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Buddhadharma : Spring 2009
21 spring 2 00 9 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly Sylvia Boorstein Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche Polly Young-Eisendrath John Tarrant visit us online at eOmega.org or call 800.944.1001 Cosponsored By Mindfulness, Love & Relationship What the Buddhists Te ach In Buddhism, the issue of relationship represents more than how we get along with lovers, family, or friends. It explores the basic split between self and other and the conflict inherent in this dualistic view. Join a stellar faculty and the Shambhala Sun at Omega Institute in New Yo rk City as we explore the basic Buddhist view of self and other, and work specifically with relationship issues in that light. Sheraton New Yo rk Hotel, New Yo rk City April 3-5, 2009