to the Divine.|
|Urban Tails Wall Calendar: In cities and towns across the world, feral cats roam unnoticed, with generation after generation making their way through lives filled with hardship. When photographer Knox began noticing the growing colony of cats in the alley behind his recording studio, he entered a complex world of feline families struggling for survival. In many ways brutal, this world was also filled with strong family bonds, intriguing personalities and real emotion. The Urban Tails wall calendar, featuring Knox�s striking images, celebrates these survivors at the intersection of nature and industry.|
|Tao Wall Calendar: The inexhaustible wisdom of the Tao is alive in this new calendar from best-selling author and master calligrapher Chungliang Al Huang. Every month features Chinese calligraphy representing a Taoist virtue paired with an illuminating quote. Each character is set within an open circle, which symbolizes the unlimited human potential to receive wisdom. Knowledge can be acquired, but wisdom is a gift for those who are open to receive it. Through these open circles and potent, resourceful Chinese metaphors, we enter into the depth of the living Tao.|
|Spirit Horses Wall Calendar: Through his luminous photography of horses, Tony Stromberg works to bridge what he calls "modern life's disturbing separation between people and nature." This gorgeous Spirit Horses wall calendar is filled with extraordinary portraits of horses, both wild and domestic, paired with quotations from teachers and writers exploring equine wisdom and its intersection with spirituality.|
|Sage Woman Wall Calendar: The SageWoman wall calendar presents exquisite interpretations of Goddess virtues that guide and empower women every day. Each month marks the turning of the Wheel of the Year with seasonal themes, festivals, suggestions to bless each day, and much more adding up to 365 ways to celebrate the Goddess in every woman.|
|Sacred Images of Tibet Wall Calendar: Classic images of authentic Tibetan thangka paintings open a sacred doorway into the world of Tibetan Buddhism. This Sacred Images of Tibet wall calendar features handsomely displayed meditative images of buddhas, goddesses and tantric figures that greet you each month. |
The paintings are all by master thangka artists living in Kathmandu, Nepal. Each thangka is paired with a quote from the highly revered Tibetan Buddhist classic, A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life (Snow Lion Publications).
|Jelaluddin Rumi (1207�1273) is a master of ecstatic poetry. His masterpieces have inspired countless people throughout history, and today, thanks to the magical translations of Coleman Barks, Rumi's poetry is more popular than ever. Bark's translations are paired with exquisite Persian miniatures from important museum collections in London, England and St. Petersburg, Russia. The rich intricacy of the artwork complements Rumi's mystical metaphors, in which the yearning for the divine beloved represents the soul's quest for wholeness.|
|Prayer & Meditation Wall Calendar: The Prayer & Meditation wall calendar is an awe-inspiring testament to our oneness in Spirit that transcends all boundaries. The breathtaking beauty of the photographs and quotes invites us to deepen our relationship with the Divine. An outpouring of appreciation from many faiths continues to greet this award-winning calendar. Each image is accompanied by a prayer/quote from various traditions and an illuminating aphorism by Swami Amar Jyoti.|
|The Power of Now Wall Calendar: In the best-selling book The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle explains in remarkably clear terms how living in the now is the truest path to happiness and enlightenment. Tolle is a widely respected teacher whose views go beyond any particular religion, doctrine or guru, showing us how we can access our deepest self by living fully, and intensely, in the now. |
Each month pairs wisdom quotes by Mr. Tolle with the spectacular photography of David and Marc Muench. The images have been carefully selected to support the teachings of The Power of Now, helping readers to connect to this essential wisdom and to stay focused in the present moment all year long.
|Posters for Peace & Justice Wall Calendar: From the days of the Quaker broadsides against slavery to the current conflict in the Middle East, people have used ink and paper to speak out for peace and justice. Produced in partnership with Inkworks Press of Berkeley, California, and the Center for the Study of Political Graphics in Los Angeles, the Posters for Peace & Justice wall calendar offers reprints of political action posters, many of them still disturbingly relevant, combined with mission statements on the posters from the original artists.|
|Pema Chodron Wall Calendar: Best-selling author Pema Chodron is a leading exponent of teachings on meditation and how they apply to everyday life. She is widely known for her charming and down-to-earth interpretation of Tibetan Buddhism for Western audiences. Pema studied under the meditation master Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and is the resident teacher at Gampo Abbey in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, the first Tibetan monastery for Westerners.|
Pema Chodron: Awakening the Heart wall calendar features quotes from Pemas book Comfortable with Uncertainty, which is designed to help us cultivate compassion and awareness within the challenges of daily life. These insightful quotes are paired with beautifully evocative and meditative nature photography.
