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Transcript
Shambhala
A u t u m n 2 0 11
SHAMBHALA
PUBLICATIONS
Trade Catalogue
including
Trumpeter Books and
Shambhala Audio
▼
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BOOKS
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All Together Singing in the Kitchen
Creative Ways to Make and Listen to Music as a Family
Nerissa and Katryna Nields; Foreword by Dan Zanes
Reading line: Includes a CD with 28 songs.
Songs, musical games, and fun ideas for making music for and with your
children (whether you think of yourself as musical or not) by the nationally
touring duo The Nields.
This book is about discovering your musical family--the songs you like to listen
to, the songs you like to sing, and the ways that music shapes your own family's
traditions and day-to-day life. Full of practical advice for making music more a part
of your every day, songs to sing and move to, instruments to make and play, and
ideas for family traditions and community events, this book celebrates the
connections music can create and deepen within every family.
Key Points/Quotes
ON SALE 9/13/2011
TRUMPETER
TRADE PAPERBACK
978-1-59030-898-1
$22.95/$25.95 Can.
BISAC Cat: Family & Relationships - Parenting
Order Form Cat: FAMILY/CHILDCARE
Page Count: 224
Trim Size: 8 x 9
Carton Count: 24
Illustrations: 2-COLOR THROUGHOUT WITH A
CD
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Prod Type: Shambhala TR
Marketing and Publicity
Publicist: Jennifer Campaniolo
Feature pitch to national and metro
parenting magazines
Radio pitch to national and regional
NPR, folk, children's and family radio
Regional author tour including events at
schools, libraries, music concerts
Outreach to children's music blogs and
general parenting blogs
Authors' website (www.nields.com) has
a blog, a chat group, and an
e-newsletter with over 3,000 subscribers
Sponsorship on soulemama.com
Review campaign to library, school, and
homeschooling publications
PRAISE:
"This wonderful go-to book will help real
people create not just musical
opportunities, but a musical
home."--Dar Williams
"More than just helpful tips about
singing together, [this book] is an
invitation to be fearless and sing our
hearts out."--Annie Patterson and Peter
Blood, editors of Rise Up Singing
Make music a part of your every day: Everyone is musical, and this book presents
creative ideas, tips, games, and songs to help every family with young children introduce
more music into their lives. While there are many songbooks available, as well as serious
books on music education and philosophy, this book offers a wonderful range of
information and material in one place--the games, songs, and philosophy are all here.
Everything you need to get singing--including a 28-song CD: Little kids love singing
and being being sung to. This book contains songs for everyone and every time:
traditional folk songs and original songs; lullabies and work songs (such as "Time to Take
a Bath"); songs to be sung in rounds, with hand movements, or while dancing; and more.
For each song, readers are given the lyrics, the guitar and piano chords (should you want
to play along), and a recording on CD.
Want to pick up an instrument or take music more seriously? Songs are presented
with guitar chords and charts to make playing along easy. The book also presents ideas
for playing simpler instruments, from cardboard guitars to shaker eggs and more. Should
your child want to seriously learn to play an instrument, there's advice on music
education methods and practicing.
Authors have a strong musical background: The authors have been in a successful
recording band since 1991; since 2001 they have been touring as a duo. They have
released two family music albums to date, which have been reviewed in Parenting
magazine, NPR's All Things Considered, Cookie magazine online, and elsewhere online.
They also continue to run HooteNanny, a music class for children up to five years of age
and their parents.
About the Author/Illustrator
Author Residence: Northampton, MA
NERISSA AND KATRYNA NIELDS are national touring musicians and sisters, a
part of the legendary band The Nields who toured North America throughout the
nineties and into this millennium. As a duo, they were a part of Lillith Fair, and
have shared the stage with Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, Natalie Merchant, Suzanne
Vega, Sarah McLaughlin, Dar Williams, the Indigo Girls, James Taylor, Joan
Baez, the Band, 10,000 Maniacs, Billy Bragg, Dan Zanes, and countless others.
With fifteen albums in fifteen years, they remain prolific. Now that they are parents
to young children, they have expanded their repertoire to include the youngest in
the folk festival crowds. They have released two family albums, All Together
Singing in the Kitchen and Rock All Day/Rock All Night, and a family music DVD
titled Organic Farm.
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Humpty Who?/Jennifer Griffin/TR
The Great Family Songbook/Dan Fox/HC
ISBN
978-1-59030-471-6
9780761143680
9781579127589
On sale
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2007
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Publisher
Trumpeter
Workman
Black Dog and Levinthal
Price
$18.95/$23.00 Can.
$11.95
$19.95
"Thank you to The Nields for gathering
all of the ideas, hopes, stories, and
songs that people love to share with
each other and for putting them into this
one generous, limitless, and inspiring
book."--Dan Zanes, from the foreword
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The Confidence Gap
A Guide to Overcoming Fear and Self-Doubt
Dr. Russ Harris; foreword by Steven Hayes, PhD
Reading line: Simple techniques for long-lasting results, drawn from ACT,
the revolutionary mindfulness-based therapy.
ON SALE 9/13/2011
TRUMPETER
TRADE PAPERBACK
978-1-59030-923-0
$15.95/$17.95 Can.
BISAC Cat: Self Help - Success
Order Form Cat: PSYCHOLOGY/SELF-HELP
Page Count: 240
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Carton Count: 40
Load Group: 0203
Prod Type: Shambhala TR
Marketing and Publicity
Publicist: Jennifer Campaniolo
Feature campaign to health and
mind/body/spirit magazines
Outreach to appropriate blogs and
websites
Outreach to ACT practitioners
Targeted mailing to psychotherapists
and mental health professionals
Breakthrough insights and simple techniques for developing the kind of
confidence that is deep-seated and long-lasting.
Too many of us miss out on opportunities in life because we lack
self-confidence. Whether it involves public speaking, taking on a leadership role,
or starting a relationship, we often don't feel equipped to handle new challenges.
Most confidence-building strategies--such as affirmations and positive
self-talk--help us only in the short term, if at all. Russ Harris offers a surprising and
revolutionary solution to low self-confidence, shyness, and insecurity. Rather than
trying to vanquish our fears, the secret is actually to form a new and wiser
relationship with them. Paradoxically, it's only when we stop struggling against our
fearfulness that we begin to find lasting freedom from it.
The Confidence Gap draws on proven mindfulness-based techniques and on
the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to provide a
long-term solution. (ACT is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that has been
shown to be effective in treating a range of mental health problems.) Harris
combines key insights, anecdotes, and exercises, along with humor and
playfulness, to show readers how to overcome self-defeating patterns and get
more out of life.
Key Points/Quotes
An easy, enjoyable read with techniques that readers can put to use immediately.
Interest in ACT is growing: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a
mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, continues to attract interest, with national and
international conferences, professional trainings, websites, blogs, and listserves. Russ
Harris is well connected within the international ACT community, and this book features a
foreword by Steven Hayes, PhD, the creator of ACT.
Follow-up to a successful book: Russ Harris is the author of The Happiness Trap, an
introduction to the principles and techniques of ACT, which has sold approximately
27,000 copies.
About the Author/Illustrator
Author Residence: Australia
RUSS HARRIS is a physician and therapist specializing in stress management.
He is the author of The Happiness Trap, and he speaks frequently to individuals
and mental-health professionals about the techniques of ACT. Born and educated
in England, he lives in Australia. For more information, visit actmindfully.com.au.
