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Lions Roar : November 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN NoveMBer 2009 82 however, say that koans sound like amusing but puzzling nonsense, something like what we find in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. In his first book Daniel Doen Silberberg uses the Carroll–koan connection as a jumping-off point to convey Buddhist concepts. But Silberberg doesn’t limit his teaching tools to the Mad Hatter and the March Hare. In fact, Wonderland is (in the very best sense) all over the map. A trained psychologist and musician, Silberberg offers stories from his own life as well as lots of juicy tidbits from the cultural stew that’s all around us. ANH’S ANger By Gail Silver Plum Blossom Books, 2009; 40 pp., $16.95 (cloth) Anh is building a block tower when his grandfather tells him din- ner is ready. Anh is mad—he doesn’t want playtime to be over— and he gets madder when his tower takes an unintended tumble. Grandfather says, “Please go to your room and sit with your anger.” Sit with anger? Anh doesn’t know how. Then, to his surprise, his anger appears—green tongue and all. The two dance and howl, drumming on the ground until they’re so tired they’re ready to sit. In stillness, Anh’s anger gets so small it disappears and his grand- father taps on the door. Intended for children from ages four to eight, this book was a hit with the five-year-old we gave it to. The collage illustrations are by Christine Krömer, who previously illustrated The Treehouse Children (Simon & Schuster). The author, Gail Silver, is developing a school-based yoga and mindfulness curriculum. ♦ "When there is no difference between mind and space then Dharmakaya is mastered. When there is no difference between bliss and emptiness then action is fulfilled. Tantra's great third conduct is a path sure and swift, its methods sublime; its result is no difference between mind, your mind, and Buddha." Traktung Rinpoche Tsogyelgar Dharma Center Ann Arbor, MI Tantric Buddhist Teachings Online: Wisdom Bliss Given Freely dharma teachings online the mountain seat the finest hand-crafted sitting cushions you will ever own traditional designs modern orthopedic technology helps to relieve discomfort firm, stabilizing base viscoelastic top layer molds to the shape of your body encourages even distribution of weight and correct spinal alignment hand-crafted in the catskill mountains the monastery storetm support for your spiritual practice at home www.dharma.net/monstore 845.688.7993 dharma communications Tibetan Mountain Seat* (left) available in terracotta, royal or black, with or without endless knot design. Mountain Seat* (right) available in three sizes. See our website for colors and instructions on how to select the right meditation cushion for you. Please call us with any questions. *us patent pending