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Buddhadharma : Fall 2010
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly FALL 2 0 1 0 2 26 How Am I Doing? From time to time, says Anyen Rinpoche, it’s important to take an honest look at yourself and ask, how am I doing on the Buddhist path? For longtime practitioners, the question is even more pressing. 29 Ensuring Your Spiritual Needs Are Met When You Die Anyen Rinpoche explains how to prepare your own dharma will and dharma box to guide family and friends. 34 Buddhism’s Pain Relief Rick Heller reports on new developments in neuroscience that validate the Buddhist teachings on pain and suffering. It’s further evidence of the many ways that mindfulness practice helps us deal effectively with pain. 39 Three Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Pain Bob Stahl and Elisha Goldstein present a systematic approach to working with chronic pain, from their new Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook. 42 Feeling Stuck? Good! Feeling stuck in your Buddhist practice—or in your life generally—is a valuable opportunity, says Ajahn Sucitto. When handled with awareness, it challenges your sense of self—and everything else you hold dear. 48 The Myths, Challenges, and Rewards of Tantra Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Larry Mermelstein, and Anne Klein explore how Buddhist tantra has been received in the West, and the unique challenges and benefits it presents for Western practitioners. Introduction by Reggie Ray. 58 Moment by Moment Nirvana In the introduction to his new translation of Dogen’s Shobogenzo, Kazuaki Tanahashi explores why even a moment of meditation is a moment of enlightenment. 63 Just Wholeheartedly Sit A translation of Dogen’s Bendowa fascicle, from Kazuaki Tanahashi’s Treasury of the True Dharma Eye. 66 Rigorous, Pious, and Poetic Norman Fischer compares the different English translations of Shobogenzo. 68 What Makes You Think You’ll Live Forever? Stan Goldberg gains sobering insights into death and his own insecurities during a retreat with Ribur Rinpoche. Features Buddhadharma The PrAcTiTioner's QuArTerLy Volume 9, Number 1 eighTFormsoFPAdmAsAmbhAvA:dorjedroLo,coLLecTionoFrubinmuseumoFArT,iTemno.731(Acc.#P1998.22.4)