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Here I Am
Using Jewish Spiritual Wisdom to Become More
Present, Centered, and Available for Life
Leonard Felder
Stress-management techniques drawn from Jewish wisdom to create more
awareness, clarity, and calmness when faced with stress-related
emotions--from a well-respected psychologist.
In these stressful times, it's easy to get caught up in feeling anxious, tense,
foggy, overloaded, and unable to appreciate the simple gifts in your life. In this
book, a popular psychologist shares techniques for managing and rebalancing
these emotions and helps you to find your calm, strong center. The author draws
from traditional Jewish prayers and blessings that have been used for centuries to
refocus the mind; techniques that help you to reappraise a situation, manage your
emotions, spend a moment in appreciation or contemplation, or to make a
moment holy.
Key Points/Quotes
ON SALE 9/13/2011
TRUMPETER
TRADE PAPERBACK
978-1-59030-844-8
$15.95/$17.95 Can.
BISAC Cat: Religion - Judaism - General
Order Form Cat: RELIGION/JUDAICA
Page Count: 192
Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2
Carton Count: 48
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Prod Type: Shambhala TR
Marketing and Publicity
Publicist: Jennifer Campaniolo
Feature campaign to national Jewish
publications and mind/body/spirit
magazines
National radio campaign
Author speaking tour, including JCCs,
Hillel organizations, Limmud education
events, the Jewish Renewal Gathering
Outreach to Jewish bloggers and
websites
Discussion guide based on the book
VIP mailing to rabbis and Jewish adult
education leaders
Simple techniques conveyed in a friendly, can-do manner: The author has made
these stress-management practices as easy as drawing a deep breath; they can be done
anywhere and in any situation. He has tested and refined these techniques in his work
with his clients over the last thirty years.
Jewish wisdom for everyone: The author has a long history of multi-faith counseling
and dialogue and has made these stress-management practices resonant to people of all
religious persuasions.
Media-savvy author: Felder is an experienced author who has appeared on more than
250 radio and television programs, including Oprah, NBC's The Today Show, CNN, CBS
News, National Public Radio, Canada A.M., BBC London, and ABC Australia. He also
writes original articles and blogs on numerous Jewish and multi-faith websites, and is a
frequent contributor to a wide range of magazines.
About the Author/Illustrator
Author Residence: Mar Vista, California
LEONARD FELDER, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in West Los Angeles, who
has written twelve books on personal growth that have sold over 1 million copies.
He has been invited nationwide to lead discussions and workshops at both
synagogues and churches, and numerous interfaith events. He has also appeared
on over 200 radio and television programs, including Oprah, The Today Show,
CNN, The CBS Early Show, NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio, Canada
AM, and BBC London. Active in several volunteer organizations, he received the
Distinguished Merit Citation of the National Conference of Community and Justice
for developing programs to combat racism, sexism, homophobia, and religious
prejudice. Dr. Felder's books have also received numerous national awards,
including the 1985 Nonfiction Book of the Year Award from Medical Self-Care
Magazine, the 2002 Best Jewish Writing Award from Jossey-Bass, the 2008
Nonfiction Book of the Year selection from Body and Soul Magazine, and the 2008
Best 5 Psychology Books selection from the Books for a Better Life Foundation in
New York. He lives with his family in Mar Vista, California.
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Fitting In is Overrated/Leonard Felder/hc
When Difficult Relatives Happen/ Leonard Felder/ p…
Seven Prayers that Can Change Your Life/Leonard
Fe…
The Ten Challenges/Leonard Felder/pb
Making Peace with Yourself/Leonard Felder/pb
Making Peace with Your Parents/ Leonard Felder/hc
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Everyday Holiness/Morinis, Alan/TR
Every Day, Holy Day/Morinis, Alan/TR
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9781402748844
9781594862274
On sale Publisher
2008 Sterling
2005 Rodale
Price
$17.95
$14.95
9780740718953
2001
Andrews McMeel
$OP
Three Rivers Press
Ballantine
Random House
Publisher
Trumpeter
Trumpeter
$OP
$11.95
$OP
Price
$18.95/$23.00 Can.
$17.95/$21.50 Can.
9780609801802 1998
9780345410115 1996
9780394534145 1983
ISBN
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978-1-59030-609-3 12/08
978-1-59030-810-3 8/10
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Beauty Pure and Simple
The Ayurvedic Approach to Beautiful Skin
Kristen Ma
The first concise guide to understanding how to care for and beautify your
skin from both the Western and Ayurvedic perspectives.
Beauty Pure and Simple provides an all-natural, holistic view of skincare and
beauty drawn from both the latest in skincare science and from Ayurveda, a
system of wellness that has been practiced for thousands of years on the Indian
subcontinent. In this practical guide, the author, who is both a popular esthetician
and an Ayurvedic practitioner, explains both views and how they can work
harmoniously together, helps readers determine their true skin type, and then
recommends individualized regimens with easy-to-obtain products. She also
covers such topics as dealing with skin changes that come with aging, protecting
skin from the sun and pollutants, the effect of stress on skin and how to cope with
it, and how to treat common problems such as dark circles under the eyes,
breakouts, acne, eczema, rosacea, puffy eyes, hyperpigmentation, and many
others.
Key Points/Quotes
ON SALE 10/11/2011
TRUMPETER
TRADE PAPERBACK
978-1-59030-920-9
$16.95
BISAC Cat: Health & Fitness - Beauty & Grooming
Order Form Cat: DIET/HEALTH/FITNESS
Page Count: 192
Trim Size: 6 x 8
Carton Count: 48
Illustrations: A FEW DIAGRAMS AND CHARTS
SOME ILLUSTRATIONS
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Prod Type: Shambhala TR
Marketing and Publicity
Publicist: Jennifer Campaniolo
Feature and review pitch to women's
and health magazines
Author's blog: http://tinyurl.com/4bbwj
Author video for online promotion
Outreach to whole-living blogs
Promotion through Ayurvedic schools
Author owns and operates Pure + Simple, Inc., a group of holistic spas in Toronto,
Canada, with its own line of natural cosmetics and mineral makeup: Kristen Ma is
an Ayurvedic practitioner and certified esthetician who has studied and practiced the art
of skincare in Canada, the US, India, and Australia.
Environmentally conscious: Ma addresses consumers' increased concerns about the
harmful chemicals that are ubiquitous in products--and product packaging--on the market.
Praise from one of the most well-respected Ayurvedic teachers in the West:
"This is a practical guide to modern skincare using the timeless wisdom of
Ayurveda. Beauty is eternal and crystal clear, and Kristen Ma shows how to be
beautiful at all ages according to Ayurvedic principles."--Vasant Lad, author of
Ayurveda: Science of Life
About the Author/Illustrator
Author Residence: Toronto, Canada
KRISTEN MA is the co-owner of Pure + Simple Inc., a group of holistic spas in
Toronto with its own line of natural skincare and mineral make-up. She is an
Ayurvedic practitioner and esthetician who writes and lectures on the subject of
holistic beauty. Ma has an active blog readership
(www.holistic-vanity.blogspot.com) and a comprehensive website
(http://www.pureandsimple.ca/). Ma has been voted "Best Facialist in the City" by
Toronto Life Magazine.
