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Lion's Roar

Mar 01 2018
Magazine

The Lion's Roar celebrates the spirit of wakefulness wherever it appears - in the arts, relationships, politics, livelihood, popular culture, and all the challenges of modern life. It offers a Buddhist view for people of all spiritual traditions who are open, inquisitive, passionate and committed.

Sharpen Your Prajna

The Lives of Others • Zen teacher NORMAN FISCHER discovers the life-changing— and society-changing—power of really knowing other people’s pain.

The Dharma of Recovery • VALERIE (VIMALASARA) MASON–JOHN, president of the Buddhist Recovery Network, promotes recovery alternatives grounded in dharma and diversity.

Donkey Dharma • MARK MEYERS brings his Buddhist practice to rescuing mistreated donkeys, who sometimes teach him the real meaning of compassion.

The Real Source of Happiness • The Buddhist teachings on the jhana states contain a secret about where positive emotions really come from. ALLEN WEISS explains.

I Couldn’t Trust My Parents’ Love • LAUREN CASALINO on how to get over the effects of insecure attachment.

A Love Supreme • Zen teacher and musician SEAN MURPHY looks at the spiritual search of jazz great John Coltrane.

What’s the most spiritual experience you’ve had while traveling or doing a pilgrimage?

Bearing Witness • Zen teacher JULES SHUZEN HARRIS teaches us a three-step practice to connect with and serve those who are suffering.

BUDDHISM BY THE NUMBERS

DHARMA FAQS • We answer your questions about Buddhism & meditation.

ROBERT AITKEN, ROSHI

Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei

Glimpses of Awakening • It may seem ungraspable and unattainable, but enlightenment is right here all the time.

Wherever You Are, Enlightenment Is There

Enlightenment Is a Day-to-Day Practice

Nibbana is Letting Go

Mind Is Buddha

These Truths Will Set You Free • The entire Buddhist path is contained in four simple, logical truths.

A Feedback Loop of Virtue

Become a Noble Being

Open Your Heart and Mind to Life • Focusing a stable mind on the nature of reality is Buddhism’s unique method.

The Unique Power of Mindfulness

Stability and Insight: The Buddhist Formula

The First Noble Misunderstanding

Sit Down, Shut Up, Pay Attention

Don’t Battle Against Your Thoughts

How Everything Becomes Meditation

Yes: It’s about Ultimate Reality • Since there’s no Buddhist God, it depends on your definition.

No: It’s Spiritual but Not Religious

Yes, No, Kind-of: It’s a Big Tent

Karma Is Ego, Ego Is Karma • Who you are in this moment affects who you’ll be in the next.

It’s All about Our Intentions

Your Guide to Future Happiness

A Commitment to Liberation • Taking refuge in the three jewels is like jumping into open space.

Homeless and Groundless

Trust the Three Treasures

The Open Dimension • Things are empty of the mistaken reality we project on them.

Why Emptiness Is the Antidote to Fear and Suffering

The Middle Way

The Bodhisattva’s Vow • When you commit yourself to others, you experience the awakened heart of the buddhas.

Mother of All the Buddhas

Practicing the Six Perfections

Why We Need Bodhisattva–Activists

Building a Better Self? • It sounds like a good thing to do, but psychiatrist and Buddhist teacher MARK EPSTEIN says you should resist ego’s endless demands for self-improvement.

REVIEWS

BUDDHIST DIRECTORY • A DIRECTORY OF MEDITATION, RETREAT, AND YOGA CENTERS

JUST SO


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 92 Publisher: Shambhala Sun Foundation Edition: Mar 01 2018

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The Lion's Roar celebrates the spirit of wakefulness wherever it appears - in the arts, relationships, politics, livelihood, popular culture, and all the challenges of modern life. It offers a Buddhist view for people of all spiritual traditions who are open, inquisitive, passionate and committed.

Sharpen Your Prajna

The Lives of Others • Zen teacher NORMAN FISCHER discovers the life-changing— and society-changing—power of really knowing other people’s pain.

The Dharma of Recovery • VALERIE (VIMALASARA) MASON–JOHN, president of the Buddhist Recovery Network, promotes recovery alternatives grounded in dharma and diversity.

Donkey Dharma • MARK MEYERS brings his Buddhist practice to rescuing mistreated donkeys, who sometimes teach him the real meaning of compassion.

The Real Source of Happiness • The Buddhist teachings on the jhana states contain a secret about where positive emotions really come from. ALLEN WEISS explains.

I Couldn’t Trust My Parents’ Love • LAUREN CASALINO on how to get over the effects of insecure attachment.

A Love Supreme • Zen teacher and musician SEAN MURPHY looks at the spiritual search of jazz great John Coltrane.

What’s the most spiritual experience you’ve had while traveling or doing a pilgrimage?

Bearing Witness • Zen teacher JULES SHUZEN HARRIS teaches us a three-step practice to connect with and serve those who are suffering.

BUDDHISM BY THE NUMBERS

DHARMA FAQS • We answer your questions about Buddhism & meditation.

ROBERT AITKEN, ROSHI

Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei

Glimpses of Awakening • It may seem ungraspable and unattainable, but enlightenment is right here all the time.

Wherever You Are, Enlightenment Is There

Enlightenment Is a Day-to-Day Practice

Nibbana is Letting Go

Mind Is Buddha

These Truths Will Set You Free • The entire Buddhist path is contained in four simple, logical truths.

A Feedback Loop of Virtue

Become a Noble Being

Open Your Heart and Mind to Life • Focusing a stable mind on the nature of reality is Buddhism’s unique method.

The Unique Power of Mindfulness

Stability and Insight: The Buddhist Formula

The First Noble Misunderstanding

Sit Down, Shut Up, Pay Attention

Don’t Battle Against Your Thoughts

How Everything Becomes Meditation

Yes: It’s about Ultimate Reality • Since there’s no Buddhist God, it depends on your definition.

No: It’s Spiritual but Not Religious

Yes, No, Kind-of: It’s a Big Tent

Karma Is Ego, Ego Is Karma • Who you are in this moment affects who you’ll be in the next.

It’s All about Our Intentions

Your Guide to Future Happiness

A Commitment to Liberation • Taking refuge in the three jewels is like jumping into open space.

Homeless and Groundless

Trust the Three Treasures

The Open Dimension • Things are empty of the mistaken reality we project on them.

Why Emptiness Is the Antidote to Fear and Suffering

The Middle Way

The Bodhisattva’s Vow • When you commit yourself to others, you experience the awakened heart of the buddhas.

Mother of All the Buddhas

Practicing the Six Perfections

Why We Need Bodhisattva–Activists

Building a Better Self? • It sounds like a good thing to do, but psychiatrist and Buddhist teacher MARK EPSTEIN says you should resist ego’s endless demands for self-improvement.

REVIEWS

BUDDHIST DIRECTORY • A DIRECTORY OF MEDITATION, RETREAT, AND YOGA CENTERS

JUST SO


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