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Buddhadharma : Summer 2005
New from The Hundred Verses of Advice Tibetan Buddhist Teachings on What Matters Most Dilgo Khyentse and Padampa Sangye Translated by the Padmakara Translation Group The inimitable Khyentse Rinpoche’s commentary (on Padampa Sangye’s eleventh-century text) is an antidote to the dream of our lives. With humble skill, he explodes the excuses that keep us lost in the wilderness of craving and hard feelings, and liberates us to practice the dharma, right here, right now, whatver our station in life, without wasting another moment. “An extraordinary treasure.”—Sogyal Rinpoche. $19.95 hardcover Hooked! Buddhist Writings on Greed, Desire, and the Urge to Consume Edited by Stephanie Kaza Prominent Buddhists advise us on how to be at peace in this commercially driven world—whether the chime we hear comes from the meditation bell or the cash register. Contributors include popular Western teachers, Asian masters, scholars, and practitioners, such as Pema Chödrön, Joseph Goldstein, Bikshuni Thubten Chödrön, Judith Simmer-Brown, and Rita M. Gross. $16.95 paperback original Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away Teachings on Impermanence and the End of Suffering Ajahn Chah Translated by Paul Breiter Here, the influential and inspiring Thai Buddhist master Ajahn Chah teaches us how our tendency to fear and resist change causes us to suffer, and offers powerful advice on how we can embrace meditation as a path to freedom. Also included are anecdotes about Ajahn Chah’s life and his interactions with students, bringing him alive for us both through his words and through the way he lived his life. $14.95 paperback original The Adornment of the Middle Wa y Shantarakshita’s Madhyamakalankara with Commentary by Jamgön Mipham Translated by the Padmakara Translation Group Composed in the eighth-century by the Indian Buddhist adept Shantarakshita, this series of succinct verses expresses the heart of the Madhyamaka (“Middle Wa y”) philosophy. With accompanying analytical commentary from Jamgön Mipham, these historic teachings are easily accessible to the contemporary reader. $34.95 hardcover The Blue Cliff Record Translated by Thomas Cleary and J. C. Cleary The Blue Cliff Record is the most complete translation of the Pi Yen Lu, a collection of one hundred famous Zen koans accompanied by commentaries and verses from the teachings of Chinese Zen masters. Compiled in the twelfth century, it is considered one of the great treasures of Zen literature and an essential study manual for students of Zen. $29.95 Now in paperback! Visit our website to receive a 20% discount on these and over 600 other great books! Shambhala Publications To order call (888) 424-2329 or visit www.shambhala.com DONGYUGATSALLINGNUNNERY