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Transform Your Skin Naturally/ Ben Johnson, MD/pap…
Gorgeous Face and Beautiful Body/Josette Milgram/p…
Beauty: The New Basics/Rona Berg/paper
ISBN
978-0-553-38330-0
9781554076086
9781935297352
9781588166678
9780761101864
On sale
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2010
2010
2010
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Bantam
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Active Interest Media
Sterling
Workman
Price
$12.00
$24.95
$15.95
$17.95
$19.95
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Made to Play!
Handmade Toys and Crafts for Growing Imaginations
Joel Henriques
35 simple toys, puzzles, and games that encourage play, from the creator of
the popular blog MadeByJoel.com.
Encourage imaginative play with these thirty-five unique handmade toys. Using
wood, fabric, and paper, the projects in this book speak directly to the interests of
young children: make the wooden Portable Zoo Animals for your animal-lover,
construct the paper Slotted Building Discs for your little builder, or make Dress-Up
Drawings with your budding artist. With a minimal and clean design and lots of
room for variation, these projects are a perfect way to stimulate growing
imaginations and for you to connect to your child through play.
Key Points/Quotes
ON SALE 10/11/2011
TRUMPETER
TRADE PAPERBACK
978-1-59030-912-4
$18.95/$18.95 Can.
BISAC Cat: Crafts & Hobbies - Toymaking
Order Form Cat: HOBBY/CRAFT
Page Count: 208
Trim Size: 7-1/2 x 9
Carton Count: 30
Illustrations: FULL-COLOR PHOTOS
THROUGHOUT
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Publicist: Jennifer Campaniolo
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parenting, lifestyle, and craft magazines
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homeschooling publications
Outreach to parenting and craft
websites and bloggers
Author's website: www.madebyjoel.com
Author video for online promotion
Sponsorship on soulemama.com
Toy samples created by author
Simple-to-make toys with a modern sensibility: With a minimal number of steps,
hand-drawn instructional illustrations, and ordinary materials, the projects in this book are
simple to make and exhibit a minimalist style.
Emphasis on imagination and play: Young children don't need elaborate toys--the
simplest materials can make for the most entertaining items, allowing a child to explore
and imagine as they like. The toys in this book speak to children's vibrant imaginations,
allowing them to use each toy in their own games, scenarios, and play.
Written by popular blogger, crafter, and designer: Creator of the blog
MadeByJoel.com, Joel Henriques has been developing a lot of attention online and in
print. His blog (which was created in July 2009) currently receives 129,000 page views a
month from over 33,000 unique viewers in 135 different countries. His designs have also
been featured in print magazines, including Parents magazine, Nido magazine
(Germany), Junior magazine (UK), Luna magazine (Germany), Vanity Fair (Italy), Bazaar
(Singapore), kleinformat (Germany), 4Kids magazine (Ireland), Lilica and Tigor (Brazil),
and Anorak (UK). He's also been featured in the online magazines LMNOP (Austrailia),
La Petite magazine (France), and Kireei magazine (Spain). He's currently working on toy
designs for Cheerios, Made in Me (London), and Oeuf (New York).
About the Author/Illustrator
Author Residence: Portland, OR
JOEL HENRIQUES is fascinated by color, shape, and craftsmanship. He was
drawn to painting as a child, inspired by his grandmother, a painter herself. She
spent hours showing Joel the paintings of Matisse, Picasso, Miró, and many
others. Through these and her own paintings, she taught him ideas about color
and design and eventually coached him on his earliest paintings. These childhood
experiences lead him to pursue a B.A. in Fine Art and Philosophy. Becoming a
parent was, for Joel, another way of looking at art in the world. As a young child
himself, he made many of his own toys. As a father, he began making toys for his
young twins. He began to see that a beautiful, minimal, well-crafted object allowed
his children to use and develop their own imaginations, rather than having an
object tell them how they must play with it. Moved by his children's interaction with
art, Joel began documenting these crafts on his blog, Made By Joel. Creating art
for children, and for the child in everyone, is a powerful thing. Joel lives with his
wife and three-year-old twins in Portland, Oregon. See more of his crafts at
www.madebyjoel.com, and see more of his art at www.joelhenriques.com.
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978-1-59030-471-6 4/08
Blake/TR
Handmade Home/Soule, Amanda Blake/TR 978-1-59030-595-9 8/09
August
Wee Wonderfuls/Hilary Lang/HC
9781584798583
2010
Make These Toys/Heather Swain/TR
9780399535918 July 2010
Kid Made Modern/Todd Oldham/HC
9781934429365 2009
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The Best Buddhist Writing 2011
Edited by Melvin McLeod and the editors of the
Shambhala Sun
An eclectic and thought-provoking collecion of Buddhist and
Buddhist-inspired writings on a wide range of issues published in North
America during 2010.
This latest edition in The Best Buddhist Writing series is a thoughtful, inspiring
collection of writings from a Buddhist perspecive. Selected by the editors of the
Shambhala Sun, North America's leading Buddhist-inspired magazine, this
anthology offers an entertaining mix of writing styles and reflects on a wide range
of issues from a Buddhist point of view. The collection includes writings by Susan
Piver, Thich Nhat Hanh, Edward Espe Brown, Pico Iyer, Yongey Mingyur
Rinpoche, Karen Connelly, Noah Levine, Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel, Dzogchen
Ponlop, Jack Kornfield, Toni Bernhard, Joanna Macy, Matthieu Ricard, Karen
Miller, and the Dalai Lama.
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ON SALE 9/20/2011
SHAMBHALA
TRADE PAPERBACK
978-1-59030-933-9
$17.95/$20.50 Can.
BISAC Cat: Religion - Buddhism
Order Form Cat: RELIGION/EASTERN RELIGION
Page Count: 336
Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2
Carton Count: 28
Load Group: 0204
Series: A Shambhala Sun Book
Prod Type: Shambhala TR
Compelling writing by some of the best-known Buddhists today
Selected by the editors of the Shambhala Sun, which is a magazine that is read by
Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike, with a circulation of over 60,000.
Praise for previous editions of The Best Buddhist Writing:
"Depression, the true meanings of maturity and freedom, and many other facets of
existence are examined in light of the dharma in thirty-nine penetrating and
generous essays, some anecdotal, others deep inquiries into Buddhist teachings.
The curious, the novice, and the longtime Buddhist will all be nurtured by this
far-ranging anthology, the promising start to a welcome and significant addition to
the 'best' genre."--Booklist
"Anthologies can generate quarrels about who's in and who's left out, yet this one
provides a valuable cross-section of American Buddhist writers and merits
continuing annually."--Publishers Weekly
Marketing and Publicity
About the Author/Illustrator
Publicist: Jennifer Campaniolo
Advertising in Tricycle and Shambhala
Sun magazines
Author Residence: Halifax, Nova Scotia
MELVIN MCLEOD is the editor-in-chief of the Shambhala Sun and
Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He
is also the author of Mindful Politics: A Buddhist Guide to Making the World a
Better Place.
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Best Buddhist Writing 2010/Mcleod, Melvin/TR
Best Buddhist Writing 2009/Mcleod, Melvin/TR
Best Buddhist Writing 2008/Mcleod, Melvin/TR
Best Buddhist Writing 2007/Mcleod, Melvin/TR
Best Buddhist Writing 2006/Mcleod, Melvin/TR
Best Buddhist Writing 2004/Mcleod, Melvin/TR
ISBN
9780861712984
ISBN
978-1-59030-826-4
978-1-59030-734-2
978-1-59030-615-4
978-1-59030-497-6
978-1-59030-400-6
978-1-59030-189-0
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Beyond Happiness
The Zen Way to True Contentment
Ezra Bayda
A Zen teacher explains that true happiness can only be found by dropping
our ideas about happiness and learning to live fully and fearlessly in the
moment.
