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Lions Roar : September 2016
REVIEWS she delves into America’s four major traditional religions to see what, if anything, one might lack without a commitment to one faith. Over four years, she moves through Christian- ity’s denominations, then travels to Los Angeles to study Judaism, to Berkeley to educate herself about Buddhism, and to Dallas and Wash- ington, D.C., to familiarize herself with Islam, meeting a host of per- sonalities and immersing herself in tenets and traditions along the way. A None’s Story intertwines sociology and history into an informative, intelligent, and humorous personal narrative about the fast-growing movement of nones in American religious life, while unpack- ing the role religion plays in modern society and the rewards and failures of faith. OUR PRISTINE MIND A Practical Guide to Unconditional Happiness By Orgyen Chowang Shambhala 2016; 224 pp., $13.25 (paper) “Experienc- ing our Pristine Mind—who we really are—and thereby achieving true, uncondi- tional happiness, is what this book is about,” writes Tibetan Buddhist master Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche in Our Pristine Mind. Written in an acces- sible, conversational style, this text guides us in going beyond mindfulness to transform every area of our lives through discovering the true nature of our mind. Based on the Dzogchen teachings, and with chapters such as “The Poor Man and the Treasure” and “Changing Our Mental Diet,” Chowang Rinpoche introduces us to the Pristine Mind meditation, emphasizing that while everybody possesses Pristine Mind, since it is our true nature, we each need to uncover it for ourselves. ♦ Tergar Learning Community is an online resource under the guidance of Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche Learn more at: learning.tergar.org A groundbreaking program that offers practical teachings on the full range of Buddhist thought and practice VAJRAYANA ONLINE LEARN MORE AT PACIFICZEN.ORG A RETREAT WITH JOHN TARRANT SEPTEMBER 16 – 18, 2016 THE GARRISON INSTITUTE GARRISON, NEW YORK (easy access by train or car from new york city) THE CREATIVE LIFE AND MEDITATION PACIFIC ZEN INSTITUTE LION’S ROAR | SEPTEMBER 2016 78