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Lions Roar : March 2006
SITTING WITH KOANS Essential Writings on the Practice of Zen Koan Introspection EDITED BY JOHN DAIDO lOORI . INTRODUCTION BY TOM KIRSHNER 352 PAGES, ISBN 0861713699, $16.95 "This collection of classic writings on koans will get you started and open up the treasure in your own heart:' -John Tarrant, author of Bring Me the Rhinoceros (And Other Zen Koans to Bring You Joy) RUDE AWAKENINGS Two Englishmen on Foot in Buddhism's Holy Land AJAHN SUCITTO AND NICK SCOTT. FOREWORD BY STEPHEN BATCHELOR 352 PAGES, ISBN 0861714857, $16.95 "Rude Awakenings is a throwback to what began it all: the slow road to enlightenment. It's also a badminton in play between the Odd Couple of Spirituality, and one lovely read:' -Tad Wise, co-author of Circling the Sacred Mountain THE BUDDHA'S APPRENTICES More Voices of Young Buddhists SUM I lOUNDON . FOREWORD BY SHARON SALZBERG 240 PAGES, ISBN 086171332X, $16.95 "This stellar follow-up to Blue Jean Buddha is a great introduction to Buddhism and an inspiration to all practitioners."-Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx MIND TRAINING The Great Collection TRANSLATED AND EDITED BYTHUPTEN JINPA 768 PAGES, CLOTH, ISBN 0861714407, $49.95 "For the first time, the instructions of the great Kadampa masters have been translated in their entirety. Their clarity and raw power are astonishingly fresh:' -Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly LOTUS KAZ TANAHASHI AND ALLAN BAilLIE 128 PAGES, ISBN 0861712773, $14.95 This one-of-a-kind book, woven with stunning photographs and resonant poetry, captures the universal meaning and deep emotion evoked by the world's oldest flower.