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Buddhadharma : Summer 2007
SHENG YEN • THICH NHAT HANH • STEPHEN BATCHELOR • JOAN SUTHERLAND • EIDO ROSHI BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYSUMMER2007US$7.95/CAN$9.50 MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA THIS FANTASTIC, UNFOLDING EXPERIMENT Jack Kornfield examines the challenges and tensions surrounding Buddhism’s spread to the West and the creative solutions that have emerged. TOO MUCH MEDITATION? Are Western Buddhists focusing too much on meditation and ignoring other important practices? Our panel of Buddhist teachers weighs in on both sides of the debate. PILGRIMS’ PROGRESS The great pilgrimage sites of the Buddha’s life have gone from ruin to renewal, but serious problems remain. Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SUMMER 2007 IF WE’RE PREPARED FOR IT, THE MOMENT OF OUR DEATH offers one of the best opportunities to discover enlightened mind. The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche on the meditation practices we can do now to help us get ready. Are You Ready for Death?