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Lions Roar : July 2016
Finding Freedom from Difficult Emotions They bring us joy and make us suffer. They can empower or control us. They create confusion but their essence is wisdom. So much of our happiness depends on how well we work with our emotions. Buddhist practice helps us understand the energy of strong emotions, free ourselves from negative emotional patterns, and discover the wisdom in even the most difficult emotions. In this special section, three prominent Buddhist teachers offer us insights and techniques to find freedom from difficult emotions: JOSH KORDA: You Can’t Get Rid of Your Anger—and That’s OK KAREN MAEZEN MILLER: How Do I Put My Mind at Rest? ANYEN RINPOCHE: The 4 Noble Truths of Emotional Suffering Josh Korda, Karen Maezen Miller, and Anyen Rinpoche will be teaching at the Lion’s Roar program “Finding Freedom from Painful Emotions” at Garrison Institute, July 29–31. www.garrisoninstitute.org/lionsroar. PHOTOBYDALTONPORTELLA