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Lions Roar : May 2015
and dissatisfaction. He hit rock bot- tom at age seven- teen while sitting in a jail cell, and in his desperation decided to take his father’s advice to try meditation. To his surprise, medita- tion turned out to be the only thing that gave him relief from his anger, clinging, and shame. He discovered he had the option not to follow his thoughts down the rabbit hole of hope and fear. Instead, he could focus on his breath. Levine began to study Buddhism and eventually went on to become a teacher in the Insight Meditation tradition. Buddhism is revolutionary, claims Levine, because the Buddha “went against the stream.” Instead of responding to pain with hatred—the usual human tendency—the Buddha approached pain with a radical and appropriate kindness. Kind Awareness is two hours and twenty-one minutes of Levine’s teachings and guided meditations to help us take the Buddha’s path of revo- lutionary kindness. WHEN THE ANGER OGRE VISITS By Andrée Salom, illustrated by Ivette Salom Wisdom, 40 pp., $18.95 (cloth) In this colorful, charm- ing picture book, children ages three to seven learn that anger is something everybody experiences and that—instead of suppressing or venting it—it’s much more help- ful to make friends with it. So when the Anger Ogre comes to visit, invite it in for tea. Sit with it, observe it, and breathe with it. Then imagine that you’re floating on the sea and relax your tongue and toes, belly and nose. In time, the ogre—your anger—will get smaller and calmer. That doesn’t mean the ogre will never come back, but it won’t be so scary anymore. Author Andrée Salom is a clinical art therapist living in Colombia who has also written various children’s books in Spanish. ♦ REVIEWS Inspire mindful change Helping people make meaningful moments throughout their busy day. meaning to pause® bracelets gently vibrate every 60 or 90 minutes prompting you to pause, reflect on your intentions and reframe your thoughts. Upon checkout, use our thank-you code: SHAMBHALA2015 by June 30th to receive a 20% discount off your purchase. www.meaningtopause.com LONG RETREATS santa rosa, california summer - july 1-6 fall - october 17-24 OPEN MIND RETREATS bolinas, california march 5-8 june 4-7 august 20-23 RETREATS WITH JOHN TARRANT author of “Bring Me The Rhinoceros” and “The Light Inside The Dark” 2015 these retreats require no experience of zen or even of meditation. we offer conversation, meditation, shared meals, talks, and private interviews with teachers. join us online at: PACIFICZEN.ORG SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2015 79