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Lions Roar : September 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2008 4 FEATURES Why We Need New Ways of Thinking As the world faces problems of unprecedented complexity and threat, Barry Boyce speaks to lead- ing global theorists and activists about the new ways of thinking we need to make it through. The World We Have Combining environmentalism with spiritual prac- tice may be the only way to address the coming environmental crisis. Thich Nhat Hanh offers us some guiding principles for a new ecospirituality of mindful living. Earth Gathas Meditations for mindful living, composed by Thich Nhat Hanh. Cranes in the DMZ Alan Weisman meditates on the connection be- tween impermanence and caring for the world. Paradoxically, both lead to great peace. 52 48 70 40 54 56 72 74 81 The Mindful Society Not long ago seen as fringey and foreign, mindfulness prac- tice is going mainstream. Andrea Miller looks at five fields where people are seeing the benefits of mindful living. Waking Up to Your World Throughout the day you can pause, take a break from your usual thoughts, and wake up to the magic of the world around you. Pema Chödrön teaches us an easy and spacious mindfulness practice. Kindness Is the Most Important Thing” The 17th Karmapa concludes his historic first visit to America. Unbearable Compassion A teaching by His Holiness the 17th Karmapa. Of Course I’m Angry! As his marriage falls apart, Gabriel Cohen thinks it’s his wife who is making him angry. A chance encounter with Buddhism shows him the anger is his alone. One Heart Effort and longing, frailties and aspirations—we’re in this together, says Natalie Goldberg, and it is so much bigger than we are. Contents 64 “ 70 SEPT 1-17.indd 4 SEPT 1-17.indd 4 7/3/08 1:25:27 PM 7/3/08 1:25:27 PM