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Lions Roar : November 2019
Enameled copper jewelry handcrafted in Nova Scotia with love. Megan Archer melts colored glass powders onto copper in her kiln at 1500F, creating subtle variations to every piece. Inspired by the oceans & forests of Eastern Canada, & by Megan’s travels through the Himalayan regions of India & Nepal. www.aflamecreations.ca Halifax, Nova Scotia email@example.com NEKO-CHAN TRADING COMPANY Unusual gifts and meditation sup- plies! An impressive assortment of Japanese, Indian, and Tibetan incense, and burners, Japanese Stoneware, Maneki-Neko cats, Bedspreads/Tablecloths, Medita- tion beads, Prayer flags, Statues. Orders $50.00 and over, FREE SHIPPING! Request a catalog (U.S.) Online/phone: www.neko-chan.com 888-425-2490 (toll free) We are a small cottage enterprise from Nepal that endeavors to connect the people from all over the world with Nepalese and Tibetan arts and Crafts. With the ten years of experience, we own a brand that sustains and thrives to provide only the best for our customers. All of our products are eco-friendly and, are exclusively handmade with lots of love and care by our local artisans in Kathmandu Valley. Our Best- Known Products: - Tibetan Incense - Prayer Flags - Singing Bowl - Buddhist Statue - Thangka Paintings We have the trading facility for retail and wholesale www.nepacrafts.com firstname.lastname@example.org 646-893 -5958 Free Sample Chakra Incense NepaCrafts: Buddhist Fair Trade Online store for Meditation, Rituals and Dharma Featuring more than 50 works of Japanese Buddhist art from the collection of the Newark Museum, many which have never been displayed previously. Major support provided by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation. Sixteen Arakan, Disciples of the Historical Buddha, Edo Period (1615–1868) Hanging scroll; Ink and color on silk. Newark Museum Purchase 1909 George T. Rockwell Collection 9.932 49 Washington Street Newark, New Jersey 07102 973.596.6550 TTY 711 NEWARKMUSEUM.ORG Beyond Zen: Japanese Buddhism Revealed On view September 18, 2019-January 5, 2020 TOUCHING JOURNEY There is a powerful vision guiding and animating this life story, as Arnaud Maitland explores what it might mean to fulfill a deeper human potential. Reflections of Faith will be rewarding reading for anyone who has wondered how to realize the genuine heart’s desires. dharmapublishing.com (707) 847-3717 DHARMA PUBLISHING Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness: Surrendering to Life Cheryl sees the specter of cancer and inquires deeply into her fear. When her mind wants to know, wants to know, wants to know the unknowable future, she cultivates calm with self-talk and returns her attention to the present mo- ment. Here. Now. BreastCancerMindfulness.com LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2019 82 MARKETPLACE