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Lions Roar : May 2016
By Lindsay Kyte SACRED PLACES A Mindful Journey and Coloring Book By Thich Nhat Hanh; illustrated by Jason DeAntonis Parallax 2016; 80 pp., $14.95 (paper) Adult coloring books are hugely popular these days as a tool for relaxation, contemplation, and meditation. Sacred Places is the second in a series of color- ing books by Parallax offering the wisdom of Thich Nhat Hahn. Artist Jason DeAntonis, illustrator of the Mindfulness Essentials series, has created black-and-white renderings of places and interiors to pair with these teachings. “Each of us needs to belong to a place that feels sacred to us,” writes Thich Nhat Hanh. “This place is a spiritual homeland where we can retreat from time to time, much as we may have run to our mothers for refuge when we were young. Even if we cannot actually go there, we only need to think of it, and we can feel the solidity and joy of that place.” All images in this book are printed on non-bleed, recycled paper. REVIEWS BUDDHIST ART Coloring Book 1: Auspicious Symbols and Mythical Motifs from the Tibetan Tradition By Robert Beer Shambhala 2016; 112 pp., $15.95 (paper) Coloring Book 2: Buddhas, Deities, and Enlightened Masters from the Tibetan Tradition By Robert Beer Shambhala 2016; 128 pp., $15.95 (paper) Robert Beer has studied and practiced Tibetan thangka painting for thirty years. In this two-volume series, he invites readers to explore Tibetan Bud- dhism through coloring some of its most revered figures and sacred art. In the first volume, Beer presents his drawings of traditional Tibetan Buddhist symbols and motifs, meticulously painted by hand with a small sable brush, each accompanied by a detailed description of the piece’s meaning. In the second volume, Beer has selected fifty of his brush paint- ings of key figures of Tibetan Buddhism, including spiritual adventurers, rebellious saints, and tantric masters. Both of these LION’S ROAR | MAY 2016 77