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Buddhadharma : Winter 2006
anthonYrusso What Makes You Not a Buddhist Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse In challenging readers to make sure they know what they’re talking about before they claim to be Buddhist, Khyentse explains what a Buddhist is: someone who understands and lives the truth of impermanence. On Buddha Essence A Commentary on Rangjung Dorje’s Treatise Khenchen Thrangu “Thrangu Rinpoche explains the aspects of impermanence, permanence, temporality, and the eternal nature of the three kayas with great clarity and alacrity, showing readers the practical implications of these otherwise rarefied Buddhist concepts.” —Venerable Traleg Kyabgon The Best Buddhist Writing 2006 Edited by Melvin McLeod Wise and witty, heartfelt and profound, this third volume in an annual series brings together the year’s most notable prose and verse, inspired by the power and insight of Buddhist practice. Attaining the Way A Guide to the Practice of Chan Buddhism Chan Master Sheng Yen This landmark guide includes texts from the great living Chan master Sheng Yen, as well as material by three key ancestors of his lineage: Yuanyun Jiexian, Boshan Yuanlai, and Xuyun. Though the texts were written hundreds of years apart, they are all remarkably lucid and are perfect for beginners or experienced practitioners today. A Cascading Waterfall of Nectar Thinley Norbu “This magnificent original work on the ngöndro is cause for celebration. All Vajrayana followers must treasure this masterpiece of profound teachings by one of the greatest masters of our age.” —Tulku Thondup, author of Peaceful Death, Joyful Rebirth $15.95 paperback $24.95 hardcover $16.95 paperback $19.95 hardcover It’s Up to You The Practice of Self- Reflection on the Buddhist Path Dzigar Kongtrül Foreword by Pema Chödrön “A n enthralling and practical book that speaks to us all with an exceptional clarity about confusion, uncertainty, and fear, about fearlessness and courage, and about awareness, joy, sanity, and freedom.” — Sogyal Rinpoche $12.95 paperback $16.95 paperback Visit www.shambhala.com to receive a 20% discount on this and over 600 other great books! Attaining the Way A Guide to the Practice of Chan Buddhism Chan Master Sheng Yen This landmark guide includes texts from the great living Chan master Sheng Yen, as well as material by three key ancestors of his lineage: Yuanyun Jiexian, Boshan Yuanlai, and Xuyun. Though the texts were written hundreds of years apart, they are all remarkably lucid and are perfect for beginners or Venerable Traleg Kyabgon —Sogyal Rinpoche Also availabe as an audio CD