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Buddhadharma : Summer 2016
summer 2 0 1 6 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly 5 Features cover story on the cover Twilight of the Idols (White Buddha), 2002 by Kendell Geers Chevron tape on found object, 41 x 29 x 20 cm Private Collection 24 discover your innermost awareness In his teaching on the essence of Dzogchen, the Dalai Lama describes the shock that naturally accompanies an experience of ainnermost awareness, which is actually the basis of all reality. 32 Where Will you stand? If we are to uphold the dharma, says rev. angel Kyodo williams, we must stand up to racism and expose its institutionalized forms—even in our Buddhist communities. 36 healing the broken body of sangha As long as race continues to divide us, says ruth King, it is as if we are missing parts of our own bodies. Here are five steps we can take to help ourselves—and our sanghas—become whole. 44 Facing my White privilege When tara Brach came to recognize her own white privilege, it changed her as a dharma teacher and leader. 48 We’re not Who you think We are chenxing han examines the stereotypes that have marginalized Asian American Buddhists and reports on the rich diversity and depth of a new generation of practitioners. 56 Waking up to Whiteness For our practice to have meaning in today’s world, says Greg Snyder, it must include a thorough understanding of our racial identities and their impact. This is particularly urgent for white practitioners. 62 the last Word of Zen Melissa Myozen Blacker invites you to step into the tale of Deshan so that you may explore the ultimate meaning of Zen. Buddhadharma The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly | summer 2016 Self-Immolation (detail) by Tashi Norbu HUMLA Trek through the sacred mountains of Northwestern Nepal to deliver no-cost, high-quality holistic health care to one of the poorest and most remote areas in the world Medical Service Trip September 2016 Wisdom and Compassion in Action humlafund.org