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Lions Roar : March 2013
SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2013 4 Contents FEATURES The Best Place Rick Bass showed his friend Scott the best places, the secret places, of Montana’s remote Yaak Valley. Together, they fought to protect the wilderness and dreamed of a new Atlantis in the mountains. Life Is Tough: Six Ways to Deal With It An ancient set of Buddhist slogans offers us six power- ful techniques to transform life’s difficulties into awakening and benefit. Zen teacher Norman Fischer guides us through them. 45 40 32 54 48 60 71 Mind Training for Today Why 52 sayings formulated almost a thousand years ago are more relevant than ever. Tales of Trauma and Transformation Inspiring stories and helpful methods offered by Ruth Ozeki, Josh Korda, Margaret Roach, and John Tarrant. When Ego Meets Non-Ego Andrea Miller talks to Tara Brach, John Welwood, and Barry Magid, three psychotherapists who are combining Western psychology and Buddhism into a powerful path to love and fulfillment. Ruin, Beasties, and Constant Craving From jazz to metal to rap and beyond: A special report by Rod Meade Sperry on the intersection of Buddhism and today’s popular music. Featuring Tina Turner, Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Born I Music, and a host of other fascinating dharma-music innovators. Spirit and the Boy Mother to one, sister to the other—Karen Connelly on three interwoven lives and the call she will always accept. 60