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Lions Roar : January 2009
FEATURES 85 74 44 50 56 58 93 95 Thirty Fascinating Years of American Buddhism Buddhism in America has changed dramatically in the three decades since the Shambhala Sun was founded. Barry Boyce tells a fascinating story of growth, scandal, deepening practice, and ever-increasing impact on American society. What’s Next? What surprising turns and forms will Buddhism take in the next thirty years? Predictions from nine prominent Buddhists, including Sharon Salzberg, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Eido Roshi, Sylvia Boorstein, Robert Thurman, and Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche. 66 Contents The Green Path Stephanie Kaza argues that to be truly trans- formative, environmentalism must change the way we see ourselves, our world, and the rela- tionship between the two. In short, it must be a spiritual path. Sesshin with Sasaki Roshi At 101 years of age, Joshu Sasaki Roshi is still teaching his unique brand of Zen. Michael Haederle offers us a rare look into the world of this enigmatic master. True Love, Ultimate Zero A challenging sample of Sasaki Roshi’s pro - found teachings on what he calls Tathagata Zen. What Matters Most When Elizabeth Hamilton is diagnosed with breast cancer, she and her husband Ezra Bayda learn the real value of life, love, and holding our attachments lightly. The two Zen teachers recount their experiences of Hamilton’s illness and recovery. Celebrating 30 Years of Buddhism in America A Special Section Commemorating the Shambhala Sun’s 30th Anniversary Since its founding, the Shambhala Sun has been home to the great Buddhist teachers of our time. This selection of outstanding original teachings from the pages of the Sun features Chögyam Trungpa, Thich Nhat Hanh, the Dalai Lama, Pema Chödrön, and others. The Bestsellers Marcia Z. Nelson looks at the blockbuster books that brought Buddhism to millions of Americans. Meaningful to Me Eight teachers and writers talk about the Buddhist book that has meant the most to them personally. For 30 Years the Best of Buddhism in America: Teachings 56 58 85 74 4 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2009