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Lions Roar : July 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2007 4 Contents FEATURES 67 64 63 Jack Kornfield: Doing the Buddha’s Practice Mindfulness/awareness was the meditation the Buddha himself practiced and taught. It is the basis of all Buddhist practice and the key to liberation. Everyday Mindfulness How to establish a daily practice that will help bring awareness to everything you do. John Tarrant: Sudden Awakening Like life itself, Zen’s enigmatic koans offer us a path to surprising, unpredictable transformation. Diving into the Depths Koans bring attention to a deep reality beneath the level of our usual thoughts about life. Andy Karr: Reality Isn’t What You Think Contemplative practice is a good way to discover whether things are as solid, separate, and lasting as we think they are. Aura Glaser: The Hidden Treasure of the Heart The key to the treasure of unconditional compassion—the Buddha’s love for all beings without distinction—is the three-step practice of equanimity. Sharon Salzberg: Imagine There’s No Suffering When our mind is free of judgment, we see only suffering and its causes, and our only wish is that all beings be free from pain. Jon Kabat-Zinn: Meeting Pain with Awareness Through meditation practice we can discover a mind of freedom and awareness even in the midst of stress and pain. Melissa Blacker: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction How to develop awareness of our moment-to-moment experiences and of the reactions, judgments, and preferences we lay on them. Thrangu Rinpoche: Mind Is Empty and Lucid, Its Nature Is Great Bliss Look directly at your thoughts and emotions, and you will discover that the true nature of mind is wisdom—empty, liberated, and blissful. Mingyur Rinpoche: Rest in the Sky of Natural Mind The culmination of Vajrayana Buddhism is the practice of spaciousness, ease, and simplicity known as Dzogchen, the Great Perfection. True Confessions from the Cushion Shozan Jack Haubner tells the real story of what it’s like to meditate. Because, as Donald Rumsfeld might say, you go to the cushion with the mind you’ve got. 46 45 58 38 51 52 81 74 68 38