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Lions Roar : September 2016
By Lindsay Kyte that derails female self-worth, it is essential that parents and guardians, schools, and communities be pre- pared to provide girls with an evoca- tive and thoughtful process around their transition into womanhood,” writes Urana Jackson in Girls Rising. “This process should be holistic in that it integrates psycho-emotional, social, and spiritual elements to address these young people’s multifaceted natures.” In this text, Jackson presents a workbook of tools and perspectives to guide parents, educators, and mental health clinicians in help- ing adolescent girls develop a greater sense of personal whole- ness. Based around four themes surrounding self—awareness, empathy and communication, social engagement, and trans- personal exploration—this book incorporates creative activities with meditation practices. THE SCIENCE OF ENLIGHTENMENT By Shinzen Young Sounds True 2016; 264 pp., $21.95 (paper) The Science of Enlightenment, inspired by teacher/author Shinzen Young’s audio teachings, is a guide to meditation that weaves instruction from numerous spiritual traditions, technological and scientific approaches to meditation, and Young’s own illustrations and analogies. Written for meditators of all levels, Young presents an explora- tion of two aspects of meditation— calming and clarifying—known in the Buddhist tradition as shamatha and vipassana. With chapters such as “The Realm of Power” and “The Real No Self,” this book illuminates how to use our practical cognitive capacities in conjunction with compassion in order to realize our full humanity. A NONE’S STORY Searching for Meaning Inside Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism & Islam By Corinna Nicolaou Columbia University Press 2016; 312 pp., $35 (cloth) Author Corinna Nicolaou defines her- self as a “none”—someone with no religious affiliation. In A None’s Story, Half Retreat December 26-29th, 2016 Full Retreat Dec. 26th, 2015 - Jan 1st, 2017 At the Garrison Institute, NY year end retreat village zendo 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 villagezendo.org villagezendo.org LION’S ROAR | SEPTEMBER 2016 77