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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
10 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY TENZIN WANGYAL RINPOCHE is the found er and spiritual director of Ligmincha Interna tional, an organization dedicated to preserving Tibetan Bön Buddhist wisdom, through which he reaches students around the world through retreats, books, and online teachings. Trained as a Bön monk from child hood in sutra, tantra, and Dzogchen, he even tually earned a Geshe degree. His most recent book is Spontaneous Creativity: Meditations for Manifesting Your Positive Qualities. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)JARAMILLOFLORES|DHARMACOMMUNICATIONS|JAMIECOHEN|KIRSTENEDELGLASS GEOFFREY SHUGEN ARNOLD, ROSHI is head of the Mountains and Rivers Order, abbot and resident teacher of Zen Mountain Mon astery, and abbot of the Zen Center of New York City. He received dharma transmis sion from John Daido Loori, Roshi, in 1997, after eleven years of residential training. He is the author of O, Beautiful End, a collec tion of Zen memorial poems. PAMELA D. WINFIELD became interested in the intersection between religion and art during internships at the National Gallery of Art and the Metro politan Museum of Art, and later while living in Japan. She is now an associate professor of religious studies at Elon Univer sity in North Carolina, as well as the author of Icons and Iconoclasm in Japanese Buddhism: Kukai and Dogen on the Art of Enlighten- ment and coeditor of Zen and Material Culture. WILLIAM EDELGLASS is the new director of studies at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies and a profes sor of philosophy and environmental studies at Marlboro College in Vermont. His work has taken him to Dharamsala, India, where he taught both Western philosophy to Tibetan monks at the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics and Buddhist philosophy to Amer ican college students on a Tibetan studies program.