Many books have been published in recent years on happiness. Ezra Bayda, a
remarkably down-to-earth Zen teacher, believes that the happiness "boom" has
been largely a bust for readers. Why? Because it's precisely the pursuit of
happiness that keeps us trapped in cycles of dissatisfaction and suffering. Bayda
offers alternatives to achieve the deepest, most lasting form of happiness through
Zen insights and simple mindfulness practices.
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Happiness is not what you think it is: Most of us continually seek happiness in things
that are external to us. We imagine that getting more money, a better relationship, or
going on a nice vacation will finally make us happy. But Zen teacher Ezra Bayda shows
us that it is only by dropping our pursuit of happiness and learning to surrender to what
actually is--surrendering to the truth of our lived experience--that we can find the deepest
and most lasting form of happiness.
Bayda writes with exceptional clarity about Zen and its relevance to daily life.
Publishers Weekly has likened his writing to that of Pema Chödrön, author of the
best-selling book When Things Fall Apart.
Loaded with simple mindfulness practices that will help readers to put these insights
into action in their day lives. Practices include: the Three Questions (a tool for seeing
through our illusions about happiness), sitting meditation, gratitude practice, and
loving-kindness practice.
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EZRA BAYDA teaches at Zen Center San Diego. He is also the author of Being
Zen, At Home in the Muddy Water, Saying Yes to Life (Even the Hard Parts), and
Zen Heart.
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"With compassion and humor, Ezra
Bayda has graced us with ways to
accept what is and to reside in it
fearlessly, giving us a roadmap to
enduring happiness and
equanimity."--David Richo, PhD, author
of The Five Things We Cannot Change
"A wise and deep-hearted book, a
must-read for today's world."--Roshi
Joan Halifax, Upaya Zen Center
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Bayda:
"Bayda writes with exceptional clarity
and simplicity about the awakened life.
His style is as plain spoken as Pema
Chödrön's."--Publishers Weekly
"A beautifully simple reflection on what it
means to be, rather than to try to be."
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Rebel Buddha
On the Road to Freedom
Dzogchen Ponlop
This young Tibetan lama is calling on spiritual seekers, especially today's
youth, to go against the status quo of complacency and invoke the "rebel
buddha" within to wake up and instigate inner change. Ethan Nichtern,
author of One City: A Declaration of Interdependence, says that "Rinpoche's
voice roars with the relaxed confidence of authenticity, and the fierce
urgency of now."
Dzogchen Ponlop offers an extraordinary introduction to Buddhist philosophy
and practice. Extraordinary because it is both completely fresh in its viewpoint and
language, and because it's completely authentic to the Buddhist tradition and true
to his training as a Tibetan lama.
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"Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche shatters
old myths and sweeps away cultural
baggage, presenting the essence of the
Buddha's teachings in a fresh,
contemporary voice. With uncommon
clarity and authority, he offers a new
vision for the future of Buddhism that is
at once shocking and hopeful. This is a
small book with a big message that is
timely and important."--Pema Chödrön,
author of When Things Fall Apart
"Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche has a
remarkable ability to present the wisdom
of the Buddha's teachings in a manner
that is as fresh and accessible as it is
profound. This book is sure to provoke,
inspire, and move us one step closer to
creating a thoroughly modern approach
to spirituality."--Yongey Mingyur
Rinpoche, author of The Joy of Living
"A seminal work for the growth of
Buddhism in contemporary society.
Rinpoche's voice roars with the relaxed
confidence of authenticity, and the
fierce urgency of now."--Ethan Nichtern,
author of One City: A Declaration of
Interdependence
Buddhism for a new generation: At the core of the Buddhist tradition is a radical idea:
in order to understand reality, we need to let go of all our concepts about who we are and
how our world works. By explaining this revolutionary view--"Do not believe in anything
simply because you have heard it"--Dzogchen Ponlop (ZOGE-chen PUN-lop) has written
the book that will turn on a new generation to Buddhism. It uses their language and
makes Buddhism relevant to the world we live in now.
Rebel Buddha is inside us all: Not an esoteric concept, the rebel Buddha is native to us
all, a fundamental aspect of our mind--the agent of awakening. With the right perspective,
we need only to wake up to our innate wisdom (the rebel within), which is accessible
through meditation and contemplation. With this revolutionary view, says Dzogchen
Ponlop, we can resist the status quo of believing that the pain and confusion we
experience is real. We can awaken our inner rebel Buddha and experience life directly
and freshly.
Worldwide following: With a large following of students in their twenties and thirties,
and with groups in major cities in the U.S. and Canada, as well as Austria, Germany,
Hong Kong, and Taiwan, Dzogchen Ponlop has an international community of students.
He founded and runs Nalandabodhi.org, the umbrella website for the Nalandabodhi
network of meditation and study centers, and Nitartha Institute for Higher Buddhist
Studies, a program for in-depth studies of Tibetan Buddhist traditions. He travels and
teaches in North America, Europe, Taiwan, and Hong Kong year-round.
"This book does a wonderful job of bringing the Buddha's teachings to all of us
here in the West. Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche has great insights into the workings
of our minds, guiding us from delusion to clarity."--Sharon Salzberg, author of
Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience
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THE DZOGCHEN PONLOP RINPOCHE (born in 1965) is one of the foremost
scholars and meditation masters of his generation in the Nyingma and Kagyu
schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is known for his sharp intellect, humor, and the
lucidity of his teaching style. Fluent in the English language and well-versed in
Western culture and technology, he is also an accomplished calligrapher, artist,
and poet. Dzogchen Ponlop is a prolific teacher and author. His teachings have
been widely published in Bodhi Magazine and other venues. Rinpoche has
dedicated himself to the preservation of traditional Buddhist traditions in the East
and to supporting a genuine transmission of Buddhism to the West.
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Daring to Trust
Opening Ourselves to Real Love and Intimacy
David Richo
The best-selling author of How to Be an Adult in Relationships explains how
to build trust--the essential ingredient in successful relationships--despite
our fears or past betrayals.
In this book, Richo explores the importance of trust throughout our emotional
lives: how it develops in childhood and how it becomes an essential ingredient in
healthy adult relationships. He emphasizes that developing trust in others begins
by developing true trust in ourselves--in our feelings, our body, and in our inner
voice--and he offers practical exercises for exploring and enhancing our sense of
trust.
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Trust is the key: Drawing on decades of experience as a therapist, David Richo asserts
that all relationship problems are essentially trust problems. In this book, he explains how
to develop trust, even in the aftermath of disappointments and betrayals. Trust--both in
ourselves and in others--he explains, is the essential ingredient in all successful
relationships, as well as in our emotional well-being as a whole.
In order to trust others, we must learn to trust ourselves: Richo explains that we
cannot trust others until we establish real trust in ourselves. He offers guidance in
developing greater trust in our feelings; our intuitions or inner voice; and our body, which
can tell us a lot about ourselves and others if we can learn to "listen" to it.
An author with a strong track record: David Richo's self-help titles have enjoyed
cumulative sales of more than 150,000 copies.
