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Lions Roar : May 2006
Contents FEATURES What the Buddha Taught The Buddha offered a progression of teachings appropriate to people’s different spiritual needs. The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche outlines the three turnings of the wheel of dharma. 40 Inner Victory In vipassana meditation we develop insight by examining our exper– ience closely and precisely in order to understand the true nature of mind and its objects. The famed Burmese master U Pandita shows how this leads to victory over delusions and conflicting emotions. 48 An Authentic Portrait of the Middle Way A vajra song by the Tibetan yogi Milarepa presenting the views of emptiness and buddhanature. 47 The Two Truths Ponlop Rinpoche on why it’s so important to distinguish between relative and ultimate truth. 45 She Who Hears the Cries of the World Compassion is not only good for others, says Christina Feldman, it is good for us—by putting others first, we loosen the bonds of self-fixation and inch closer to liberation. 66 The Power of Positive Karma When we look at our own experience, we see that the seeds we plant in our consciousness in one moment determine what we will experience in the next. Therefore, says Tulku Thondup Rinpoche, we should create positive karma now to lay the ground for our future enlightenment. 60 Five Ways to Lose Your Mind Beware the tendencies that hinder your awareness, says Gil Fronsdal. 53 Beautiful Snowflakes It can be a long and challenging journey to seeing that nothing is “real” in the way we normally think it is. But Zen teacher Norman Fischer says there is joy and freedom in realizing that we and our world are as passing—and beautiful—as falling snowflakes. 54 Finally, All Void Seven short teachings on emptiness. 59 66 THENELSON-ATKINSMUSEUMOFART,KANSASCITY,MISSOURI.PURCHASE:NELSONTRUST,52-6.PHOTOGRAPHBYJAMISONMILLER.