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Buddhadharma : Fall 2017
THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SUMMER 2016 THE DALAI LAMA ON THE ESSENCE OF DZOGCHEN • BUDDHIST APPS • THE LAST WORD OF ZEN Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SUMMER 2016 Buddhadharma angel Kyodo williams | Ruth King Tara Brach | Chenxing Han | Greg Snyder FREE the DHARMA Race, Power, and White Privilege in American Buddhism Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SPRING 2015 FINDING AN AUTHENTIC TEACHER • EVEN THE PRESENT MOMENT IS AN ILLUSION • OBSTACLES TO ORDINATION MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA The Mindfulness Movement What Does It Mean for Buddhism? Jane HirsHfield • soka Gakkai • Herbert GuentHer dies • tHe upper Middle Way Buddhadharma Buddhadharma The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly summer 2006us $7.95/can $9.50 many BuddhisTs, one Buddhadharma EnlightEnmEnt in FEmalE Form gehlek rinpoche on the power of tara practices how Should i hElp? the relationship between social engagement and Buddhist practice thich nhat hanh understanding the four layers of consciousness thE lamp of ZaZEn Shunryu Suzuki roshi on living each moment in complete combustion into the dEpthS of EmptinESS a teaching by master Sheng Yen The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly suMMer 2006 reflecting on a mother’s love ajahn amaro contemplates the relationship between mother and child in light of the teachings on emptiness and impermanence AJAHN BRAHM • DAVID LOY • DEMOCRACY’S DHARMA • PHILIP WHALEN’S POETRY THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SUMMER 2008 The Karmapa in America An exclusive interview with this important Tibetan teacher, now making his historic first visit to the West MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA ARHAT vs BODHISATTVA Ajahn Amaro suggests how we can transcend the debate over the true ideal of Buddhist practice GET A GRIP Sharon Salzberg, John Tarrant, Judith Simmer-Brown, and The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche on what Buddhism teaches us about working with our emotions INSIDE BURMA NOW A report by Alan Senauke Why Bodhidharma Came to the West: A Teaching by Robert Aitken Roshi The Inspiring Story of Dipa Ma, “Patron Saint of Householders” Pure Attention: An Interview with S.N . Goenka Ayya Khema on Criticizing the Faults of Others Panel Discussion: Do Buddhists Pray? Could You Save the Cat? Norman Fischer on One of Zen’s Most Controversial Koans Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche on the Three Bodies of Enlightenment An in-depth, prA ctice-oriented journA l for Buddhists of A ll trA ditions Buddhadharma BuddhadharmaThePracTiTioner’sQuarTerlysPring2003002 t he p r A ctitioner’s QuArterly spring 2003 THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY WINTER 2012 TRALEG RINPOCHE • KIDS: MEDITATION VS NINTENDO • THE TIBETAN LEONARDO • DIXIE DHARMA BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYWINTER2012 Buddhadharma THEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYWINTER2012 Your Meditation Handbook Practical teachings on helpful meditation practices from different Buddhist traditions— and how they can change your life. MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SPRING 2014 REDISCOVERING ZEN'S WOMEN ANCESTORS • THE EIGHT BARDOS • DO CYBERSANGHAS WORK? BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYSPRING2014 What the relationship means today, how to make the most of it, and what to do when it isn't working Your Teacher & You MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SPRING 2014 REDISCOVERING ZEN'S WOMEN ANCESTORS • THE EIGHT BARDOS • DO CYBERSANGHAS WORK? BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYSPRING2014 What the relationship means today, how to make the most of it, and what to do when it isn't working Your Teacher & You MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA Buddhadharma The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly fall 2008 Many buddhists, one buddhadharMa Buddhadharma Do You Believe in Miracles? Glenn Wallis, Judy Lief, and Ari Goldfield debate the