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Lions Roar : January 2014
10 Contributors LARRY ROSENBERG (“Be a Lamp Unto Yourself,” page 30) fol- lowed his ten years as a university professor with decades of dharma practice with teachers including J. Krish- namurti, Seung Sahn, Anagarika Munindra, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Ajahn Buddhadasa. He is the founder of Cam- bridge Insight Medita- tion Center and a senior teacher at the Insight Meditation Society. He describes his new book, Three Steps to Awaken- ing, excerpted in this issue, as a mix of Krish- namurti’s directness and the more tempered approach of the Bud- dha—delivered with the remnants of a Brooklyn Jewish accent. ANYEN RINPOCHE and ALLISON CHO YING ZANGMO (“In Search of the Genuine,” page 23) met in Nepal more than fourteen years ago. In the years following, Anyen Rinpoche gave Allison a traditional Vajrayana education and trained her as a translator. Later, they opened the Orgyen Khamdroling Dharma Center in Den- ver. They have authored five books, including Dying with Confidence, created to help people do just that. Their latest is The Tibetan Yoga of Breath, which focuses on physical, mental, and emotional healing. MIRABAI BUSH (“Being Here,” page 71) has been practicing and teaching dharma since 1970. She co- founded Seva Founda- tion, with Ram Dass and others, and the Center for Contempla- tive Mind in Society, where she developed programs for educa- tors, lawyers and judges, social justice activists, the U.S. Army, and businesses, includ- ing Google. Mirabai recently released the CD Working with Mindfulness and, with Daniel Barbezat, Con- templative Practices and Higher Education. She is trying to retire. PHOTOS(LEFTTORIGHT)BYNANCYPALMIERI,MICHAELCAHOON,THERESAWONG,CLAREO’DONOGHUE,PAULDAVIS PAUL DAVIS (cover photo) was a 19-year- old Marine serving in Vietnam in 1966, the year Thich Nhat Hanh founded the lay Order of Interbeing. In 2008, while on retreat with Nhat Hanh in Hanoi, Davis was ordained into the Order. He is a documentary pho- tographer living in Cincinnati and a fre- quent contributor to The Mindfulness Bell, the magazine of Thich Nhat Hanh’s sangha. More of his photos can be seen at www. flickr.com/photos/ touchingpeacephoto. GENINE LENTINE (“About a Poem,” page 88) was artist-in- residence at the San Francisco Zen Center in 2010. She is the author of Poses: An Essay Drawn from the Model, Mr. Worthing- ton’s Beautiful Experi- ments on Splashes and Found Dharma Talks. Genine’s writing has appeared in The Baffler, Funk & Wag, and The Best Bud- dhist Writing 2013. She teaches at the San Francisco Art Institute. SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2014