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Lions Roar : November 2006
Wanting Enlightenment Is a Big Mistake Teachings of Zen Master Seung Sahn Edited by Hyon Gak Foreword by Jon Kabat-Zinn “ In these pages, if you linger in them long enough and let them soak into you, you will meet Zen Master Seung Sahn in his inimitable suchness and, perhaps much more importantly (as would have been his hope), you will meet yourself.”—from the foreword by Jon Kabat-Zinn $15.95 paperback A Cascading Waterfall of Nectar Thinley Norbu “ This magnificent original work on the ngöndro practice of Tibetan Buddhism is cause for celebration. Rich with scriptural citations, incisive reasoning, and personal realization, it shows that the ngöndro is not just a preliminary teaching but the quintessence of the Vajrayana path. All Vajrayana followers must treasure this masterpiece of profound teachings by one of the greatest masters of our age.” — Tulku Thondup, author of Peaceful Death, Joyful Rebirth $24.95 hardcover Hakuin on Kensho The Four Ways of Knowing With commentaries by Albert Low Japanese Zen Master Hakuin (1689–1769) considered kensho—the Zen experience of waking up to one’s own true nature—to be essential. His text on the subject—“Four Ways of Knowing of an Awakened Person” —is a little-known Zen classic. Accompanied by careful commentary from Albert Low, this volume provides profound wisdom and inspiration for deeper practice. $14.95 paperback On Buddha Essence A Commentary on Rangjung Dorje’s Treatise Khenchen Thrangu Translated by Peter Alan Roberts “ Thrangu Rinpoche explains the aspects of impermanence, permanence, temporality, and the eternal nature of the three kayas with great clarity and alacrity, showing readers the practical implications of these otherwise rarefied Buddhist concepts.” —Venerable Traleg Kyabgon $16.95 paperback Dragon Thunder My Life with Chögyam Trungpa Diana J. Mukpo with Carolyn Rose Gimian “An intimate and frank telling of the life of one of the great spiritual teachers of the twentieth century. Diana Mukpo’s extraordinary story as wife, lover, and friend to Chögyam Trungpa reveals her to be a courageous, independent woman with a depth of understanding of her husband’s life and teaching. More than just a history, it is a timeless illumination of the genuine Buddhist path.” —Melvin McLeod, editor of the Best Buddhist Writing series $24.95 hardcover Integral Spirituality A Startling New Role for Religion in the Modern and Postmodern World Ken Wilber In a book being hailed as his most profound since Sex, Ecology, Spirituality, Ken Wilber helps you answer three essential questions about your own spirituality: Does your spiritual path cover all the truly important bases, or is it partial and even fragmented? How can you find out? And most important of all, what can you do about it right now: what can you do to make your own path more comprehensive and truly integral? $22.95 hardcover New from Shambhala Publications To order call (888) 424-2329 or visit www.shambhala.com to receive a 20% discount on these and over 600 other Shambhala books!