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Buddhadharma : Fall 2010
The compelling story of an incarnate lama whose calling was interrupted by the Chinese invasion of Tibet. After twenty years under Chinese rule, he escaped to resume the teachings of his lineage, which have since flourished around the world. “A fascinating, terrifying, moving, and exalting account of a truly great being’s success in rising above adversity and making an outstanding contribution to a part of humanity under extreme pressure.”—Robert Thurman You’re already enlightened: perfectly, completely, and right now. But accessing that natural state requires the effort of spiritual practice. Ferguson highlights the twin, essential aspects of the path: faith in our awakened nature and commitment to practice, showing how each supports the other to lead us to the deepest truth. “Gaylon’s great learning and deep experience are reflected on every page.”—Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche Heart advice for how to treasure the ordinary activities of our daily lives through an understanding of simple Buddhist practices and ideas. “Following in the profound lineage of Suzuki-roshi, Jakusho Kwong offers an open-hearted Zen with an immediacy that is both illuminating and simple. These teachings give us confidence to return to our original mind.”—Jack Kornfield “Rodney Smith succeeds masterfully in laying bare the self/non-self doctrine and its many insidious misunderstandings. He makes it clear that the Buddhist goal is not self-improvement or self-elimination but rather the radical recognition that we have never been isolated, we have always belonged.” —Zoketsu Norman Fischer Hakuin Ekaku (1685–1768) created a new visual language for Zen: profound, whimsical, and unlike anything that came before him. His teaching was geared toward people in every walk of life, and his art was a key vehicle for that teaching. This finely produced, full color book contains 120 masterpieces by the quintessential Zen master of the people. Shambhala Publications 888-424-2329 www.shambhala.com newfromShambhala ~ Celebrating 40 years of independent publishing ~ 1994.48.73,“CHERRYBloSSomSoNmEANdERiNGSTREAm,”SANTABARBARAmuSEumoFART,GiFToFViRGiNiAToBiN This unique approach has been wonderfully effective in opening up meditation for people who thought they couldn’t do it—as well as for injecting a new energy into the practice of long-time meditators. “Jason Siff is one of the most distinctive and engaging voices of the emerging Buddhist culture in the West.” —Stephen Batchelor, author of Confession of a Buddhist Atheist This three-volume set, published to commemorate the centennial of his birth, presents dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche’s collected teachings in English, including significant works never before published. They are arranged to give a complete exposition of the stages of the Buddhist path, presented through his commentaries on root texts by classic Tibetan masters, including Patrul Rinpoche, Jigme lingpa, and mipham Rinpoche. These afford a rare glimpse into the direct mind-transmissions of a modern master. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF Dilgo Khyentse Dilgo Khyentse Dilgo Khyentse now available in a deluxe limited edition Between now and September 1, 2010, you can purchase the collection for $165, a savings of $30 off the retail price of $195. No other discount applies. Learn more at www.shambhala.com/CWKhyentse Special Introductory Price Paperback $15.95 Paperback $16.95 Paperback $16.95 Hardcover $65.00 Paperback $21.95 Paperback $16.95 Buddhadharma Readers Save 20% when you enter discount code BD202 at checkout! Offer expires 11/15/10. SAVE 20%