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Buddhadharma : Spring 2015
4 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly spring 2 0 1 5 26 Don’t Turn Away If you want to know how the mind works, says Ajahn Viradhammo, don’t be so quick to turn away from mundane or uncomfortable experi- ences. There’s much to be discovered there. 32 The Wisdom in My Bones After years of wrestling with the pain of racism and discrimination, Zenju Earthlyn Manuel discovers a deep tenderness within that points a way to liberation. 38 Breaking Open It’s only when we lose the illusion of control that we discover the creative potential of our lives. Pema Khandro Rinpoche explains four essential points for understanding what it means to let go. cover story 46 forum | The Mindfulness Movement: What Does It Mean for Buddhism? Diana Winston, Barry Boyce, Melissa Myozen Blacker, and Trudy Goodman address Buddhists’ questions about secular mindfulness: Where are the ethics? Does it go deep enough? Will it help or hurt Buddhism? Introduction by Jenny Wilks. features cover photo | eric saczuk 56 Even the Present Moment Is an Illusion Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche reminds us that the true benefit of being in the moment is seeing that the present is an illusion too. 62 Come Closer. Look. Zen teachings tell us that ordinary mind is none other than the path itself, but as Geoffrey Shugen Arnold explains, we can only see this truth if we look through unconditioned eyes. (Above and facing page) Illustrations by Tongchic from Finding the True Self by Master Jinje