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Lions Roar : March 2017
CONTENTS PHOTOBYLIZAMATTHEWS FEATURES 36 HOW A HOLLYWOOD MOGUL FOUND HAPPINESS Scott Neeson found his heart—and life’s true riches—in a Phnom Penh garbage dump. Lindsay Kyte profiles the founder of the Cambodian Children’s Fund. 44 BUY LESS, LIVE MORE: THE PROMISE OF BUDDHIST ECONOMICS Economist Clair Brown argues for an economic system based on altruism, sustainability, and a meaningful life. Because even economics is about more than money. 49 HAPPY TOGETHER How economics can bring out the best in people, not just the most self-centered and shortsighted. 50 HOW YOUR MIND WORKS: BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY BREAKS IT DOWN What is this thing we call the self? We assemble it ourselves, according to Buddhist psychology. Gaylon Ferguson breaks down the five-step process of ego development. 56 YOU’RE BASICALLY GOOD: THE BENEFITS OF CONTEMPLATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY Karen Kissel Wegela on therapy that starts with your basic sanity, not your neuroses. 60 THE ART OF LIVING Six Buddhist therapists offer practical advice for overcoming obstacles and enhancing your life. • SELF-CARE Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart on how to rewire your brain to develop more self-compassion. • ANXIETY Bruce Tift explains how you can use anxiety on the path to waking up. • RELATIONSHIPS David Richo teaches four ways to drop “big ego” and get closer. • DEPRESSION Josh Bartok offers us an inner-dialogue practice for accessing more patience, courage, and acceptance in the face of depression. • GRIEF The struggle to distance ourselves from our grief only adds to our suffering. Acceptance, says Cheryl A. Giles, is the only true way to heal. • SPIRITUAL BYPASSING Meditation isn’t about creating a comfortable little mental oasis for yourself. Zen teacher Barry Magid on staying with the feelings you practice to escape from. 66 THE WISDOM OF ANGER If you know how to use it, says Melvin McLeod, the energy of anger becomes fierce and compassionate wisdom. Because even the buddhas get angry about suffering and injustice.