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Buddhadharma : Spring 2006
spring 2006| 16 |buddhadharma Recalling Chögyam Trungpa Compiled and edited by Fabrice Midal Foreword by Diana Judith Mukpo In wide-ranging essays and interviews, contributors from the fields of Buddhist practice and scholarship, philosophy, the arts, and literature examine the work of this modern genius. $24.95 paperback The True Dharma Eye Zen Master Dō gen’s Three Hundred Kō ans Translated by John Daido Loori and Kazuaki Tanahashi With commentary by John Daido Loori Compiled by Dō gen with commentary by renowned American Soto Zen master John Daido Loori, these three hundred kōans will provide fresh material for many Zen students. Following the traditional format for kō an collections, Loori has written commentary and accompanying verse for each kō an. Also included are a glossary of Zen names and terms, a Zen lineage chart, and a bibliography showing the original sources of each kōan. $39.95 hardcover Swampland Flowers The Letters and Lectures of Zen Master Ta Hui Translated by J. C. Cleary The writings of the twelfth-century Chinese Zen master Ta Hui are as immediately accessible as those of any contemporary teacher, and this book, which introduced them to the English-speaking world in the 1970s, has become a modern classic. These texts, available in English only in this translation, come as a revelation for their lucid thinking and startling wisdom. Now, after more than a decade of scarcity, we are delighted to make the book available once again. $15.95 paperback How to Cook Your Life From the Zen Kitchen to Enlightenment Dō gen and Kō shō Uchiyama Rō shi Translated by Thomas Wright In the thirteenth century, Zen master Do ̄ gen—perhaps the most significant of all Japanese philosophers, and the founder of the Japanese Soto Zen sect—wrote a practical manual of Instructions for the Zen Cook. In drawing parallels between preparing meals for the Zen monastery and spiritual training, he reveals far more than simply the rules and manners of the Zen kitchen; he teaches us how to “cook,” or refine our lives. $14.95 paperback No Time to Lose A Timely Guide to the Way of the Bodhisattva Pema Chödrön This commentary on The Way of the Bodhisattva by Shantideva provides a friendly and encouraging guide for all those who aspire to live with courage, generosity, and compassion. * For a limited time, order this book at www.shambhala.com and also receive a free audio CD by Pema Chödrön entitled Practicing Peace in Times of War. $24.95 hardcover Shambhala Publications To order call (888) 424-2329 or visit www.shambhala.com Visit our website to receive a 20% discount on these and over 600 other Shambhala books! New from STEVEHEYNEN