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Lions Roar : September 2012
4 SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2012 Contents FEATURES 64 39 30 Always Beginner’s Mind: Zen Center at 50 It’s a lively, practice-oriented, and multi-faceted community that’s profoundly influenced how Zen is practiced and lived in America. Colleen Morton Busch reports from San Francisco Zen Center on its fiftieth anniversary. Mind Waves Zen Center founder Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, author of the classic Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, explains how to practice zazen correctly, the difference between small and big mind, and the true nature of thoughts. Pure Fiction Mystery, suspense, science fiction—Andrea Miller profiles three Buddhist-inspired novelists who make up stories to tell deeper truths about our world. Playing with Buddha At age seven, Ira Sukrungruang believed that the Buddha was more than just a bronze statue. The Buddha was his best friend. An Element of Unreasonability We celebrate the Shambhala Sun’s founder, Chögyam Trungpa, with a series of never-before- published teachings. In this issue: Mahamudra. 56 71 Real Peace in Times of Stress 42 48 A special section on how to find peace, calm, and sanity in a stressed-out world The Middle Way of Stress Judy Lief on what Buddhist wisdom teaches us about stress—where it really comes from, how it manifests, and why we may need it on the spiritual path. Plus, leading Buddhist teachers and mindfulness experts show us simple, powerful techniques for real relief from stress—at work, at home, in our relationships, and more. RELATIONSHIPS Susan Gillis Chapman HEALTH Susan Bauer-Wu WORK Michael Carroll NATURE Kathleen Dean Moore TECHNOLOGY Lori Deschene PARENTING Diana Winston BODY Sister Chan Khong HUMOR Carolyn Rose Gimian TEENS Jessica Morey THE FINAL WORD Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso