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Lions Roar : Nov 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2007 94 five. The state of mind that operates at work can also influence our “off” time, Carroll warns, so that many of us end up “managing our lives like projects rather than actually living them.” The heart of The Mindful Leader is Carroll’s encapsulation of the “ten talents” of the leader, virtues such as simplicity, poise, respect, and courage. Car- roll also offers instructions on basic meditation and short exercises for shrugging off the spiritual ennui that thrives in the workplace. TIBETA N COOKING Recipes for Daily Living, Celebration & Ceremony By Elizabeth Kelly Snow Lion, 2007; 152 pp.; $19.95 (paper) THE GREYSTON BAKERY COOKBOOK More Than 80 Recipes to Inspire the Way You Cook and Live By Sara Kate Gillingham-Ryan Rodale, 2007; 200 pp.; $26 (cloth) If there is a recipe for eating—and living—close to the earth, it must be Tibetan, a cuisine known for simplicity, not variety. Staple dishes are based around the scarce foodstuff available to a nomadic people living at altitude: meat, dairy products, and grains. Elizabeth Kelly is adept at preparing traditional Tibetan food—even going so far as to dry supplies of meat in the eaves of her family home— and Tibetan Cooking offers a representative sample of Tibetan main dishes (both meat and vegetarian), hearty soups, and tasty condiments, as well as menus for traditional celebrations. On the other end of the decadence scale are the desserts in The Greyston Bakery Cookbook. We’ve tried several of the recipes from this sumptuously designed collection and found them uniformly scrumptious. But beyond the recipes, Greyston Bakery’s history also bears noting. It was founded as a storefront cafe 25 years ago by Bernie Glassman Roshi, who wanted to run a business based on the principles and practice of Zen and to contribute to the strug- gling local Yonkers community. Today Greyston is a collection of businesses—including housing, child care, youth and AIDS health care programs—supported by revenue from the bakery and employing local disadvantaged community members. NO RIVER TO CROSS Tr u sting the Enlightenment That’s Always Right Here By Daehaeng Kun Sunim Wisdom Publications, 2007; 144 pp.; $14.95 (paper) This slim volume introduces readers in the West to an unsung Zen heroine, 80-year-old Korean Buddhist nun Daehaeng Sunim. Daehaeng’s training and achievements as a Seon, or Zen, master are unusual, particularly for a woman. She spent 30 of her early years practicing alone in the mountains of South Korea and sub- sequently founded one of the largest and most influential Korean Buddhist institutions. No River to Cross is organized topically and presents a well-edited sampler of Daehaeng’s teachings, which range from the conceptual to the practical, from non-duality to money, from nirvana to family. This first taste of a fresh female voice leaves you hungry for more. ♦ TIBETAN SOUND HEALING Tibetan Sound Healing Book and CD $19.95 plus S&H Available from Ligmincha Institute’s BOOKSTORE &TIBET SHOP email@example.com Toll Free: 866.522.5269 www.ligminchastore.org Seven Guided Practices for Clearing Obstacles, Accessing Positive Qualities, and Uncovering Your Inherent Wisdom, Sounds True, 2006 New book by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche For Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche's worldwide teaching schedule please go to www.ligmincha.org 2007 U.S . Teaching Schedule for Tenzin Rinpoche Sept. 27-30, Chamma Ling, Crestone, CO Sherab Chamma: Wisdom Loving Mother E-mail: ChammaLing@Ligmincha.org; www.chammaling.org Oct. 10-14, Charlottesville, VA Chöd; Ligmincha’s Annual Fall Retreat Nov. 16-18, Berkeley, CA Transforming Ordinary Perception into Bliss: The Five-Fold Teaching of the Dzogchen Master Dawa Gyaltsen E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Dec. 27, 2007-Jan. 1, 2008, Charlottesville, VA The Experiential Transmission of The ZhangZhung Nyen Gyu Annual Winter Dzogchen Retreat E-mail: email@example.com NOV 78-103.indd 94 NOV 78-103.indd 94 8/29/07 2:24:12 PM 8/29/07 2:24:12 PM