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Lions Roar : July 2011
$6.99 US / $7.99 Canada BUDDHISM CULTURE MEDITATION LIFE JULY 2011 DIANE ACKERMAN • THICH NHAT HANH • RAJ PATEL • ANNE CUSHMAN • JOANNA BURGER SHAMBHALA SUN Mindful Living Healing Painful Emotions The mindful way to self-compassion Eating Issues How to tame the wanting mind A Practice for Teens Help for those difficult years Wisdom 2.0 Mindful living in a distracted world Contemplative Education Asking the real questions The Meditating Brain The science behind mindfulness Mindfulness is the simple, nonsectarian practice that changes lives. Cultivating our natural mindfulness has proven benefits for our health, happiness, and relationships, bringing more skill and compassion into everything we do. The Second Annual Guide to