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Lions Roar : May 2010
The Tibetan teacher known for his joyous, spontaneous songs of realization presents the teachings for which he is best known. “A single word from a truly accomplished guru like Khenpo Rinpoche is worth a thousand pictures. These teachings will make an indelible imprint of nondual wisdom in the reader’s mind that no ‘delete button’ of dualistic consciousness can undo.”—Dzogchen Ponlop, author of Wild Awakening The Buddhist teachings offer reason for great hope in the face of fear: they show us how we can be in control of how we react to suffering, and how that makes all the difference in the world. Here, twenty-six contemporary Buddhist teachers show how to transform anxiety into awakening. They include: the Dalai Lama, Pema Chödrön, Thich Nhat Hanh, Joseph Goldstein, Chögyam Trungpa, Sakyong Mipham, Zoketsu Norman Fischer, Sylvia Boorstein, and Tsyoni Rinpoche. Drawing or painting one of the circular images known as mandalas can reveal things about yourself that can surprise you. That’s how they work, and that’s why they’re found throughout world cultures across the centuries. This guide to mandala-creation, by one of the acknowledged modern experts, will show you how to make one and also how to use it as a tool for deep insight. Fear of ourselves, says Chögyam Trungpa, is what keeps us trapped in cycles of suffering. He teaches how to see through this most basic fear to discover the bravery at the core of our being. “The teachings presented in this book are transformational. I strongly recommend it to all those seeking awakening and freedom.”—Pema Chödrön Immediately after his awakening, the Buddha gave a talk that contained within it the foundation for all further Buddhist teachings: The Sutta That Set in Motion the Wheel of the Truth. Ajahn Sucitto’s skillful unpacking of this remarkably rich text shows just how concise a guide to the Buddhist teachings it truly is—and what a worthy guide it is for anyone’s life. Shambhala Publications 888-424-2329 www.shambhala.com Shambhala Sun Readers Save 20% when you enter discount code SS201 at checkout! he Buddhist teachings offer reason for great hope in the face of fear: newfromShambhala ~ Celebrating 40 years of independent publishing ~ Work with the five traditional Buddhist aphorisms Pema teaches in this 6-hour audio program. You’ll be empowered to accept your imperfections, face suffering open-heartedly, and generate kindness and generosity. You’ll also be able to go to “the places that scare you” with bravery you didn’t know you had—but that was in you all along. This practice generates radical self-acceptance for all aspects of who you are, and the side effect of that is fearlessness. ~ Special Offer ~ 1994.48.73,“CHeRRYBLoSSoMSoNMeANDeRINGSTReAM,”SANTABARBARAMuSeuMoFART,GIFToFVIRGINIAToBIN are, and the side effect of that is fearlessness. Order The fearless Heart from Shambhala and receive a free copy of When Things fall apart on CD. ever find yourself reacting to some irritation in a way you know you shouldn’t—but feel you can’t help it? escaping that trap is as easy as learning to spot the moment the “hook” of irritation arises. Pema teaches easy practices you can use right now to transform any negative reaction into an opportunity for freedom. New from pema chödrön A Shambhala exclusive until June 22 SAVE 20% Work with the five traditional Buddhist aphorisms Pema