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Go beyond words. Wisdom Publications Wild Chickens and PettyTyrants 108Metaphors for Mindfulness Arnie Kozak, Ph.D. “A sJaimal gains hard-won spiritual lessons withateenager ’s eagernessand a surfer’s passion, we cannot help but seeour own spirituallife withfresh, beginner’seyes.Icouldn’t put this book down” —Michael Ellsberg, coauthor of Flirting withDisaster OrderDirect and Save :wisdompubs.org , 1-800-272-4050 199 ElmStre et, Somerville, MA 02144 USA 242pages|$14.9 5|9780861715350 “Metaphors arethe way we makesense of the world,the mind, andour experience—andthe metaphors for mindfulness practice in this book are insightful, creative, and inspiring.” — Frank Jude Boccio, author of Mindfulness Yo ga The Crystal Mirror of Philosophical Systems A New Library of Tibetan Classics Volume A Tibetan Study of Asian Religious Thought Thuken Chokyi Nyima, Geshe Lhundub Sopa, Roger Ja ckson “This translation is precise and a pleasure to read. It is a fine contribution to our knowledge of Buddhist thought in Ti bet and will be essen- tial reading in this area for many years to come.” —Matthew Kapstein, University of Chicago Keep Me In Your Heart A While The Ha unting Zen of Dainin Katagiri Dosho Po rt “Dosho weaves together the biography of his teacher with his life as his student in a way that perfectly illustrates how Zen is transmitted through the generations.” —Barry Magid, author of Ending the Pursuit of Happiness The Door to Satisfaction The He art Advice of a Tibetan Buddhist Master Lama Zopa Rinpoche The Door to Satisfaction is an inspiring guide to cultivating the proper motivation for Buddhist practice—pure altruistic compassion. 236 pa ges | $14.95 | 978086171576 3 696 pa ges | $59.95 | 9780861714643 160 pa ges | $15.95 | 9780861715688 With clarity and accessibility, Geshe Tashi Ts ering imparts the profound instructions necessary to understanding the central philosophical theme of Ti betan Buddhism. Buddhism Between Tibet and China Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism Series Edited by Matthew Kapstein “This splendid book about the history of the multifaceted Tibetan- Chinese interactions through Buddhism will quickly become estab- lished as path-breaking and authoritative in its field.” — Colin Mackerras, Pr ofessor Emeritus, Griffith University 192 pa ges | $15.95 | 9780861713103 184 pages | $14.95 | 9780861715114 480 pa ges | $34.95 | 9780861715817 Saltwater Buddha A Surfer’s Quest to Find Zen on the Sea Jaimal Yo gis Emptiness The Foundation of Buddhist Thought Series, Volume 5 Geshe Tashi Ts ering Shambhala Ad 02_09:Layout 1 2/3/09 2:54 PM Page 1