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Lions Roar : January 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2009 96 Lost Coast Press 800-773-7782 At bookstores and online “... subtle, delicate, and beautiful — each a thought provoking gem.” Elizabeth Marshall Thomas “I am much taken by the beauty and abundance of these elegant, sharply-etched epiphanies. The Buddha spirit walks through these stories, resolving every one.” William Carpenter Stories of emotional and spiritual breakthroughs in the lives of ordinar y people John daido Loori is a first generation American Zen Master and abbot of Zen Mountain Monastery in New York’s Catskill Mountains. Using ar tistic expression to communicate the Buddhist teachings, he follows the timeless spirit of the ar tless ar ts of Zen. dharma communications 845.688.7993 www.dharma.net/monstore Zen and the Arts books by a merican zen master John Dai do Loori Making Love with Light gives voice to mountains, rivers, rocks, and sky, and invites us to recognize this body and mind as the great earth itself. The Zen of creativity makes use of the principles of the Zen arts to unlock our creative spirit. Perfect for anyone exploring artistic expression as a means of restoring equanimity and freedom. Hearing with the Eye is a doorway into the profound teachings of Zen through the mysteries of the natural world. A modern commentary on 13th century Zen Master Dogen’s essay Teachings of the Insentient. The Way of Mountains and Rivers interweaves Daido Loori’s commentary, stunning new images, and the poetry of Master Dogen’s Mountains and Rivers Sutra to build a compelling moral and ecological perspective for our times. (Fall 2008)