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Author Residence: Santa Barbara and San Francisco, CA
DAVID RICHO, PhD, is a psychotherapist, teacher, and writer who is known for
drawing on Buddhist thought, poetry, and Jungian perspectives. He is the author
of How to Be an Adult in Relationships and The Five Things We Cannot Change.
He lives in Santa Barbara and San Francisco, California.
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"Combining profound insights and
practical techniques, this important new
book walks us step-by-step through our
trust issues and, in so doing, opens the
gate held shut by our deepest fears so
that we can finally, fearlessly, love and
be loved."--Susan Piver, author of The
Wisdom of a Broken Heart
"Beautifully wise, straightforward, and
helpful."--Jack Kornfield, author of The
Wise Heart
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Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind
Shunryu Suzuki
Afterword by David Chadwick.
The best seller and perennial classic by one of the great Zen Buddhist
masters, presented in a beautiful fortieth anniversary hardcover edition,
featuring a new afterword.
In the forty years since its original publication, Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind has
become one of the great modern Zen classics, much beloved, much reread, and
much recommended as the best first book to read on Zen. Suzuki Roshi presents
the basics--from the details of posture and breathing in zazen to the perception of
nonduality--in a way that is not only remarkably clear, but that also resonates with
the joy of insight from the first to the last page. It's a book to come back to time
and time again as an inspiration to practice and it is now available to a new
generation of seekers in this fortieth anniversary edition, with a new afterword
from David Chadwick.
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An enduring classic: Since its first publication forty years ago, Zen Mind, Beginner's
Mind has become the most beloved of all Zen books ever published in
America--consulted by beginners and experienced students alike.
Transcends a strictly Buddhist audience: Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind is read by people
from a range of spiritual traditions--it was listed among the "Best Spiritual Books of the
20th Century" by Philip Zaleski of the Best Spiritual Writing series.
Fortieth anniversary: This fortieth anniversary edition features a new afterword from
David Chadwick, author of Crooked Cucumber, the biography of Shunryu Suzuki. Also
included is a special letterpress card with calligraphy by Shunryu Suzuki that translates
as "beginner's mind." This edition comes in an attractive slipcase.
"One of the best, and most succinct, introductions to Zen practice."--Library
Journal
"[This] is a different book every time I read it. Behind the simplicity, it is dense with
Zen wisdom that flashes like lightning as you read and reread."--Jon Lebkowsky,
Millennium Whole Earth Catalog
"This is one of the top five Buddhist books, ever."--Elephant
About the Author/Illustrator
SHUNRYU SUZUKI (1904-1971) was one of the most influential spiritual teachers
of the twentieth century and is truly a founding father of Zen in America. A
Japanese priest of the Soto lineage, he taught in the United States from 1959 until
his death. He was the founder of the San Francisco Zen Center and the Tassajara
Zen Mountain Center. He is the author of Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind and
Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness: Zen Talks on the Sandokai, and he is
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Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind
BACKLIST
Shunryu Suzuki; Afterword by David Chadwick
Reading line: Informal talks on Zen meditation and practice.
The best seller and perennial classic by one of the great Zen Buddhist
masters, presented in a beautiful paperback edition, featuring a new
afterword.
In the forty years since its original publication, Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind has
become one of the great modern Zen classics, much beloved, much reread, and
much recommended as the best first book to read on Zen. Suzuki Roshi presents
the basics--from the details of posture and breathing in zazen to the perception of
nonduality--in a way that is not only remarkably clear, but that also resonates with
the joy of insight from the first to the last page. It's a book to come back to time
and time again as an inspiration to practice and it is now available to a new
generation of seekers in this updated edition, with a new afterword from David
Chadwick.
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An enduring classic: Since its first publication forty years ago, Zen Mind, Beginner's
Mind has become the most beloved of all Zen books ever published in
America--consulted by beginners and experienced students alike.
Transcends a strictly Buddhist audience: Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind is read by people
from a range of spiritual traditions--it was listed among the "Best Spiritual Books of the
20th Century" by Philip Zaleski of the Best Spiritual Writing series.
Updated edition: This updated edition features a new cover design with gatefolds and a
new afterword from David Chadwick, author of Crooked Cucumber, the biography of
Shunryu Suzuki.
"One of the best, and most succinct, introductions to Zen practice."--Library
Journal
"[This] is a different book every time I read it. Behind the simplicity, it is dense with
Zen wisdom that flashes like lightning as you read and reread."--Jon Lebkowskyl,
Millennium Whole Earth Catalog
"This is one of the top five Buddhist books, ever."--Elephant
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SHUNRYU SUZUKI (1904-1971) was one of the most influential spiritual teachers
of the twentieth century and is truly a founding father of Zen in America. A
Japanese priest of the Soto lineage, he taught in the United States from 1959 until
his death. He was the founder of the San Francisco Zen Center and the Tassajara
Zen Mountain Center. He is the author of Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind and
Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness: Zen Talks on the Sandokai, and he is
the subject of the biography Crooked Cucumber by David Chadwick.
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The Krishnamurti Reader
J. Krishnamurti
A treasury of short teachings on the art of living--from one of the greatest
spiritual teachers of the twentieth century.
J. Krishnamurti was one of the most influential spiritual figures of the twentieth
century. With great insight and immediacy, these teachings explore what
Krishnamurti calls "the art of living." He addresses such topics as the way of life
without conflict; skill and clarity in action; living and dying; and meditation and the
sacred in daily life. This material comes together to create a little gem to be taken
to heart in living our lives simply and intelligently.
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Best-selling author: Krishnamurti is the author of over 40 books with total sales in the
millions. Among his previous books with Shambhala, Meditations and This Light in
Oneself have sold over 70,000 and 24,000 copies respectively.
A celebration of life: "The greatest art is the art of living, greater than all the things that
human beings have created by mind or hand." In this book, Krishnamurti explores what it
means to live a full and whole life with his characteristic engagement and candor.
Meditations (1995, 1999) sold over 57,000 copies in the Shambhala Pocket Classics
edition. Readers who love Krishnamurti's work will be thrilled to have fresh material, and
it will provide new readers with an accessible introduction to his work.
"Krishnamurti is one of the greatest philosophers of the age."--His Holiness the
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"Few modern thinkers have integrated psychology, philosophy, and religion so
seamlessly as Krishnamurti."--Publishers Weekly
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JIDDU KRISHNAMURTI (1895-1986) was one of the most influential spiritual
teachers of the twentieth century. He traveled and lectured throughout the world
until his death at the age of ninety. His talks and works are preserved in more than
seventy books.
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True Love
A Practice for Awakening the Heart
Thich Nhat Hanh, translated by Sherab Chodzin Kohn
The renowned Zen monk and best-selling author explains what real love is
and how we can experience it in our daily lives, for readers of any faith.
In this little treasure, Thich Nhat Hanh offers us a Buddhist view of love along
with techniques for manifesting it in our daily lives. In his characteristically direct,
simple, and sweet style, he explores the four key aspects of love as described in
the Buddhist tradition: loving-kindness, compassion, joy, and freedom.
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The best-selling author on a topic of broad appeal: Thich Nhat Hanh's previous books
have together sold well over a million copies. Here he writes on a more widely appealing
topic than many of his recent books.
Simple and warm style: Thich Nhat Hanh is known and loved for his simple, gentle,
kind-hearted teaching style. He offers timeless Buddhist wisdom without technical terms
or difficult concepts--in a way that readers of any background can understand and put to
use.
