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Buddhadharma : Summer 2010
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly summer 20 1 0 2 24 Loving Deeply, Loving More Our ability to feel love and compassion is limitless, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy. The Dalai Lama, Pema Chödrön, Sharon Salzberg, Kathleen McDonald, Diana Winston, and Mark Unno teach Buddhist practices for cultivating a deeper, fuller experience of love. 34 Make the Most of Your Pilgrimage Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche explains how to get the most out of your spiritual journey to India, from generating proper motivation to the most effective practices for accumulating merit and wisdom at Buddhism’s holy sites. 42 The Time Has Come The traditional “eight heavy rules” institutionalize women’s second-class status in Buddhist monasticism. Three former Buddhist nuns—Thanissara, Jitindriya, and Elizabeth Day—look at new controversies that are focusing attention on this injustice and call upon Buddhist leaders to engage in a genuine dialogue for change. 46 That Was Then, This Is Now The eight heavy rules are the result of previous historical and social circumstances, says Buddhist scholar Janet Gyatso. She explains why equal status is critical, not only for those directly affected but also for the future of Buddhism in the West. 49 “I Will Do It” Llundup Damcho reports on the Seventeenth Karmapa’s vow to reinstate full ordination for women in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. 52 Sex, Lies, and Buddhism Norman Fischer, Andrew Olendzki, and Lama Palden Drolma explore the spirit, subtleties, and relevance of Buddhist ethics for today’s practitioners. Introduction by Guy Armstrong. 62 When the Tornado Touches Down Zen practice stirs up a lot of energy and emotion, says Shozan Jack Haubner, and sometimes it can get downright ugly. He offers an intimate and humorous look at life inside his Zen monastery. Features Buddhadharma the practitioner's quarterly