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Lions Roar : September 2011
When You Greet Me, I Bow If a couple sees their relationship as spiritual practice, their love is grounded in a deeper knowing of one another. Even if there are tough times, practicing brings them back to appreciation and affection. Norman Fischer on Practicing Together Waking Up Alone Everything changes; nothing lasts. In matters of the heart this can be a hard truth to wake up to. Karen Maezen Miller on Breaking Up The Buddha in the Mirror If we have the courage to look at ourselves honestly, we see both our flaws and our basic goodness, and we can finally make friends with ourselves. This is the ground for truly loving others. Carolyn Rose Gimian on Loving Ourselves 34 28 40 46 Contents 52 Let Me Count the Ways It was his first kiss, a moment when no one was running the show and no calculations were being made. In so many ways, love is like enlight- enment. John Tarrant on Falling in Love Six Ways to Make It Work After the honeymoon, real life sets in—budgets to balance, toilet seats left up, and in-laws coming for dinner—but if we practice the six paramitas, or transcendent perfections, we discover how to always live in love. Susan Piver on Being in a Relationship FEATURES 28 34 46 52 4 SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2011