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Staff Selects WHAT SHAMBHALA BOOK HAS CHANGED YOUR LIFE? Has a Shambhala book changed your life? Tell us about it! Send us an email, photo, or video of yourself at email@example.com. We’d love to hear from you! Luminous Emptiness was recom- mended to me by three different people when I was grappling with the loss of a loved one. Fremantle offers an accessible exploration of the fundamental teachings of Vajrayana Bud- dhism, illuminating the tantric symbolism of The Tibetan Book of the Dead in a way that hits home. If you’ve ever found your- self confounded by the mysteries of living and dying, this book is good medicine. —Jade Weston Kranz, Online Course Manager Right view is the foundation of the eightfold path, and no book so clearly outlines what consti- tutes right view as What Makes You Not a Buddhist. Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse’s humorous and direct style subverted my expectations of an introductory book on Buddhism. His words slice away delusion with sur- gical skill; this is a must-read for anyone interested in being Buddhist. —Stephan Downes, Contracts and Royalties Manager Tulku Thondup is a living treasure in our midst, and I think his books are some of the most important Buddhist works in English. The Heart of Unconditional Love offers a method John C. H. Wu’s translation of the Tao Teh Ching was one of the first spiritual books that really resonated with me. I was in 7th or 8th grade. I’ll never forget the visceral sense of recognition I felt as I read the opening lines: “Tao can be talked about, but not the Eternal Tao. / Names can be named, but not the Eternal Name.” Twenty years later, this book continues to speak to me. — Peter Schumacher, Associate Publicist Writing Down the Bones was my first Shambhala Publications book and Natalie Goldberg was my first true teacher—in writing and in Buddhism. I read Bones in January 1992 and now, 27 years later, Natalie and I are collaborating on her first online course, which launches with us this spring. I hope both new and longtime Natalie fans can join us! — Kay Campbell, Director of Online Education and Media for anyone—Buddhist or not—to apply loving- kindness and actually perfect it to its ultimate form, unconditional love. He told me that he thinks this is his most important work. That speaks vol- umes. —Nikko Odiseos, President