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Lions Roar : July 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2008 11 Contributors LIZA DALBY (“There Is Much We Do Not Know about the Feelings of Butterflies,” page 29) is an anthropologist specializing in Japanese culture. Her 1983 book, Geisha, was based on her experiences con- ducting fieldwork among these traditional entertainers. Liza’s most recent book, East Wind Melts the Ice, is a memoir in the form of es- says about Eastern and Western culture and seasonal sensibilities. JACK KORNFIELD (“Discovering Our No- bility,” page 40) is co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock Medita- tion Center. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and has re- ceived advanced training as a husband, father, and activist (most recently returned from Israel/Palestine). His new book is The Wise Heart: A Guide to the Universal Teachings of Buddhist Psychology, excerpted in this issue. DESIRÉE RUMBAUGH (“Yoga for Meditators,” page 63) says it is her joy to travel the globe, teaching workshops and retreats that can lead students to powerful personal transformation. She is a frequent contributor to Yoga Journal; her most recent DVD is Yoga to the Res- cue for Back Pain. CHIP HARTRANFT (“Yoga’s Path to Libera- tion,” page 46) likes to explore the common ground of yoga and Buddhism. Founding director of The Arling- ton Center, he has taught yoga and mindfulness in the Boston area since 1980. Chip is the author of The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali: A New Translation with Commentary and the forthcoming How the Buddha Taught Meditation: New Light from Ancient Teaching. AARON HUEY (“The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen in Kabul,” page 52) is a freelance photographer whose recent journeys in- clude a hitchhiking trip across Siberia sponsored by the National Geographic Expedition Council, coverage of the chaos in Paki- stan after Benazir Bhutto’s assassination for The New Yorker, and adventures in Hezbollah country for National Geographic Adven- ture. More of Aaron’s work from Afghanistan can be found at www.aaronhuey.com. GAYLON FERGUSON (“Evaluating Eckhart,” page 85) is a Buddhist teacher and cultural anthropologist who teaches at Naropa University. He leads group medita- tion retreats and is completing a book on meditation and the nightmare of materialism called Discovering Natural Wakefulness. ANDREAROTHKARENCHURCHJONLEEANDERSONCHRISTINEALICINO.COM “A book that will be on the reading lists for sincere Buddhist students for generations ahead.” JACK KORNFIELD, author of A Path with Heart “A clear and practical guide to dealing with the unhappiness and frustration that come our way in life.” SHARON SALZBERG, author of Lovingkindness AVAILABLE NOW. For a schedule of Phillip Moffitt’s teaching tour visit www.dancingwithlife.org. DANCING WITH LIFE By Phillip Moffitt Preface by Venerable Ajahn Sumedho JULY 1-17.indd 11 JULY 1-17.indd 11 4/25/08 11:37:45 AM 4/25/08 11:37:45 AM