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Lions Roar : March 2019
Get the best of Buddhist wisdom delivered to your inbox. LionsRoar.com/newsletters MORE FROM LION’S ROAR COURSES | EVENTS | PARTNERSHIPS | N E W S TAKING REFUGE IN YOUR BODY Our latest online course features the incomparable Cyndi Lee, offering thoughtful and practical instructions on developing a practice of self- care. Rooted in Cyndi’s decades of experience as a Buddhist teacher and highly regarded yoga instructor, Taking Refuge in Your Body offers a deeply considered approach to making the most of the body you’ve got and the mind you’ve got—and provides encouragement to get them both working in harmony. Available now at learn.lionsroar.com/tryb THE NEXT 40 YEARS 2019 marks 40 years of continuous publishing at Lion’s Roar. We’re maturing, and Buddhism in the West is maturing too, but it’s still early days by any standard. We see a landscape rich with diverse voices, traditions, teachings, and practices; societal and individual challenges that are more urgent than ever; and evermore opportunities for Buddhism to have a positive impact. We’ll be marking the occasion in print, online, and with live events (see “Lion’s Roar at the Rubin”) exploring some of the themes we think matter most for the next 40 years of Buddhism in the West. LION’S ROAR NEEDS YOUR HELP More than at any time in our history, we need help from readers and friends who support our non-profit mission to share the dharma and see it flourish in modern times. Independent content publishers continue to experience falling advertising and newsstand revenues, and we’re no exception. Meanwhile, the need and the potential for benefit from the wisdom and practices of Buddhism seem to us to be greater than ever. Our intention for the next 40 years? To lean into that need with new, expanded, and deeper offerings for the generations of Buddhists to come. For 2019, our fundraising target is $108,000—to reach that goal, we need your help. giving.lionsroar.com LION’S ROAR AT THE RUBIN Spiritual Authority: Its Abuses and Uses The Rubin Museum, NY March 20, 2019 Scandals rocking the reli- gious world—including Buddhism— make us question the very nature of spiritual authority: What purpose does it serve? How can we stop its abuses? Buddhist teachers Gina Sharpe and Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara and psychoanalyst Pilar Jennings will break down the benefits and pitfalls of the teacher–student relationship and offer new models for the future. Join us for this, the first of three panel discussions on important spiritual issues of our time that Lion’s Roar is hosting this year at the Rubin Museum as part of our 40th anniversary celebration. For tickets visit lionsroar.com/events These past 40 years would not have been possible without the many, many businesses who’ve graced these pages with their advertising. Our view has always been that our advertisers—the majority of them small businesses founded by readers, and other Buddhist non-profits— are a vital part of the Buddhist landscape. We hope you agree, and that you continue to support those who’ve supported our work for so long. PHOTOBYEDWARDDALMULDER/FLICKR.COM A SPECIAL THANK-YOU TO OUR ADVERTISERS LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2019 11