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Lions Roar : March 2006
Contributors MICHAEL V ALPY, who did our profile of Stephen Lewis (page 64), writes for The Globe and Mail in Toronto. His primary interest as a journalist lies in what he calls the intersection of spirituality and social cohesion-where and how transcendent values shape com- munity. He is a senior resident at University of Toronto's Massey College where, among other things, he is exploring contemporary spirituality. SUSAN PIVER ("I Do?" page 21) is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Hard Questions. She is frequently featured in the media and has appeared on the Oprah show, the Today show, CNN, and others. She has been called a relationships expert, but only by people with whom she has no relationship. DERRICK JENSEN ("You Are the River," page 41) is an activist, small farmer, beekeeper, teacher, philosopher, and author. His new book, Endgame (June 2006, Seven Stories Press), is about the neces- sity of bringing down civilization before it kills the planet. ANDRÉ SLOB (self-portrait, right) illustrated "I Do?" (page 21). He lives at the moment in Amsterdam-but nothing is perma- nent, and besides, expressing himself by drawing makes it possible to travel and live anywhere. Tai chi, yoga, and comics fill up a big part of his life. z o V) p::: Q Z V) ::r: u G RE TEL EHRLI CH ("The Wind River Mountains," page 34) is a poet, novelist, essayist, outdoorswoman, and adventure traveler. She divides her time between Califor- nia and her ranch in Wyoming, and travels frequently in northern climes. Gretel was married in a quiet ceremony last summer and spent the honeymoon backpacking with her husband Tom in the Wyoming mountains. >-< z V) o p::: Q N .....:i ::r: u ...... R 0 G E R LIP S E Y ("Art Is a Record of the Heart," page 81) has a book coming out on the art of Thomas Merton (Angelic Mistakes, from Shambhala Publications in April 2006). Roger lives in the lower Hudson Valley, which in- spires "gratitude for its hills, its people, and the beauty of 'the river that flows two ways.'" A New Book by GAN GAl I "This book is meant for the rapidlY growing number of spiritual seekers who are approaching the end of their seeking and who are ready for the undiluted truth." -ECKHART TOLLE Gangaji, an . . InternatIon- ally renowned teacher and author, has influenced the lives of thousands through her retreats and public events. In her new book, The Diamond in Your Pocket, she speaks to the essential paradox of the spiritual search: The discovery of true fulfillment lies in the willingness to call off the search for fulfillment. "It is impossible to find happiness," she explains. "As long as you are seeking to find happiness somewhere, you are overlooking where happiness is ... in " your true nature. Like a precious gem, The Diamond in Your Pocket cuts through what is false and illuminates what is true, through a brilliant series of contemplations and insights you will want to return to again and again. Exploring a breadth of topics from how to let go of your need to control, to the trance of language, to despair's hidden treasure, Gangaji helps you to cultivate the courage to open your mind, so you can freshly investigate the truth of your nature and directly realize the brilliance and radiance of who you already are. AVAILABLE NOW AT YOUR LOCAL BOOKSTORE, OR ORDER DIRECT FROM SOUNDS TRUE: 800-333-9185 U.s. $22.95 · 304 pages · Hardcover · K919 Please mention offer SSBUAI to receive free shipping when ordering by phone. 100% money-back guarantee. For more information about Gangaji, visit www.gangaji.org or call 800-267-9205. SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2006 7