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Lions Roar : January 2016
By Lindsay Kyte us to relax and enjoy inner happiness. Let your heart and mind make the following agreement, he says: “Let’s rest.” His unique seven-phase approach to meditation is specially tailored to Western practitioners, who face different challenges to medi- tation than Asian students. The instructions are clear and straightforward, offering guidance from the beginning stages of meditation all the way to final realization, with insights appli- cable to daily life throughout. DHARMA DELIGHT A Visionary Post Pop Comic Guide to Buddhism and Zen By Musho Rodney Greenblat Tuttle Publishing 2015; 128 pp., $16.95 (paper) Profound, playful, and poi- gnant are just some of the ways to describe the aptly named Dharma Delight, a graphic look at Buddhism by abstract artist and Zen practitioner Musho Rodney Greenblat. From the Great Marvellous Bodhisattva Moment Protector, who holds the powerful Blow-dryer of Delusion that blows away obstructive clouds, to riding in a starship called “The Self-less Self,” Green- blat’s work is part graphic guide, part personal testimony, and part art book. With its colorful, zany view of Buddhist teachings as seen by way of whimsy, Dharma Delight is fun and instruc- tive for both beginners and longtime practitioners. M TRAIN By Patti Smith Knopf 2015; 253 pp., $25 (cloth) Punk icon, author, and multi- platform artist Patti Smith cre- ates a tapestry of loss and sweet remembrance in M Train. We travel from a cafe for coffee and journaling, to a land of inspi- rations collaged with reality, to Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul in Mexico, to Berlin, to a seaside bungalow just before Hur- ricane Sandy, and to the graves of Genet, Plath, Rimbaud, and Mishima. Throughout are exquisite photographs and poetic remembrances of those she has lost: her husband (guitarist Fred “Sonic” Smith), her brother, a good friend. Lines such as recall- ing when “the things I touched were living” (‘my husband’s fingers, a dandelion, a skinned knee’)” illustrate the yearning in these captured moments that honor beginnings and endings. The possibilities are endless Our hand-strung beaded bracelets are available in Natural Stone, Gemstones, Sandalwood, Sterling Silver and more. Give the Gift of Time meaning to pause® bracelets vibrate every60or90minutesfor 1 second to prompt you to pause, re-frame your thoughts and reflect on what is truly important to you... Create a “Personal Pause” that inspires you... Helping people create more meaningful moments Throughout their busy days... www.meaningtopause.com Inspire mindful change Upon checkout, use our thank-you code: Inspiremindfulness by Jan. 31, 2016 to receive a 20% discount off your purchase. SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2016 87