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Lions Roar : July 2009
Sarah Powers, photographed by Michael Sexton on the cover contents featUres And If He Sees His Shadow... Harold Ramis says the spiritual resonance so many people felt with his quirky comedy Groundhog Day came as a surprise. perry garfinkel finds out what makes Ramis the master of the spiritual comedy. Taking Mindfulness to the Mat frank Jude Boccio applies the Buddha’s four foundations of mindfulness to hatha yoga. It will enrich your yoga practice and unify body and mind. One-Shot Mind Chögyam trungpa explains how to practice mindfulness of mind. Yoga With Insight: A Profile of Sarah Powers Andrea miller asks the well-known yoga teacher about her unique brand of yoga, and about what makes her life meaningful. 45 42 34 48 4 54 58 73 Yoga for Meditators shiva rea, rodney Yee, richard freeman & Beryl Bender Birch teach asanas to prepare your body and mind for sitting meditation. Care Taking When age and dementia undo her friend Julia, elizabeth Brownrigg discovers that true compassion sometimes means setting boundaries. For 30 Years the Best of Buddhism in America: Commentary From the pages of the Shambhala Sun, Buddhist- inspired comment on topics ranging from the meaning of Barack Obama to the Zen of baseball. The Problem With Problems We can’t always solve the problems of family and friends, and that can be more painful than our own troubles. But Judy lief says we can learn to be with one another just as we are. 34 48 23 54 42 4 shamBhaLa sUn JULy 2009 23