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Lions Roar : July 2009
shamBhaLa sUn JULy 2009 15 I’ve tried physical therapy, craniosacral therapy, acupuncture, yoga, deep tissue massage — the only thing that seems to help is continually looking for new types of treatment. the compassion and knowledge and use the teachings. The encouraging words of the Shambhala Sun have lifted me away from my old habits. I thank you from my heart. Cristobal Garcia Lovelady, Texas WHen tHe temPle sHuts DoWn... I love your magazine. I just love it. I’ve never lived in a city with a Buddhist temple to attend until I moved to Leth- bridge, and a month after I moved here, the temple shut down. Your magazine is the closest thing I have to a teacher or ad- visor and I make sure to read every issue very thoroughly. Thank you for maintain- ing such high quality with your magazine. As a journalism student, I can only hope to work someday for a magazine so abso- lutely pristine as your own. Raggy Jim Lethbridge, Alberta A WorlD oF bAD KArmA I am writing to express my concern over the recent trend in political biases dis- played in Shambhala Sun. In the March, 2009 issue, Alice Walker tells us about America’s allegedly disastrous national karma. Really? In toting up the histori- cal sins of humanity, one might have con- sidered the infinitely greater contribution to bad karma provided by, among others, the Chinese, Japanese, Russians, Germans, Spanish, Zimbabweans, Congolese, and native peoples like the Aztecs. Again, it just might be conceivable that human sacrifice, genocide on a massive scale, and the forced starvation of millions might have contributed to bad world karma. The politically biased positions are both inap- propriate and historically uninformed. John Fischer San Francisco, California On page 49 of the May, 2009 issue, the photo of Mingyur Rinpoche with Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche and Tsoknyi Rinpoche was incorrectly credited. It was taken in 1983 by Marcia Binder Schmidt and is ©Rangjung Yeshe Publications. CENTER OF TIMELESS BEING Ta s te the Bliss... Ancient Practices for Modern Times Meditation Retreats in Nondual Wisdom and trainings in Integrative Restoration - iRest Yoga Nidra 2009 iRest Yoga Nidra Trainings San Rafael, CA Sept. 8 -13 (Level II Training) Austin, TX Nov. 6, 7 (Intro to iRest) Austin, TX Nov. 8-13 (Level I Training) 2009 Meditation Retreats Maria Stein, OH July 10-14 (Joan Ruvinsky) Wolf Creek, MT July 18-24 (Richard Miller) Eastman, Quebec Aug 5-9 (Joan Ruvinsky) St. Louis, MO Sept. 17-20 (Joan Ruvinsky) Edmonton, Canada Oct. 22 -29 (Richard Miller) www.nondual.org • www.irest.us (707) 876-3380 Dynamic learning environments that reveal these ancient teachings as in-depth practices and approaches for use with groups and individuals. with Richard Miller, PhD and Senior staff Drawi ng from the wisdom traditions of Patañjali, Advaita and tantra Kashmir nondual- ism, Richard is enaged in evidence-based research that reveals the efficacy of the nondual teachings for health, healing and well-being with veterans, students, seniors, the homeless, and people with PTSD, depression, anxiety, sub- stance abuse, insomnia and chronic pain.