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Lions Roar : September 2016
PHOTOS © JOHN BIGELOW TAYLOR Mindfulness is many things: a natural capacity of our mind, a beneficial practice for daily life, and an important part of many spiritual traditions. Buddhists have been practicing mindfulness since the Buddha first taught his disciples to place their attention on their breath and footsteps 2,600 years ago. It is the foundation of the path to enlightenment. Mindfulness is the Buddhist specialty. This special issue of Lion’s Roar surveys Buddhist teachings on the philosophy and practice of mindfulness by contemporary masters of many traditions. Buddhist Teachings on Mindfulness 1. What is Mindfulness? Its depth and breadth in Buddhist philosophy. 2. How to Practice Mindfulness Instructions in a variety of transformative practices. 3. Mindfulness & Wisdom How the stable mind of mindfulness discovers the true nature of reality. 4. Mindfulness in Action Mindfulness & enlightened living. May these teachings bring you concentration, calm, and insight. LION’S ROAR | SEPTEMBER 2016 41