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Buddhadharma : Summer 2018
BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 9 LAMA TSULTRIM ALLIONE is the founder of Tara Mandala, a Vajrayana retreat center in Colorado, and she was the first American woman to become a Tibetan Buddhist nun, taking vows in 1970 with the Sixteenth Karmapa. She later gave back her monastic vows, married, and raised a family. Her work has been inspired by a deep connection with Machig Labdrön, the eleventh-century yogini who founded the Chöd lineage. Her new book, Wisdom Rising: Journey into the Mandala of the Empowered Feminine, was released in May. GAYLON FERGUSON is an acharya in the Shambhala Inter- national Buddhist community and an associate professor of religious studies at Naropa University. He teaches in a Peace Warriors/Basic Good- ness meditation instruc- tor training program in Chicago, working with community activists to reduce youth vio- lence, and also teaches mindfulness in prisons. He is the author of Natural Wakefulness and Natural Bravery. LAMA WILLA MILLER is the founder of Natural Dharma Fel- lowship in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Wonderwell Mountain Refuge in Springfield, New Hampshire. She studied with Lama Norlha Rinpoche from 1988 to 2001, during which time she com- pleted two traditional three-year retreats. She holds a doctorate in religion from Harvard University and teaches extensively on the topic of contemplative care. Current projects include a book about the tantric view of the body and a memoir. JIRYU RUTSCHMAN- BYLER is a Soto Zen priest and the tanto (head of practice) at Green Gulch Farm Zen Center. Since the age of twenty, he has lived in Zen centers and mon- asteries. His book Two Shores of Zen details the time he spent prac- ticing in Japan. He is also the head teacher of the Buddhadharma Sangha of San Quen- tin State Prison and is currently writing a book about Zhiyi’s six gates, the topic of his article in this issue. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)LAURAVITALE,CLAUDIALOPEZ,SHARONAJACOBS,ROBERTERDMANN