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Lions Roar : January 2016
THE TRUE SOURCE OF HEALING By Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche Hay House 2015; 143 pp., $15.99 (paper) In The True Source of Healing, Bön Dzogchen teacher and Bud- dhadharma columnist Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche explains that in Tibet, soul-retrieval rituals were used to heal illness caused by “soul loss.” Adapting these traditional teachings, Tenzin Wangyal guides readers in heal- ing the soul for the benefit of ourselves, all human beings, and the earth itself. With chapters on looking closely at your own life and finding refreshment in nature, he provides tools for overcoming disconnection and dissatisfaction so we can reawaken creativity, playfulness, and a sense of ease. This book also includes an audio download of guided meditations. THIS MOMENT IS FULL OF WONDERS The Zen Calligraphy of Thich Nhat Hanh By Thich Nhat Hanh Chronicle 2015; 116 pp., $16.95 (cloth) For the first time, Thich Nhat Hanh’s calligraphy has been collected in This Moment Is Full of Wonders, which features more than 60 full-color artworks. Depicted in these elegant and beautiful calligraphies are such pearls of Buddhist wisdom as: “Peace is every step,” “Be free where you are,” and “Smile to the cloud in your tea.” Scattered throughout are some of Nhat Hanh’s best- known teachings, printed on semitransparent overlays that illu- minate the pieces beneath. THE RELAXED MIND A Seven-Step Method for Deepening Meditation Practice By Dza Kilung Rinpoche Shambhala 2015; 144 pp., $16.95 (paper) “In Buddhism, it is said that noth- ing is permanent. But if anything can come close to being perma- nent, it would be the inner hap- piness I speak of.” In The Relaxed Mind, Dza Kilung takes a weight off our shoulders by encouraging REVIEWS Old Poby Jim Bedard (Author of Lotus in the Fire) One of the most enjoyable and profound books I have ever read. I am gifting copies to my spiritual friends. – Victoria, Insight Meditation Society After a devastating fire tears through their beloved homeland, three young friends set out on a journey to find answers to life’s most compelling questions. With the help of the wise Elders from Old Pond, the trio learn vital lessons that give them the courage to cope with life’s unpredictability. The Teachings of the Elders The teachings of various spiritual traditions are colorfully brought to life in this unusual fable that resonates with a wisdom that is as timeless as it is universal. This book has something for everyone... a book that I can’t wait to inish, but will be sad to read the last page. – Satipañña Insight Meditation Toronto SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2016 86