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Buddhadharma  |  Spring 2017  


Features:
Going Beyond Buddha
Taigen Dan Leighton, on the vital, dynamic experience of suchness.

The Heart of This Moment
Christina Feldman on metta practice as kindness, one moment at a time.

How Can No-Self Be Reborn?
Santikaro explains how his teacher, Ajahn Buddhadasa, called into question the very notion of rebirth.

The Choice Is Yours
There are two ways to understand dependent origination, teaches Ajahn Buddhadasa. Only one leads to liberation.

Forum: Buddhist Ethics in the 21st Century
Ajahn Amaro, Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Pema Khandro Rinpoche, and Noah Levine explore the relevance, social context, and blind spots in our practice of sila today. Introduction by Koun Franz.

The Path of Solidarity
Doshin Nathan Woods considers what it means to stand arm in arm as part of our Buddhist practice.

There Is No Author
When Judy Roitman learned her favorite dharma text was actually a patchwork of phrases and poems lifted from other sources, she started looking into the authorship of Buddhist texts. What she found surprised her.

Departments:
Commentary: Let's Stand Up Together by Bhikkhu Bodhi

First Thoughts from: 17th Karmapa, Joan Sutherland, Longchenpa, Rebecca Li, Sebene Selassie, and James Mayoun Ford.

Ask the Teachers: Konin Cardenas, Ari Goldfield, Sumi Loundon Kim address a question about non-attachment and our connection with our children.

In Focus: No Temple Required
Sam Littlefair on Buddhist Insights of NYC

Feature Review: Dzogchen Explained
Roger Jackson reviews "Heart of the Great Perfection: Dudjom Lingpa’s Visions of the Great Perfection, Vol. 1" by B. Alan Wallace

Book Briefs by Rory Lindsay

Buddhist Directory

Journeys: Get Off the Bus
by Casandra Luce
Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly presents in-depth teachings across all Buddhist traditions, presented in a way that applies directly to your practice.

If you’re a student of one particular school or tradition of Buddhism, you’ll find great teachings from that school. Plus, you’ll discover powerful teachings from other traditions that are directly relevant to your practice. That’s why Buddhadharma’s slogan is Many Buddhists, One Buddhadharma.

In every issue you’ll find exceptional Buddhist teachings like these:
• No Self, No Other: The Dalai Lama on the complete view of emptiness
• Becoming Truly Alive: Thich Nhat Hanh on how to wake up and live each moment
• Nirvana Now: It’s not some far-off goal, says Ajahn Sumedho

Plus in-depth features like these:
• Going It Alone: Making It Work as an Unaffiliated Practitioner
• Loving Deeply, Loving More
• Pain, Brain, and Meditation

And these regular departments:
• Expert reviews of all the new Buddhist books you need to know about
• “Ask the Teachers” – where trusted Buddhist teachers answer your tough questions
• Buddhadharma Forums: expert panel discussions addressing challenging Buddhist topics

Many Buddhists, One Buddhadharma
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Buddhadharma   |   Spring 2017   


Features:
Going Beyond Buddha
Taigen Dan Leighton, on the vital, dynamic experience of suchness.

The Heart of This Moment
Christina Feldman on metta practice as kindness, one moment at a time.

How Can No-Self Be Reborn?
Santikaro explains how his teacher, Ajahn Buddhadasa, called into question the very notion of rebirth.

The Choice Is Yours
There are two ways to understand dependent origination, teaches Ajahn Buddhadasa. Only one leads to liberation.

Forum: Buddhist Ethics in the 21st Century
Ajahn Amaro, Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Pema Khandro Rinpoche, and Noah Levine explore the relevance, social context, and blind spots in our practice of sila today. Introduction by Koun Franz.

The Path of Solidarity
Doshin Nathan Woods considers what it means to stand arm in arm as part of our Buddhist practice.

There Is No Author
When Judy Roitman learned her favorite dharma text was actually a patchwork of phrases and poems lifted from other sources, she started looking into the authorship of Buddhist texts. What she found surprised her.

Departments:
Commentary: Let's Stand Up Together by Bhikkhu Bodhi

First Thoughts from: 17th Karmapa, Joan Sutherland, Longchenpa, Rebecca Li, Sebene Selassie, and James Mayoun Ford.

Ask the Teachers: Konin Cardenas, Ari Goldfield, Sumi Loundon Kim address a question about non-attachment and our connection with our children.

In Focus: No Temple Required
Sam Littlefair on Buddhist Insights of NYC

Feature Review: Dzogchen Explained
Roger Jackson reviews "Heart of the Great Perfection: Dudjom Lingpa’s Visions of the Great Perfection, Vol. 1" by B. Alan Wallace

Book Briefs by Rory Lindsay

Buddhist Directory

Journeys: Get Off the Bus
by Casandra Luce
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Buddhadharma magazine print subscription.
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