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Lions Roar : May 2017
You have exactly the same equipment the Buddha had—a human mind, heart, and body. That’s all you need to practice the same techniques he did to awaken your mind and open your heart. In this special section, eleven leading Buddhist teachers answer your questions about how you too can meditate like the Buddha: • What Is Buddhist Meditation? Gaylon Ferguson • What’s the Goal? Noah Levine, Joan Sutherland • How Do I Practice... – Mindfulness: Thich Nhat Hanh – Loving-Kindness: Jack Kornfield – Walking Meditation: Leslie Booker • What Obstacles Will I Face? Andrew Holecek • Should I Try to Stop Thinking? Jules Shuzen Harris • How Do I Know If My Meditation Is Working? Konin Cardenas • Will Meditating Change My Life? Gesshin Greenwood • What’s the Next Step? Lodro Rinzler How to Meditate Like the Buddha LION’S ROAR | MAY 2017 53