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Buddhadharma : Winter 2008
Cave of Tigers The Living Zen Practice of Dharma Combat John Daido Loori “A rare glimpse of the face-to- face, intimate encounter of earnestly questioning student and accomplished Zen master. Each exchange has the potential to bring insight, even to the reader.” — Jan Chozen Bays $17. 95 paperback $45.00 hardcover The Art of Buddhism An Introduction to Its History and Meaning Denise Patry Leidy More than 200 illustrations, most in color, illuminate this wonderfully accessible and inspiring journey through the world of Buddhist art. “Student, scholar, and devotee alike have much to learn from this fine scholar.”— Holland Cotter, Art Critic, New York Times Tr ue Perception The Path of Dharma Art Chögyam Tr ungpa Art, for Chögyam Tr ungpa, was a powerful means to insight as well as a tangible expression of the goodness and dignity of any moment. This collection of his teachings on the subject will be an inspiration to all artists, professional and otherwise. $16.95 paperback $35.00 hardcover Brilliant Moon The Autobiography of Dilgo Khyentse Tr anslated by Ani Jinba A compelling account of Buddhist training in Tibet in an age when life there still revolved around the great monasteries. Khyentse Rinpoche (1910–1991) also chronicles his life of teaching after his escape to Bhutan. Includes reminiscences by those who knew him best. $19.95 Book and CD set The Dhammapada Te achings of the Buddha Book and Audio-CD Set Tr anslated with annotations by Gil Fronsdal Read by Jack Kornfield Listen while you read and experience this most universally revered Buddhist scripture in the way it was originally presented: as an oral teaching. “The verses ring out clearly on the first read, communicating their meaning with precision and poetic sensitivity.”—Tr icycle New from SHAMBHALA The Best Buddhist Writing 2008 Edited by Melvin McLeod and the editors of the Shambhala Sun “This series continues as a great window on the world of an articulate community shaping American spiritual practices.”—Publishers Weekly Contributors this year include Pema Chödrön, Joseph Goldstein, and Joanna Macy. $16.95 paperback Save 20% online at www.shambhala.com or call 888-424-2329 to order by phone