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8 Contributors tSoKnyI rInPoCHe (“Dzogchen,” page 60) has been teaching in the nyingma tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism for more than twenty years. he’s the author of three books—Open Heart, Open Mind; carefree Dignity; and Fearless Simplicity— and the president of Pundarika Foundation, which supports his teaching and humani- tarian work. Tsoknyi Rinpoche has a keen interest in the ongoing dialogue between West- ern research, especially in neuroscience, and Buddhism. A senior student of Thich nhat hanh, brotHer PHaP HaI (“Walking,” page 45) is from Australia but currently based at Deer Park Monastery in Escondido, Cali- fornia. he points out that the first syllable of the word “arriving” is “ahh,” a sound of plea- sure and relief. he says, “When we settle into our lived experience, and there’s nowhere more important for us to be than right where we are, we have truly arrived.” emIly Horn (“Insight Meditation,” page 42) is an Insight Meditation teacher and the community direc- tor of Buddhist Geeks, which explores what it means to be a Buddhist in this high-tech world. For her, the contempla- tive journey is about learning to dance with all of human experi- ence: from transcen- dence to dirty dishes, evolutionary edges to ancient roots, solitary practice to deepening relationships. She lives with her husband in Asheville, north Caro- lina, and enjoys happy hour with friends, hik- ing, and cute shoes. PhOTOS(LEFTTORIGhT)BYOLIVIERADAM,ROnFORSTER,CLAuDIALOPEZ,nInASnOW,SARAhMESSER SaraH meSSer (“About a Poem,” page 88) is the author of a memoir, Red House, and a book of poetry, Bandit Letters. her second book of poetry, Dress Made of Mice, and a book of transla- tions of fifteenth-cen- tury Zen Master Ikkyu (with Kidder Smith) are both forthcom- ing in 2015. For many years Messer taught in the MFA program at the university of north Carolina at Wilmington. now she works for White Lotus Farms in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Recently the subject of a documentary by Pirooz Kalayeh, brad warner (“A Punk Looks at Fifty,” page 24) is a Zen teacher, filmmaker, and some- time guy in a bunny costume. Warner, who lives in Philadelphia, can often be found acting in low-budget zombie movies or playing bass in a punk rock band. his books include Hardcore Zen and There Is No God and He Is Always with You. he used to work for a Japanese company founded by the man who invented Godzilla. since 1979 dharmacrafts.com meditation cushions statues . incense bells & gongs contemplative garden jewelry & gifts Please use keycode SSA Stay connected Sign Up Online for Emails like us watch us learn with us Sales Buddhist Teachings New Products Request a Catalog 866.339.4198 dharmacrafts.com since 1979 dharmacrafts.com DharmaCrafts THE CATALOG OF MEDITATION SUPPLIES SHAMBHALA SUN JULy 2014