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Buddhadharma : Winter 2007
US$7.95/Can$9.50 Many buddhists, one buddhadharMa Ordinary Buddha Thich Nhat Hanh explains why we should drop our enlightenment agenda and simply be our true, ordinary selves. are We equal yet? Rita Gross says there are still barriers to women’s development and recognition as dharma teachers. hear them rOar A special collection of essays, stories, and poems on the lives of Buddhism’s women ancestors. endless mOments Of insight Mahasi Sayadaw’s newly translated instructions for the practice of insight meditation. Psychology and Buddhism What they share, how they differ, and why they both can help. a panel discussion with Jack Kornfield, harvey aronson, and Judith lief. allen GinsberG • traleG rinpoche • norMan Fischer • ajahn aMaro • dzonGsar Khyentse BUddhadharmaThePraCTiTioner’SQUarTerlywinTer2007 Buddhadharma the practitioner’s Quarterly winter 2007 it’s all in the mind