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Lions Roar : January 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2007 11 DANIEL GILBERT (“Stumbling on Happiness,” page 74) is the Harvard College Professor of Psychology and an authority in the field of affective forecasting and the fundamental attri- bution error. In addition to his many scientific articles, he has written works of short fiction, and last May, the best-selling book Stumbling on Happiness. His greatest accomplishment, he says, is appearing just before Dizzy Gillespie on a list of Most Famous High School Dropouts. GERI LARKIN (“Hello, Are You Enlightened?” page 23) gave up a successful career as a management consultant to become a Buddhist priest, and in 1995, she started a Zen meditation center in the heart of inner-city Detroit. She is the author of numerous books, includ- ing Stumbling Toward Enlightenment and The Stillpoint Dhamma- pada. She now lives near Seattle. SYLVIA BOORSTEIN (“Not Just Marking Time,” page 29) is a psychotherapist, author, wife, mother, grand- mother, and a cofounding teacher of Spirit Rock Medita- tion Center in Woodacre, California. She is the author of several bestselling books, including Don’t Just Do Some- thing, Sit There; and That’s Funny, You Don’t Look Buddhist. Boorstein has just completed the manuscript for a new book on Buddhism and happi- ness that will be released by Ballantine in January 2008. STEVEN GOODMAN, PH.D., (review of Cascading Waterfall of Nectar, page 101) is co-director of Asian and Comparative Stud- ies at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Goodman’s specialty is the Indo-Tibetan-influenced forms of Buddhism in traditional rural Himalayan and contemporary urban settings. Baby boomer JANE HARTRICK (“Are the Boomers a Bust?” page 39) is still allergic to authority. She is a freelance writer in Toronto, Canada, and a mother to three children, who, she says “despite me, are remarkably well-adjusted.” DAVID SWICK (“The Zen of Joan Didion,” page 42) teaches jour- nalism ethics at the University of King’s College in Halifax, and is the author of Thunder and Ocean, a book about Buddhism in Nova Scotia. A long-time lover of Joan Didion’s writing, Swick says his favorite novel of last year was the final book by Didion’s husband, John Gregory Dunne, Nothing Lost. Contributors PERFECTCIRCLEPHOTOGRAPHYCHRISTOPHERWAHLMARILYNNOLIPHANT What do you need to start a meditation practice? Your body, your mind, your heart, your will- ingness to live wholeheart- edly—and Christina Feldman’s new book! ■ practical advice on getting started: how, when, where, myths ■ guided meditations: breath- ing, body awareness, forgive- ness, compassion, loving kindness ■ life as practice: walking, eat- ing, speech, simplicity ■ 40 color photographs & 40 charts to instruct and inspire BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO BUDDHIST MEDITATION CHRISTINA FELDMAN NEWFROMRODMELLPRESS paper■96pp■5 3 ⁄4x81⁄4 ■ $14.95 isbn-10: 1-930485-13-1 isbn-13: 978-1 -930485-13-6 800-841-3123 www.rodmellpress.com distributed by pgw