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Lions Roar : March 2015
CONTENTS PLUS 40 5 PRACTICES FOR NURTURING HAPPINESS We offer this teaching to honor the great Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh, who suffered a serious stroke in November. We join all practi- tioners in sending our prayers and good wishes for his full recovery. DIY DHARMA Eight leading Buddhist teachers help you get your meditation practice started 53 YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED Judy Lief offers helpful guidelines for the path ahead. 57 DO TRY THIS AT HOME Five Buddhist Meditations You Can Learn Right Now Insight Meditation: Larry Yang Metta: Kathleen McDonald Walking Meditation: Gil Fronsdal Tonglen: Pema Chödrön Koan Practice: Melissa Myozen Blacker 62 HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT We meditate, says John Tarrant, to discover the truth hidden in the last place we look—the moment that’s happening to us right now. 67 BUDDHISM A–Z Ten dharma books everyone should have. 68 PUT YOUR MEDITATION INTO ACTION Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche on taking the fresh and open mind you’ve experienced into the rest of your life. On the Cover Needle-felted wool Buddha by Gwyneth Jones. Photo by Marvin Moore. DONFARBER 46 “I KNEW I HAD TO PRACTICE” For the first time, Ebola survivor Ashoka Mukpo talks about his Bud- dhist practice and how it helped him through his near-fatal ordeal.