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Lions Roar : March 2016
By Lindsay Kyte THE ART AND SKILL OF BUDDHIST MEDITATION Mindfulness, Concentration, and Insight By Richard Shankman New Harbinger 2015; 160 pp., $16.95 (paper) For a less tradi- tional take on vipassana medi- tation, Richard Shankman offers The Art and Skill of Buddhist Medi- tation. “This book is a travel guide along that same path to inner peace,” he says, “meditation as it has been preserved and taught in the Theravada tradition of Buddhism.” Shankman has crafted a practical guide to building a strong meditation practice by unifying mindfulness, concentration, and insight into a single integrated approach. Written for both the beginner and the experienced meditation practitioner seeking to deepen his or her understand- ing, this book offers hands-on skills eas- ily put into practice via a step-by-step approach, coaching practitioners through the highs, lows, and inevitable obstacles that arise on the path of meditation. CHAN HEART, CHAN MIND A Meditation on Serenity and Growth By Master Guojun Wisdom 2016; 176 pp., $14.95 (paper) “Do you ever won- der who you really are? Do you want to find out?” asks Master Guojun in Chan Heart, Chan Mind. The author of Essential Chan Buddhism, Guojun examines Chan— the Chinese forerunner of Zen—through the lens of a young Western-educated teacher. Brief, lyrical, and intimate, his reflections on a life lived in this tradition include encounters with some of its most BECOME A MORE MINDFUL CITIZEN. Deepen your personal practice and develop a strong foundation in the theory, history, and professional applications of mindfulness through Lesley University’s groundbreaking graduate programs: Master of Arts in Mindfulness Studies Graduate Certificate in Mindfulness Studies lesley.edu/mindful-programs santa fe, new mexico 505-986-8518 www.upaya.org firstname.lastname@example.org see entire calendar, teachings, and more at www.upaya.org march 22 - 27, 2016 Spring Sesshin: Way of the Bodhisattva A Meditation Retreat to Gather the Heart/Mind with Joshin Brian Byrnes & Genzan Quennell april 6 - 27, 2016 Spring Practice Period: Timeless Spring Bodhidharma april 8-10 Practice and Renewal with Joshin Brian Byrnes & Genzan Quennell Bodhidharma Through Himalayan Eyes april 15 - 17 Explore Nonduality with John D. Dunne, PhD Sesshin: The Great Way Is Not Diffcult april 15 - 17 Meditation on the Zen Spirit of the Heart/Mind of Faith with Joshin Brian Byrnes & Sensei Irène Kaigetsu Kyojo Bakker Spring Retreats in Santa Fe, New Mexico santa fe, new mexico 505-986-8518 www. upaya.org email@example.com LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2016 75