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Peace Prize by Martin Luther King Jr. He is the author of numerous books
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He has founded monastic communities in France, Vermont, and California, and
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Your True Home
The Everyday Wisdom of Thich Nhat Hanh
Thich Nhat Hanh; Edited by Melvin McLeod
365 days of practical, powerful teachings from the beloved Zen teacher
Thich Nhat Hanh.
Inspiring, joyful, and deeply insightful--this book offers daily contemplations
and words of wisdom from one of today's most important spiritual teachers. Thich
Nhat Hanh is, with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the best-known Buddhist teacher
in the world, and his teachings have touched millions. These powerful and
transformative words of wisdom, drawn from the works of this best-selling and
prolific author, touch all aspects of our lives, from the personal to the global, and
reflect the great themes of Thich Nhat Hanh's teachings: how the practice of
mindfulness brings joy and insight into every moment of our lives; how to
transcend fear and other negative emotions; how to transform our relationships
through love, presence, and deep listening; and how to practice peace for our
world.
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Daily inspiration: This is the first book by Thich Nhat Hanh that offers daily quotes.
These short, memorable teachings drawn from his complete works are vivid reminders to
live more fully in the present moment.
Best-selling, beloved author: Thich Nhat Hanh has touched millions of readers with his
kindhearted, generous teaching style that is accessibe to readers from any background.
Praise for Thich Nhat Hanh:
"Thich Nhat Hanh shows us the connection between personal inner peace and
peace on earth."--His Holiness the Dalai Lama
"Thich Nhat Hanh writes with the voice of the Buddha."--Sogyal Rinpoche, author
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Author Residence: France
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including the best-selling Peace Is Every Step and The Miracle of Mindfulness.
He is the leader of monastic communities in New York, California, France,
Germany, Hong Kong, and Vietnam, and his teachings inspire several hundred
local groups of lay practitioners across the United States, Latin America, Europe,
Africa, Asia, and Oceania.
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Jamgon Mipam
His Life and Teachings
Jamgon Mipam and Douglas Duckworth
An essential overview of the life and teachings of the revered Tibetan
teacher Mipam Rinpoche.
The perfect introduction to the nineteenth-century Tibetan master Mipam
Rinpoche. In three parts this book presents biographical and historical information,
an overview of Mipam Rinpoche's writings and contributions to Buddhism, and
important citations from his work.
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Mipam Rinpoche made approachable: Other books that have been published by
Mipam Rinpoche are quite scholarly and complex. This volume provides an overview that
serves as a guide through all the fields his writings cover.
Repected academic author: Douglas Duckworth is one of the top scholars in the field of
Buddhist studies and his extensive knowledge gives this volume great academic appeal.
Broad appeal of Mipam Rinpoche: Mipam Rinpoche is read and respected by students
of all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. Many of the major living teachers in the Tibetan
Buddhist tradition trace their lineage of teaching to him and he is a key figure of study.
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JAMGÖN MIPAM (1846-1912) was one of the great luminaries of Tibetan
Buddhism in modern times. He had a dominant and vitalizing influence on the
Nyingma school and beyond. A scholar of outstanding brilliance and versatility, his
translated works are eagerly anticipated by English-language readers. DOUGLAS
DUCKWORTH is one of the leading Mipam scholars with a PhD from the
University of Virginia. Fluent in Tibetan, Chinese, and Sanskrit, he has worked as
a consulting editor on two of the translations into English of Mipam's
commentaries, and has published a book on Mipam Rinpoche by State University
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A Torch Lighting the Way to Freedom
Complete Instructions on the Preliminary Practices
Dudjom Rinpoche, Jigdrel Yeshe Dorje; Translated
by the Padmakara Translation Group
Teachings on the foundational practices of Tibetan Buddhism by a
renowned and beloved master.
In this book, Dudjom Rinpoche explains a key text attributed to
Padmasambhava, the great Indian meditation master credited with bringing the
Buddha's teachings to Tibet. The instructions here are clear, direct, and personal,
illuminating the heart of Vajrayana Buddhist practice and philosophy. Included is
the root text ("The Heart Essence of the Dakini") by Padmasambhava and the
commentary by Dudjom Rinpoche. Of interest to practitioners of all schools of
Tibetan Buddhism.
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Practices performed by all schools of Tibetan Buddhism: The general preliminaries,
or ngondro practices, are the foundational practices for all Vajrayana Buddhists of the
Tibetan lineages. These teachings are relevant to everyone, whether they are embarking
on an exploration of this tradition or very experienced. These practices are central to the
student's lifelong journey.
Dudjom Rinpoche was a renowned and respected teacher: The author was a revered
and beloved scholar and meditation master, also head of one of the principal four
lineages of Tibetan Buddhism.
Teachings from Padmasambhava, founder of Tibetan Buddhism: The "Heart
Essence of the Dakini," or Khandro Nyingtik, as it is known by Tibetans, is a core
teaching text attributed to Padmasambhava, the eighth-century meditation master and
performer of miracles who established Buddhism in Tibet.
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in bringing Buddhism to people in Europe, North America, and other parts of Asia.
He founded a teaching and meditation center in Dordogne, France, in 1980, where
he lived until his death in 1987. This is one of the few volumes of teachings by this
legendary master to become available in English. It features commentary on one
of the most famous and useful teachings from the great historical meditation
master, Padmasambhava (eighth century).
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Essential Gnostic Scriptures
Marvin Meyer and Willis Barnstone
Reading line: Texts of luminous wisdom from the ancient and medieval
worlds--including the Gospels of Thomas, Judas, and Mary Magdalene.
Poetic, accessible new translations of the most essential gnostic texts--a
brilliant collaboration by a world-renowned poet and a prominent scholar of
early Christianity.
This collection provides fresh, new translations of some of the most popular
and beautiful Gnostic texts, with an eye to presenting them as literature, with full
appreciation of the aesthetic sense of the original languages of Greek, Latin,
Coptic, and Arabic.
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Who's afraid of Gnosticism?: Unlike previous other Gnostic collections, this one is
marvelously accessible--a translation made to appeal to the general reader, translated
with a deep understanding of the texts' literary beauty.
The most famous Gnostic texts plus wonderful surprises: Included in the book are
fresh translations of such best sellers as the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Mary
Magdalene as well as fascinating lesser-known works.
Includes the best-selling Gospel of Judas: The collection includes the first accessible
translation of the entire Gospel of Judas, which was a best seller in its academic
translation (National Geographic Society, 2006).
Praise for the translators' Gnostic Bible:
"An important sampler of relatively unknown spiritual literature."--Library Journal
"May well be the most comprehensive collection of Gnostic materials ever
gathered into one volume. A valuable resource."--Publishers Weekly
"An enormously rich collection of sources--a wonderful achievement!"--Elaine
Pagels, author of Beyond Belief
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Author Residence: Barnstone: Oakland, CA; Meyer:
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WILLIS BARNSTONE, PhD, is former Professor of Greek at Colgate University.
He is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, where he is also a
member of the Institute of Biblical and Literary Studies. His many books include
The Poetics of Translation, The Other Bible, and The New Covenant. MARVIN
MEYER, PhD, is Griset Professor of Bible and Christian Studies at Chapman
University in Orange, California, and is one of the foremost scholars of Coptic and
Gnostic studies at work today. He is the author or translator of numerous books,
including The Gospel of Thomas, Secret Gospels, Jesus Then and Now.
