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Buddhadharma : Winter 2006
winter 2006| 74 |buddhadharma The Monastery Store at Dharma Communications How to Select a Sitting Cushion Materials/Size Cost Description Mountain Seats Visco-elastic foam and buckwheat Standard: 13.5” diameter, 5.5” high Medium: 13” diameter, 7.5” high Large: 14” diameter, 9” high $85 $90 $95 The Mountain Seat combines a layer of visco-elastic foam, which conforms to the contours of your body, with a sturdy, buckwheat hull base. The range of sizes make this cushion accessible to both the experienced meditator (Standard) and those who are less flexible or suffer discomfort (Large), and everyone in be- tween. The Medium is the recommended cushion for beginners. Tibetan Mountain Seat Visco-elastic foam on regular foam 18” long/ 7” high/ 12” wide $125 Combines the stability of a rectangular cushion with the comfort of visco-elastic foam. Suitable for those who are less flexible. With or without endless knot design. Mountain Seat Zabuton Visco-elastic foam and cotton batting 30” long / 4” high/ 34” wide $125 With visco-elastic foam for those seeking the most comfortable meditation mat. SeiFu Buckwheat 13” diameter adjustable: 8–15” high $95 Best for large people. Adjustable height is ideal for switching sitting positions. KaBu Buckwheat & kapok 14” diameter, 8” high $59.95 Allows for both cross-legged and kneeling postures. Traditional Zafus Kapok 14” diameter, 8” high Buckwheat 13” diameter, 7.5” high $46.95 $46.95 Best for those of average height and flexibility. Classic Zabuton Cotton batting 30” long / 3” high/ 34” wide $54.95 Suitable for most people. We also offer kneeling benches and color cushion covers. For more information or to place an order, visit the Monastery Store online at www. dharma.net/monstore or call us at (845) 688-7993. For assistance in selecting the appropriate cushion for your needs, email email@example.com. The Monastery Store at Dharma Communications The Monastery Store at Dharma Communications Hakuin on kensHo the four ways of knowing EditEd with CommEntary by Albert low $14.95 paperback Japanese Zen Master Hakuin (1689 –1769) considered Kensho—the Zen experience of waking up to one’s own true nature — to be essential. His text on the subject, “Four Ways of Knowing of an Awakened Person,” is a little-known Zen classic. This volume provides profound wisdom and inspiration for deeper practice. Shambhala Publications $14.95 paperback Visit www.shambhala.com to receive a 20% discount on this and over 600 other great books!