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Buddhadharma : Fall 2007
fall 2007| 2 |buddhadharma volume Six, number 1, Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly (iSSn: 1499-9927, uSPS 020-836) is published quarterly for $24/year uS, $36 Cdn Canada & $39 uSd international, by Shambhala Sun, 1345 Spruce St., boulder, Co 80302-4886 uSa. Periodical postage paid at boulder, Co and at additional mailing offices. PoStmaSter: Send address changes to buddhadharma: the Practitioner’s Quarterly, Po box 3377, Champlain, ny 12919-3377. Printed in the united States of america. © 2007 Shambhala Sun. all rights reserved. Canada Post Publication mail agreement #40018157. Canadian Postmaster: Send undeliverable copies to: 1660 hollis St., Suite 701, halifax, nS, Canada, b3J 1v7. features 24 Being in reaL time Dainin Katagiri Roshi explores Dogen’s concept of Being-Time and how to work with it in our daily lives. 32 imagine you’re enLighteneD How the visualization practices of Tibetan Buddhism really work. A modern take on tantra by Ken McLeod. 40Zen minD, vaJra minD A talk by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche on the differences between Zen and tantra. 48 thus have i not hearD Archivists are running out of time to save recordings of the pioneering teachers who brought Buddhism to the West. Meg Federico reports on the challenges of changing technologies, copyright laws, and an ever- mounting collection of new dharma recordings. 54 Forum: Book Power Amy Hertz, Tim McNeill, Reed Malcolm, and Robert Sharf assess how the publishing industry is influencing Buddhism in the West. Also, leading Buddhist teachers and scholars recommend their top Buddhist books. 62 how DeeP (anD saD) is your Love? Buddhist scholar Mu Soeng says the conventional definitions of “love” and “compassion” are too limited. Real love, he says, is marked by a transformative feeling of care and sadness. 40 Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY 87 90