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Lions Roar : March 2015
daughter, who was born with cerebral palsy and HIV. But then Dammann was in a car accident that left her severely physically handicapped and no longer able to even feed herself or brush her own teeth. At first Dammann was wholly engrossed in try- ing to manage her pain and regain her mobility, but over time boredom and frustration set in and she despaired because she could no longer be of service to others, a central part of her identity as a doctor, Buddhist, and mother. Moreover, she felt like she was a burden on her longtime partner, who was now the only able-bodied per- son in the house. This moving and intensely intimate documen- tary shows how the family adjusted to their shifting roles and responsibilities, and ultimately it shines a light on their resilience. As the fifth anniversary of the accident draws near, Dammann is sewing her robes to become a Zen priest and—as the first wheelchair-bound doctor at Laguna Honda Hospital—she is leading an innovative pain clinic. EVERYDAY LIFE AS MINDFULNESS PRACTICE Online course with Sylvia Boorstein Spirit Rock, $150 Everyday Life as Mind- fulness Practice focuses on taking our practice off the cushion and out into the world. Mindfulness, Sylvia Boorstein shows us, is a transformational tool in our relation- ships, in how we deal with technology, and even in how we go about tasks such as cooking dinner or walking the dog. Boor- stein offers course participants eleven video teachings, which were filmed in her home, as well as monthly live teleconfer- ence calls throughout the year with her and other class par- ticipants. The teleconferences—held the fourth Wednesday of each month—will already have started by the time you get this magazine, but it’s still possible to join in. Sylvia Boorstein, with her warmth and groundedness, is one of America’s most loved Buddhist teachers. She’s the author of many books, including Pay Attention, for Goodness’ Sake: The Buddhist Path of Kindness, and will be one of the teachers leading the Shambhala Sun’s first retreat, Waking Up in Every Moment, held at the Omega Insti- tute this August. ♦ REVIEWS FUSCHROEDER village zendo A Zen Temple in the Heart of Manhattan Daily Meditation, Workshops and Retreats Abbot Roshi Enkyo O’Hara 588 Broadway, Suite 1108 New York City For more information, please visit www.villagezendo.org SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2015 79