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Lions Roar : November 2019
Get the best of Buddhist wisdom delivered to your inbox. LionsRoar.com/newsletters COURSES | EVENTS | PARTNERSHIPS | N E W S MORE FROM LION’S ROAR NEXT 40 YEARS Our 40th-Anniversary year continues, and so does our look ahead into the next 40 years. In this issue, the theme is reform: how might Buddhism re-vision itself and adapt to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead? In this issue: Roger Jackson on modernizing the teachings; Kenley Neufeld on rethinking community; Tr u d y Goodman on how to grapple with abuse in Buddhist communities; Karma Lekshe Tsomo on equality for women monastics; and Pilar Jennings on the student/teacher relationship. And, next issue: Buddhism’s next generation speaks out! ARE YOU CHECKING OUT OUR NEWS & NEWSLETTERS? SEEKING MONTHLY DONORS Lion’s Roar, as a non-profit, relies on donations from readers—and never more so than now. While every contribution is truly needed and appreciated, monthly donations provide us with a predictable base of income. That’s tremendously helpful for all our efforts to share Buddhist wisdom for the benefit of all. If the Lion’s Roar mission inspires you, please visit giving.lionsroar.com and make a recurring or one-time gift. THE BUDDHIST GUIDE TO MINDFULNESS LION’S ROAR + NAROPA UNIVERSITY RELEASE “THE THIRD TURNING OF THE WHEEL: MIND ONLY AND BUDDHANATURE” In this new, 6-week online course, we invite you to examine the foundations of the third turning, the development of the Yogācāra School, and buddhanature with Naropa professor Amelia Hall. The third in Naropa and Lion’s Roar’s Three Turnings of the Wheel series, this course is online now and open for enrollment. Weekly enrichment activities, peer discussions, short quizzes, and Q&A opportunities with Amelia will help you assess and deepen your learning. Register now—or buy the full series at a special rate—at courses.lionsroar.com/naropa We love that you’re reading Lion’s Roar magazine—we put a lot of our hearts and minds into it. But one thing a bi-monthly magazine can’t do is break news. If you want to keep up with the latest developments in the Buddhist world as they happen, and to get Buddhist commentary on the zeitgeist, there is no better place than the News section of lionsroar.com. It’s full of community news, as well as Buddhist takes on arts, culture, politics, society, and more. And while you’re on the site, be sure to sign up for Lion’s Roar Newsletters, which deliver news, online exclusives, and top stories from both Lion’s Roar magazine and Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly. Uncover the spiritual roots of mindfulness meditation and deepen your practice with this new special edition from Lion’s Roar. Featuring teachings and commentaries from Joseph Goldstein, Sharon Salzberg, Thich Nhat Hanh, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, and many others, it’s a real mix from across Buddhist schools, all of it concerned with how we—you— can realize what the Buddha himself did, and wake up to the whole of life in this moment. Look for The Buddhist Guide to Mindfulness on newsstands or order your copy directly from store.lionsroar.com. LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2019 11