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Buddhadharma : Fall 2008
What Makes Yo u Not a Buddhist Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse “A crisp new voice in Tibetan Buddhism. With confidence tempered by wit, he cuts to the core of Buddhism: four ‘seals’— truths—that ma ke up a Buddhist ‘r ight view’ of the world and existence.” — Publishers We ekly Now in paperback $14.00 paperback Being with Dying Cultivating Compassion and Fearlessness in the Presence of Death Joan Halifax Foreword by Ira Byock, MD The fruits of the renowned Zen teacher’s three decades of work helping the dying and their caregivers approach life’s end with awareness. She provides comfort, inspiration, and practical skills. $22.95 hardcover $14.95 paperback The Bodhi Tr ee Grows in L.A. Ta les of a Buddhist Monk in America Bhante Walpola Piyananda “If you want to know how a wise, good-hearted, open-minded Buddhist can live the teachings in the midst of a busy American city, Bhante Piyananda shows the way, beautifully.”— Jack Kornfield, author of A Path with Heart Save 20% online at www.shambhala.com or call 888-424-2329 to order by phone Tr easures of the Sakya Lineage Te achings from the Masters Migmar Ts eten Foreword by H. H. Sakya Tr izin The first comprehensive sourcebook in English on this important Tibetan Buddhist school: an accessible overview of the philosophy, the lineage figures, and the practices. Includes teachings from key masters, both contemporary and historical. $18.95 paperback $21.95 hardcover Zen Heart Simple Advice for Living with Wisdom and Compassion Ezra Bayda “This book is like a personal retreat. A beautifully simple reflection on what it means to be, rather than to try to be.”—Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul Light Comes Through Buddhist Te achings on Awakening to Our Natural Intelligence Dzigar Kongtrül The secret to happiness: learning to shift the focus from ourselves to others. Buddhist meditation and contemplation are the keys. “Offers a practical path to clarity and peace.”— Daniel Goleman $21.95 hardcover n r e l g s n . y n New from SHAMBHALA Enter to win a $50 gift certificate by signing up for our e-mail newsletter at www.shambhala.com/newsletter. Drawings held monthly.