|The Organic Kitchen Garden Wall Calendar: The Organic Kitchen Garden wall calendar is a perfect companion to every cook's kitchen. Featuring beautiful photographs of kitchen gardens and the lush produce they offer, this calendar pairs images with recipes and tips inspired by the bounty of kitchen gardens and the local farmer's market. |
Each month offers a simple, seasonal and healthful recipe along with tips on growing, harvesting, canning and cookingall with an emphasis on the importance of an organic approach.
|Museum of Lost Wonder Wall Calendar: Open The Museum of Lost Wonder wall calendar and step into a world full of compelling images, fascinating historical tidbits, and provocative challenges to common myths. Follow your whimsy into this treasure trove to create a place where you can expand your mind and find your way back to the wonder of your own imagination. |
Author and artist Jeff Hoke blends his knowledge of science and art with his classical studies of 17th-century alchemy and the origins of philosophy and scientific theory, creating exhibits in his museum that dazzle the imagination. These magnificent illustrations return us to an era where the physician was also the magician, and the astronomer the astrologer.
|Mount Shasta Wall Calendar: Towering 14,162 feet above far northern California, Mt. Shasta is a landmark comparable to Japans Mt. Fuji. Home to Californias largest glacier, it is one of the volcanoes of the Cascade Range, part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. The photographs by Jane English and other photographers and writings in this calendar, compiled by Jane English, give many diverse perspectives on this magnificent mountain.|
|Meditation Art Wall Calendar: From the spiritual heart of India comes the profound and timeless tradition of using art to enhance meditation and spiritual practice. To that end, we present the Meditation Art wall calendar, featuring all original artwork by Indian artists, paired with meditative text. The images are from the Rajasthan region of India, produced on paper and cloth that is hundreds of years old, as well as hand-made lithographs and magnificent miniatures painted onto antique Indian banknotes from the 1800s.|
|Medicine Wheel Wall Calendar: When the late Sun Bear first had his vision of the Medicine Wheel, he did not know how far-reaching that vision would be. Millions of people around the world have read the Medicine Wheel books, and untold numbers have participated in Medicine Wheel ceremonies to honor and heal the Earth Mother. Sandra Stanton's series of paintings beautifully illustrate the systems of Earth Astrology that invites us back into harmony with the earth.|
|Astrological Guide Wall Calendar: This innovative, user-friendly calendar links the cosmos to earth, astronomy to astrology, and offers a special focus on three Jupiter-Neptune unions in Aquarius along with Neptune returning to its 1846 discovery placement in the zodiac for the first time. Major celestial alignments are highlighted and interpreted, and the pioneering use of icons allows for an at-a-glance astrological assessment of what each calendar day has in store.|
|Lakota Way Wall Calendar: The Lakota Way wall calendar is based on the Lakota seasonal cycle and their lunar reckoning of 13 months of 28 days each (while also including the traditional Gregorian 12-month calendar). Months will include names such as Moon of Popping Trees and Moon of Ponies Shedding Their Hair. Joseph M. Marshall's text presents a traditional Lakota virtue for each month, guiding the reader along the Lakota path of wisdom while artwork is provided by Joseph Chamberlain.|
|Follow Your Bliss Wall Calendar: Follow Your Bliss features the insights of world-renowned scholar Joseph Campbell. Published in conjunction with the Joseph Campbell Foundation, this calendar features insightful and inspiring quotes from Mr. Campbell paired with images drawn from the world's great myths, including ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Aboriginal and Native American.|
Campbell was a life-long student and teacher of mythology and the human spirit. His focus was not just on cultures long dead, but on living myth as if manifests in modern culture and influences society.