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The Listening Book
Discovering Your Own Music
W. A. Mathieu
A reissue with a new cover of an inspiring and practical guide to listening to
and making music--from the author of Bridge of Waves.
The Listening Book is about rediscovering the power of listening as an
instrument of self-discovery and personal transformation. By exploring our
capacity for listening to sounds and for making music, we can awaken and release
our full creative powers. Mathieu offers suggestions and encouragement on many
aspects of music-making, and provides playful exercises to help readers
appreciate the connection between sound, music, and everyday life.
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Unique: The only book to do for musicians and music-lovers what Natalie Goldberg's
Writing Down the Bones does for writers.
Audience: Musicians, music-lovers, music teachers, aspiring musicians, and people who
think they aren't musical.
Beloved author: W. A. Mathieu's three books on music are beloved cult classics with
devoted followings: The Listening Book (Shambhala, 1991) has sold 26,000 copies; and
The Musical Life (Shambhala, 1995) has sold 8,500. His Harmonic Experience (Inner
Traditions, 1997) is a serious work of music theory that has crossed over to have popular
appeal--it regularly sells 1,000 copies per year, and it's a 600-page, $50.00 hardcover.
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WILLIAM "ALLAUDIN" MATHIEU is a composer and musician whose long and
colorful career ranges from his early days as an arranger for the Stan Kenton
Band to his work composing for the Second City troupe to his numerous
recordings on the Wyndham Hill label in the 1980s, and who now records on his
own label, Cold Mountain Music. He is the author of The Listening Book, The
Musical Life and Harmonic Experience: Tonal Harmony from Its Natural Origins to
Its Modern Expression.
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"A wise and loving owner's manual for
anybody who has ears. Mathieu offers a
rare opportunity to rediscover a rich and
often neglected channel that links our
inner self with the world."--Keyboard
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"A practical and in-depth guide to the
vastness of the mysticism of sound. It is
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humorous, loving, and confrontational--it
is filled with the child's curiosity and it is
filled with love for life--and it is
contagious."--The Sound
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The Power of an Open Question
The Buddha's Path to Freedom
Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel; Foreword by Dzigar
Kongtrul
Shows how contemplating the mysteries on the Buddhist path, without
expections, leads to the most powerful spiritual insights--by a fresh new
voice in Western Buddhism.
By telling the story of the Buddha's awakening, Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel
shows us that by contemplating hard questions, and by not simply rejecting
seeming contradictions in his experience, the Buddha became enlightened. She
shows how this method can lead spiritual seekers to their own answers today.
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"Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel has written a
bold, playful, and invigorating book
about the Buddha's most important and
subtle teachings--the teachings on
emptiness. As we read, we walk with
her through the world of experience,
looking clearly without reaching
conclusions. We understand emptiness
as a continuous discovery; we see life
full of possibility for liberation. The
Power of an Open Question is an
important contribution to Buddhist
literature of our time."--Pema Chödrön,
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"The reader can harvest the fruit of
Elizabeth Namgyel's mature
humility."--Dzongsar Khyentse, author
of What Makes You Not a Buddhist
Contemplating difficult questions leads to powerful answers: This book poses tough
questions: What causes human suffering? Where is the self? How do we get beyond
"us-and-them" ways of thinking? By inviting us to be curious about our personal
experience and to trust our insights, she guides us on a spiritually enriching journey of
contemplation that could last a lifetime. This book is both relentless and full of humor in
its enthusiastic examination of the big questions.
Strong new American voice: Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel speaks with the authority of her
training in traditional Tibetan Buddhism. Her language is friendly and inviting, and her
approach is completely accessible. In this encouraging book, she invites us on a journey
of inquiry that reaches Buddhists at all levels of experience.
Author is uniquely positioned: As the wife of Tibetan lama and author Dzigar Kongtrul,
one of the most respected Tibetan lamas in North America, Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel's
reputation as a strong practitioner and helpful teacher are well established. Trained as a
teacher in her own right, she understands the challenges of Western people who want to
commit to the Buddhist path--and have a family, a career, and a home life.
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Author Residence: Crestone, CO
ELIZABETH MATTIS-NAMGYEL is the wife of Tibetan Buddhist master Dzigar
Kongtrul Rinpoche (It's Up to You and Light Comes Through), and the editor of his
two books. She has studied and practiced in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for 25
years under the guidance of her teacher and husband. She was his first Western
student and she's been intimately involved with establishing the Buddhist group
Mangala Shri Bhuti. She is now a Buddhist teacher and has taught weekend
retreats in the U.S. and throughout Europe. A documentary film about her life was
released in Summer 2010. She speaks and reads Tibetan, and she's completed
years of solitary retreat. She's the leader and guide for practitioners in solitary
retreat at the retreat center she and her husband opened in Crestone, CO.
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Smile at Fear
A Retreat with Pema Chodron on Discovering Your
Radiant Self-Confidence
Pema Chodron; Carolyn Rose Gimian
The best-selling author and beloved Buddhist nun shares her teacher
Chögyam Trungpa's instructions on discovering unconditional confidence.
We all have fears, but when we look closely at them, we discover that behind
each fear resides a basic fear of ourselves. We're afraid to look at our habitual
styles of thinking and behaving because we might not always like what we see.
Ironically it is this fear of honest self-reflection that keeps us trapped in patterns of
stress and discontentment. Here is a vision for moving beyond this most basic
fear to discover the innate bravery, trust, and joy that reside at the core of our
being.
In this recorded retreat, Pema Chödrön shares teachings inspired by the book
Smile at Fear, which was written by her teacher Chögyam Trungpa. Pema and
her teaching assistant, Carolyn Rose Gimian, also share practices they received
from Trungpa Rinpoche for courageously meeting ourselves in the present
moment, including:
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The Windhorse Practice: a three-step meditation on awakening confidence
Spiritual Warrior training for meeting life with courage and compassion
Meditation instruction for calming the mind and developing concentration
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A Buddhist dream team: Pema Chödrön and Chögyam Trungpa are two of Buddhism's
best-selling authors. This is the first time their teachings appear together, which makes
this program particularly appealing.
A transformational retreat in the comfort of your own home: Pema Chödrön's books
have sold over one million copies. However, her limited teaching schedule has left
readers hungry to hear Pema's voice. This recording allows listeners to "attend" Pema's
most recent retreat for a fraction of the price, and they can benefit from it without
rearranging their lives to attend the program.
"Pema Chödrön has a remarkable knack for making spiritual practices
simultaneously insightful and funny."--AudioFile
"Chögyam Trungpa's Smile at Fear teachings offer powerful dharma
encouragement to awaken our own fearless and wise heart."--Jack Kornfield
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PEMA CHÖDRÖN is an American Buddhist nun in the lineage of Chögyam
Trungpa. She is resident teacher at Gampo Abbey in Nova Scotia, the first
Tibetan monastery in North America established for Westerners. She is the author
of many books and audiobooks, including the best-selling When Things Fall Apart
and Don't Bite the Hook.
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Bringing Home the Dharma
Awakening Right Where You Are
Jack Kornfield; Foreword by Daniel Siegel, MD
One of America's most popular Buddhist teachers explains that we don't
have to look to the East for the secrets of awakening--the wisdom and peace
we seek is available right here, in our ordinary daily lives.
