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Buddhadharma : Winter 2017
10 Buddhadharma: The PracTiTioner's QuarTerly chRistopheR stAGG is a Tibetan transla- tor and interpreter for Nalandabodhi and the Nitartha Institute who has studied at Vajra Vidya Institute in Varanasi, India, and at Namo Buddha in Nepal. He recently trans- lated The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa (Shambhala 2017) under the direc- tion of Dzogchen Pon- lop Rinpoche. He sings the songs of Milarepa and has degrees in voice performance and music education. MelissA MyoZen BlAckeR Roshi is a Soto Zen priest, abbot of Boundless Way Zen, and a dharma heir to James Myo’un Ford Roshi. From 1992 to 2012 she was a teacher and director of pro- grams at the Center for Mindfulness, founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn. She also holds degrees in anthropology, music, and counseling psychology and has a private practice in con- templative counseling. Guo Gu (Jimmy Yu) is a senior student of the late Master Sheng Yen, founder of the Dharma Drum Chan lineage. In 2009 he established the Tallahassee Chan Center, which recently celebrated the grand opening of its new facility. He holds a PhD in Buddhist Studies from Princeton Univer- sity and is currently the Sheng Yen Associate Professor of Chinese Buddhism at Florida State University. He is also the author of Passing Through the Gateless Barrier: Koan Practice for Real Life. Jeff WiGMAn is a painter and longtime Shambhala Buddhist practitioner based in Troy, New York. He graduated from Par- sons School of Design in New York in 1992, where he studied sculp- ture and painting. His oil paintings illustrate the Forum on dukkha (page 58) and are from two collections of his work: “fable” and “nothing happening.” conTribuTors (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIgHT)ryszardFracKieWiscz,daviddaeanrynicK,JulieMyosensprott,JeFFWigMan