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Lions Roar : September 2019
SPECIAL SECTION: 3 WAYS TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH YOURSELF 40 MINDFULNESS: THE POWER OF AWARENESS First, stop beating yourself up. Diana Winston on how to use the tools of mindfulness to free yourself from guilt, shame, and self-criticism. 44 LOVING-KINDNESS: HEALING YOUR INNER CHILD Peggy Rowe Ward and Larry Ward explain how to give yourself the love and compassion you deserve. 47 BUDDHANATURE: YOU’RE PERFECT AS YOU ARE Why feel bad about yourself when you are naturally aware, loving, and wise? Mingyur Rinpoche on simple ways you can discover your own buddhanature. CONTENTS PLUS 32 FREE AT LAST Rima Vesely-Flad reports on Deep Time Liberation, a retreat that takes African American med- itators into the heart of slavery’s past so they can free themselves from its legacy of trauma. 50 LOVING YOUR INNER CRITIC Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash and Buddhist teacher Sharon Salzberg in conversa- tion about loving yourself, your work, and—yes—even your pesky inner critic. 56 BOOKS FOR OUR JOURNEY Andrea Miller looks at how Shambhala Publications, now celebrating its 50th anniversary, has reflected and helped shape the evolution of Buddhism in the West. 62 FURRY FRIENDS ON THE PATH The joys, lessons, and sometimes sorrows of living with our animal companions. • Hamsters on the Wheel of Life, by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong • A Cat by Any Other Name, by Sarah Chauncey • Does My Dog Have Buddha- nature? by Andrea Miller 68 BUDDHISM, THE NEXT 40 YEARS: RIGHT ACTIVISM Continuing our anniversary series, we look at how Buddhists can contribute their insight, compassion, and commitment to a world in trouble. • We Will Come Back for You, by Satsuki Ina • Confessions of a Marxist Buddhist, by Dorotea Mendoza • How to Be an Ecosattva, by David Loy • Liberation: It’s All or Nothing, by Rev. angel Kyodo williams • Don’t Just Sit There—Act, by Andy Hoover BRYANLEDGARD