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Buddhadharma : Summer 2015
Buddhadharma Readers Save 20% when you enter discount code BD220 at checkout! Offer expires 8/15/15. SAVE 20% 1994.48.73,“CHERRYBLOSSOMSONMEANDERINGSTREAM,”SANTABARBARAMUSEUMOFART,GIFTOFVIRGINIATOBIN Shambhala Publications 888-424-2329 www.shambhala.com new from Shambhala Publications “Tulku Thondup has truly given us a powerful new approach to loving-kindness meditation. Utilizing the peace and joy generated by devotion, we are guided through embodying love, experiencing the whole universe as love, and ultimately realizing loving-kindness free from concept. This book is a rare treasure.” —Sharon Salzberg, author of Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness Paperback Paperback $18.95 $18.95 Paperback $18.95 Hardcover $21.95 The teachings attributed to Zen ancestor Dongshan Liangjie (807-869) reveal the joy of “s uchness”—the absolute and true nature inherent in all appearance. Lieghton’s discussion of the Dongshan texts emphasizes their wonderful relevance to practice, using classical—as well as strikingly modern—examples of the truth they express. “A delight.” —Zoketsu Norman Fischer Tibet’s national literary treasure—starring its most famous warrior-king—now in English. “ The translation is readable and reliable, recommending The Epic of Gesar of Ling to those interested in the traditional literatures of Asia and in epic traditions more broadly. Given the dimension and diffculty of the text, together with its cultural importance, this is an accomplishment of the frst order.” — Times Literary Supplement Paperback Paperback $18.95 $18.95 Paperback $18.95 Paperback Paperback $39.95 $39.95 Paperback $39.95 Paperback $16.95 Paperback $16.95 Paperback $17.95 Paperback $17 95 Long before mindfulness became the cultural phenomenon it is today, Chögyam Trungpa provided these supremely concise and practical instructions that introduce the practice and that serve as an antidote to our temptation to turn it into self-help. If you let mindfulness infect your life, he shows, you’ll soon discover there’s no “self” to help. And when the wonderful sense of relief that comes from that understanding arises, so does compassion for all beings. It’s calming and centering, to be sure, but it goes infnitely beyond being calmed and centered. “Mindfulness is the direct path to insight—and no one has ever illuminated that wonderful path more skillfully than Chögyam Trungpa.”—Pema Chödrön “ This book is a gift. It will quietly lift you up, touching our deepest desire that all beings, including ourselves, be happy and free from suffering. With beautifully clear language and examples, the authors show how to make compassion an easy and central part of our lives. The authors know what they’re talking about, offering a seamlessly integrated vision of compassion for modern times. Allow this book to work on you, reading it slowly and gently practicing what you learn. It will heal your heart.” — Christopher Germer, PhD, Harvard Medical School, author of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche (1933-2004) was one of the most infuential lamas of modern Tibet and more than anyone else was responsible for the revival of the buddhadharma in his native land after the Chinese Cultural Revolution. This collection of his answers to some of the most fundamental questions one encounters on the Buddhist path provides a delightful taste of the heart quality of this great master’s profound teaching.