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Lions Roar : January 2010
SHAMBHALA SUN jANUAry 2010 72 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 Keynote address by Prof. Thomas Tweed, author of: The American Encounter with Buddhism and Crossing and Dwelling Buddhism without Borders: Contemporary developments in Buddhism in the West Many renowned scholars in the field including Franz Met- calf, Richard Hughes Seager and Duncan Ryuken Williams will present their work along with promising new research by Wakoh Shannon Hickey, Eve Mullen, and Jeff Wilson among others. Please visit the IBS at : www.shin-ibs.edu/eventreg/Berkeley2010.php For registration information and more details call 510-809-1444 How has Buddhism outside Asia been shaped by diaspora and immigration? How has the increase in global tourism, communication, and capitalism effected the way Buddhism is understood, taught and practiced? Institute of Buddhist Studies Berkeley, California March 18 - 21, 2010 ® –