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Lions Roar : March 2008
42 68 4 FEATURES The Many Faces of the Dalai Lama As Barry Boyce tells us, the world’s most famous “simple monk” is far from simple and more than just a monk. Mindfulness of Mind The Dalai Lama advocates a Buddhist approach to a variety of mental health problems, including depression. Michael Stroud reports on the growing evidence that meditation can help. Centered at the Summit Among the Dalai Lama’s many roles and qualities, what is the essence of the man and why is he so important to the world? Pico Iyer offers his conclusion. Write Your Life In this exclusive excerpt from her new book, Natalie Goldberg offers lessons on the art of exploring and understanding your personal history. k.d. lang’s watershed k.d. lang’s new album reflects the changes in her life since she became a committed Buddhist. She talks for the first time about her teacher and practice. Phrases & Spaces Norman Fischer presents a poet’s take on the phrases and spaces of Zen koans, including his favorite: “Who is sick?” The Art of Losing: On Writing, Dying, and Mom Novelist Ruth L. Ozeki’s touching memoir of life in a Japanese-American family is also a profound meditation on love, stories, and the difference between losing and letting go. The Thisness of What Is Diane Ackerman on the ancient tradition of meditation and mysticism that sustained two heroes of the Holocaust. 50 47 68 42 52 62 58 81 Contents SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2008 58 52 MAR 1-17.indd 4 MAR 1-17.indd 4 12/19/07 2:01:31 PM 12/19/07 2:01:31 PM