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Lions Roar : July 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2008 4 FEATURES Discovering Our Nobility Jack Kornfield proposes a new psychology of original goodness based on the inherent nobility, beauty, and freedom of human nature. Yoga’s Path to Liberation Yoga becomes a complete spiritual path, says Chip Hartranft, translator of the Yoga Sutra, when we join the familiar postures of hatha yoga with the meditative practices of raja yoga. The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen in Kabul Photojournalist Aaron Huey saw terrible things in Afghanistan. Then he visited Molly Howitt’s yoga class for orphan boys. 52 46 66 40 58 63 40 Contents 72 79 Still Mind, Moving Body Andrea Miller profiles five teachers who combine hatha yoga and Buddhist meditation. Is this the perfect mind–body practice? Yoga for Meditators Yoga teacher Desirée Rumbaugh offers a short series of poses that will improve your sitting practice. Coming Home to the Body The practice of meditation is a journey of return to who we really are, says Zen teacher Norman Fischer. We come home to the body because it is the vehicle of enlightenment. Wisdom of the Rebels Tom Robbins praises the spiritual rebels who fight conventional mind with humor, outrageousness, and paradox. My Vows Love all beings? Love even one? Susan Piver stands on the precipice of marriage and bodhisattva vows, sure that either way her heart will be broken open. JULY 1-17.indd 4 JULY 1-17.indd 4 4/25/08 11:37:40 AM 4/25/08 11:37:40 AM