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Lions Roar : March 2016
1994.48.73,“CHERRYBLOSSOMSONMEANDERINGSTREAM,”SANTABARBARAMUSEUMOFART,GIFTOFVIRGINIATOBIN newfromShambhala Publications Shambhala Publications 888-424-2329 www.shambhala.com Lion’s Roar Readers Save 20% when you enter discount code LR235 at checkout! Offer expires 3/31/16. SAVE 20% “It is rare when a subject as diffcult as illness is so thoroughly embodied that it becomes a gateway to the sacred. It is also exceptional when someone has the wisdom and skill to navigate the reader through that same portal. This book does both with such clarity and skill that it leaves the reader determined to use his/ her whole life for the same purpose.”—Rodney Smith, author of Awakening: A Paradigm Shift of the Heart Paperback $14.95 Paperback $16.95 “No one writes about Zen and writing and being human with more honesty, verve, and punch than Natalie Goldberg. Now in the fullness of her Great Spring, she tells, with more vividness and wisdom than ever before, stories from her life illuminated by the Zen teachings and practice that have informed it. I promise you will be, as I was, enthralled from the frst page to the last. This may be her best book yet!”—Zoketsu Norman Fischer, Zen priest, author of Experience: Thinking, Writing, Language, and Religion; What Is Zen?: Plain Talk for a Beginner’s Mind; and Magnolias All at Once Hardcover $22.95 A new way of practicing mindfulness meditation that applies many of the leading- edge insights of Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory—which combines Eastern teachings on the fve stages of awakening with the eight major models of human development, thus relating meditation practice to the whole path of human evolution. Beginning with as little as ffteen- or thirty-minute daily sessions, one can begin to gradually expand one’s practice to include Integral elements and to chart one’s progress in moving toward wholeness. Includes resources for further study and exploration. Paperback $16 95 Making a vow is a powerful mindfulness practice—and all you have to do to tap into that power is set your intention consciously. A vow can be as “small” as the aspiration to smile at someone at least once every day, or as “big” as marriage; as personal as deciding to be mindful when picking up the phone or as universal as vowing to save all sentient beings. It can be deeply spiritual, utterly ordinary, or both. Zen teacher Jan Chozen Bays looks to traditional Buddhist teachings to show the power of vows—and then applies that teaching broadly to the many vows we make. She shows that if we work with vows consciously, they set us in the direction of achieving our goals, both temporal and spiritual. Paperback $14 95 Fear and groundlessness are pervasive, but it is the very potency of this fear that makes it such a powerful tool for personal and cultural transformation. Natural Bravery offers teachings to help us look at fear with immediacy and courage, and to engage with it as a path to transform ourselves—and the world. he ul ral th a d. Paperback $18.95 Paperback $16.95 Paperback $15.95 Dokusan-style, Susan Moon asks her old friend Roshi Norman Fischer a question on our behalf, Norman answers it, and then Sue challenges him. In this playful way, these two teachers in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki (author of Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind) provide a basic edu- cation in Zen—not only its history, theory, and practice, but also its contemporary issues.