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Buddhadharma : Fall 2011
9 fall 2 01 1 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly tibet@SnowLionPub.com A Children’s Parable by Nick Kettles 32pp. • 63⁄4x91⁄4•15colorillus. • $16.95 cloth • Sept. • For all ages: 6–10 “Bravo! A wonderful piece of writing” — Creating the Psychological Ground for Practice by Rob Preece 180 pp. • 7 line drawings • $18.95 • August ”...important insights into the psychological issues and how these may be addressed.” — by Khenchen Thrangu 124 pp. • $16.95 • September “...this book will be a great inspiration and support for all serious Dharma students.”— The Cultivation of Meditative Quiescence by Gen Lamrimpa trans. by B. Alan Wallace 150 pp. • $15.95 • Oct. “It is Gen Lamrimpa’s familiarity with meditation on a deep experiential level that makes his teachings so valuable” — by Tenzin Wangyal 230 pp. • 22 photos, 5 drawings, 12 tables $18.95 • Oct. Shows the many ways that body, speech, and mind can be utilized as doorways to happiness, contentment, better health, and ultimately liberation. by Ven. Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche translated by Ngodup Burkhar and Chojor Radha edited by Laura M. Roth 270 pp. • August • $19.95, OUR PRICE $13.97 “Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche possesses the all-benefiting nature of a bodhisattva.” — NEW from Snow Lion