supernatural in Buddhism John DaiDo loori roshi on Dogen’s Mountains and Rivers Sutra and why “entering the mountain” means leaving yourself behind Andrew Olendzki presents the real Practice of MinDfulness found in the Abhidharma teachings a lotus in MorMon lanD Charles Prebish reports that Buddhism is thriving in Utah and getting along fine with its Mormon neighbors Master sheng Yen • Jack kornfielD • thich nhat hanh the Practitioner’s Quarterly fall 2008 Practice like Your hair’s on fire Why we have to make the most of this rare and fleeting opportunity to wake up MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA Finding Freedom From Our Negative Patterns ALSO Inside the Shamatha Project The Role of Humor in Buddhism Sakya Trizin: Beyond All Attachment Sharing Buddhism with the Homeless Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SUMMER 2011 MASTER SHENG YEN • SEX AND THE SPIRITUAL TEACHER • THICH NHAT HANH IN AMERICA BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYSUMMER2011 How to liberate the mind from painful habits, addictions, and repetitive thoughts. Buddhist teachings by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, Joan Sutherland, Jan Chozen Bays, and Chönyi Taylor MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY WINTER 2011 WHY IS AMERICAN BUDDHISM SO WHITE? • FLIGHT 93 • BEING A COMPASSIONATE CAREGIVER BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYWINTER2011 Buddhadharma The Profound Mind of the Dalai Lama “ T he suffering and happiness each of us experiences is a reflection of the distortion or clarity with which we v iew ourselves and the world” THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY FALL 2010 • THICH NHAT HANH • BUDDHIST WARFARE • WHAT MAKES YOU THINK YOU’LL LIVE FOREVER? • HOW AM I DOING? It’s a question all Buddhists should ask themselves, says Anyen Rinpoche, especially longtime practitioners EXPLORING TANTRA Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Anne Klein, and Larry Mermelstein examine the myths, challenges, and rewards of this esoteric tradition FEELING STUCK? GOOD! Ajahn Sucitto explains why feeling stuck is a valuable opportunity MOMENT BY MOMENT NIRVANA Teachings from Kazuaki Tanahashi’s new translation of Dogen’s Shobogenzo Pain Relief How Buddhist meditation eases suffering— and the brain science that proves it MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA Buddhadharma the in-depth, practice-oriented journal for Buddhists of all traditions Buddhadharma winter 2003 t he p ractitioner’s Quarterly Throwing It All Away: Zen Teachings by Sekkei Harada Roshi Ajahn Amaro on Mind Beyond Conditions Vipashyana in the Mahamudra Tradition: Instructions by Thrangu Rinpoche The Couch or the Cushion? Buddhism & Psychotherapy Forum: Why Study When the Truth Is Beyond Concepts? Fully Engaged in Body, Speech & Mind: The Foundational Practices of Dzogchen Smells Like Teen Spirit: Dharma for Young Adults Mark EpstEin • norMan FischEr • thich nhat hanh • ko Un • tsUltriM allionE Buddhadharma The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly fall 2006us $7.95/can $9.50 Many bU ddhists, onE bU ddhadharMa thE rEal dzogchEn A panel of experts explains this profound, deceptively simple tradition that takes the fruition as the path thE FlowEr ornaMEnt sUtra Taigen Dan Leighton and Robert Aitken unpack the wealth of extravagant metaphors and transformative teachings from this essential but little-known sutra crUcial instrUctions Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche’s pithy teachings on how to bring absolute nature into our path dEgrEEs of sEEing Ajahn Brahm on the deep stages of letting go, or jhanas, and why they hold the key to seeing through one’s distorted view Buddhadharma thE practitionEr’s QUartErly Fall 2006 The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly fall 2017 Buddhadharma sPecial anniversary issue the best of years MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SPRING 2012 CAN YOU BE A CHRISTIAN BUDDHIST? • GLORIA STEINEM • GENJO KOAN • I VOW TO BE POLITICAL Buddhadharma Deep Practice Deep Practice Deep Exploring DZOGCHEN, MAHAMUDRA and ZEN BuddhadharmaThePracTiTioner’sQuarTerlyfall2017