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Lions Roar : November 2014
viDeoCaPtuReByeDWaRDBoyCe own personal teacher; and 3. mark epstein, a psychiatrist who writes brilliant books about the overlap and interplay between psychology and Buddhism. to be honest, i was a bit nervous, sitting out there alongside three of my beloved teachers in front of a big crowd at man- hattan’s Jewish Community Center. it wasn’t until i read this text that i fully realized what a wonderful evening it was. We discussed everything from the Jewish affinity for Buddhism to the controversy over mindfulness in business to the most skill- ful ways to handle problems in beginning meditation. even my wife got roped, involuntarily, into the chat. Please enjoy. — dan harrIS You Can’t Fail at Meditation dan harrIS gets the inside story on mindfulness and compassion from Buddhist teachers JoSePh GoldSteIn, Sharon SalzberG, and marK ePSteIn. Dan Harris: Let me start by asking you, mark, why there are so many Jews in the american Buddhist world? Mark Epstein: Jews have always had to move between cul- tures. it’s not just Jews in Buddhism. there’s a long legacy of Jews taking the ideas of islam and the Greeks and moving all through europe, translating and retranslating. i was raised much like you, Dan, in a Jewish academic envi- ronment with no spirituality. i was grudgingly Bar mitzvah’d because it was important to my father’s mother. in high school, i was attracted to Samuel Beckett and eugène ionesco and the theater of the absurd—that sort of existential SHAMBHALA SUN NoveMBer 2014 35