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Buddhadharma : Spring 2014
4 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SPRING 2 0 1 4 features Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY Volume 12, Number 3 22 Just Do It Whether you’re learning to meditate or ride a bike, says Ajahn Jayasaro, it’s not about how good you are or how far you get. The point is to practice with a sincere and consistent effort. The results will take care of themselves. 28 The Eight Bardos According to Tibetan Buddhism, all life and death take place in the gap, or bardo, between one state and another. Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen presents a commentary on Milarepa’s song of realization “The Eight Bardos.” 38 Forum: Your Teacher and You Your relationship with your teacher can have a profound effect on your practice, but it can also be confusing to navigate. Sallie Jiko Tisdale, Mark Power, and Sylvia Boorstein discuss what it means to have a teacher today, how you can make the most of the relationship, and what you can do when it’s not working. 48 No Teacher of Zen From the beginning, Norman Fischer never had much use for Zen teachers—and he still doesn’t. But after years of being one himself, he has a fuller appreciation of the role a teacher plays.