Many people seeking inner peace and self-cultivation look to the East for
inspiration and guidance. Author Jack Kornfield himself pursued rigorous training
in traditional Buddhist monasteries in Southeast Asia. Here he shares the fruits of
four decades of study and practice in the East and the West, highlighting one
essential insight: true wisdom is found nowhere else than right here in this very
moment, as we go about our daily lives. We need not travel to an ashram or a
meditation retreat--our households, relationships, and work lives give us profound
opportunities to awaken our buddha nature, our natural wisdom and
loving-kindness. In this book, Kornfield shares this and other key lessons he has
learned studying with some of the most revered Buddhist masters of the twentieth
century. Topics include: realizing our full potential, conscious parenting, common
obstacles to awakening, spirituality and sexuality, enlightened political action, and
much more.
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Kornfield's most definitive statement on spiritual growth and personal
transformation, forty years in the making. Kornfield has been a leading figure in
American Buddhism since the 1970s. He studied in Asia and in America with some of the
most revered Asian masters of the twentieth century, and he has played an important
role in the transplantation of Buddhism to the West, adapting traditional Buddhist practice
and insight for modern American life. Here he shares observations and understandings
gleaned from a lifetime of study and teaching.
One of the best-known American Buddhist teachers. A founder of the Insight
Meditation Society (one of the largest and most influential American schools of
Buddhism), Jack Kornfield is also a founder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in
Woodacre, California, and the author of numerous popular books including A Path with
Heart and Meditation for Beginners.
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Author Residence: Woodacre, California
JACK KORNFIELD trained as a Buddhist monk in the monasteries of Thailand,
India, and Burma, and he is one of the key teachers who have brought Buddhist
mindfulness practice to the West. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology and is the
cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and Spirit
Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. His books include A Path with
Heart; Teachings of the Buddha; After the Ecstasy, the Laundry; and The Wise
Heart.
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The Buddha Is Still Teaching
Contemporary Buddhist Wisdom
Edited by Jack Kornfield
A Buddhist "bible" for Western practitioners--a collection of teachings by a
new generation of Buddhist mentors.
This collection of teachings is a contemporary response to the successful
Teachings of the Buddha (Shambhala 1993, over 180,000 copies sold), and
includes an introduction by Jack Kornfield. This collection includes favorites from
many of the most highly regarded modern masters and teachers. The selections
are organized by content, in an order that presents the progression of Buddhist
practice from an experiential point of view.
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uninitiated."--ForeWord Reviews
The Buddha's teachings are alive and well: Following the success of Teachings of the
Buddha (Shambhala 1993, over 240,000 copies sold), this new collection represents the
Buddha's teachings as they are taught and practiced now in the West. Jack Kornfield's
selections of passages and quotes includes inspiring favorites from many of the most
highly regarded contemporary masters and teachers. The collection is organized by
content, presenting the progression of Buddhist practice from an experiential point of
view.
Broad audience: This compilation will be appealing to the same broad Buddhist
audience that continues to show interest in Jack Kornfield's work, and in general-interest
Buddhist books.
Respected author: Jack Kornfield is the best-known American Buddhist teacher. He
studied Buddhist meditation in Southeast Asia for many years before becoming
cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and Spirit Rock
Meditation Center in Woodacre, California.
Contributors include: Adyashanti, Lama Tsultrim Allione, Charlotte Joko Beck, Sylvia
Boorstein, Ajahn Chah, Pema Chödrön, the Dalai Lama, Ram Dass, Mark Epstein, Rick
Fields, Norman Fischer, Natalie Goldberg, Joseph Goldstein, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jon
Kabat-Zinn, Kalu Rinpoche, Roshi Philip Kapleau, Khandro Rinpoche, Dilgo Khyentse,
Jack Kornfield, Noah Levine, Stephen Levine, Joanna Macy, Sakyong Mipham, Toni
Packer, Sharon Salzberg, Gary Snyder, Sogyal Rinpoche, Ajahn Sumedho, Surya Das,
Suzuki Roshi, Tulku Thondup, Robert Thurman, Chögyam Trungpa, B. Alan Wallace,
Alan Watts.
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Author Residence: San Francisco Bay Area
JACK KORNFIELD trained as a Buddhist monk in the monasteries of Thailand,
India, and Burma. He is a founding teacher of the Insight Meditation Society in
Barre, Massachusetts, and Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California,
and has taught meditation internationally since 1974. His books include After the
Ecstasy, the Laundry; The Art of Forgiveness, Lovingkindness, and Peace;
Meditation for Beginners; and The Wise Heart.
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A Little Book of Love
Practical Advice on Bringing Happiness to Ourselves
and Our World
Moh Hardin
Teachings from the Buddhist tradition on opening the heart and deepening
relationships, written with unusual clarity, simplicity, and warmth--for
readers of any background.
This short, practical, and inspiring book presents Buddhist wisdom on love,
relationships, and finding true contentment in life. Buddhist teacher Moh Hardin
has a wonderfully direct and warm-hearted teaching style that will resonate with
readers of books by Pema Chödrön and Thich Nhat Hanh.
The book begins with a discussion about making friends with ourselves as the
basis for loving others, including a simple Buddhist practice for developing greater
self-acceptance and self-compassion. The book goes on to offer insights and
practices for deepening our intimate relationships and becoming more loving
parents.
Next, Hardin discusses love on a bigger scale, introducing the idea of becoming
a "bodhisattva warrior," or a person who seeks to live open-heartedly and ease
suffering in the world.
Topics include:
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An unusually readable and practical book from an up-and-coming voice in American
Buddhism. Moh Hardin is a beloved teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage, which
connects him with a large national network of meditation centers.
Presented in a small trim size and a gifty package, this book is perfect for Valentine's
Day promotions.
Author Residence: Halifax, Nova Scotia
MOH HARDIN is an acharya or senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist
lineage. The son of a Methodist minister, he graduated from Duke University with
a BA in music. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and teaches Buddhism and
meditation frequently in Canada and the U.S. This is his first book.
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The Reality of Being
The Fourth Way of Gurdjieff
Jeanne de Salzmann
An important new book on the spiritual philosophy of Gurdjieff--one of the
most influential spiritual teachers of the 20th century--by his closest student.
As the closest pupil of the charismatic spiritual master G. I. Gurdjieff
(1866-1949), Jeanne de Salzmann was charged with carrying on his teachings of
spiritual transformation. Known as the Fourth Way or "the Work," Gurdjieff's
system was based on teachings of the East that he adapted for modern life in the
West. Now, some twenty years after Mme. de Salzmann's death, the notebooks
that she filled with her insights over a forty-year period (and intended to publish)
have been translated and edited by a small group of her family and followers. The
result is this long-awaited guide to Gurdjieff's teaching, describing the routes to be
traveled and the landmarks encountered along the way.
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A major spiritual movement: George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff (1866-1949) was one of the
major spiritual masters of the twentieth century. His teachings--known as the Fourth Way
or the Work--were based on esoteric practices of the East that he adapted for modern life
in the West. Several books by and about Gurdjieff and his teachings have become
classics, including Meetings with Remarkable Men, Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson,
and In Search of the Miraculous by P. D. Ouspensky.
A seminal work from a key figure: Jeanne de Salzmann is widely recognized as
Gurdjieff's chosen successor, charged with carrying on his teachings, publishing his
writings, and establishing Gurdjieff centers worldwide. Since she was an important
teacher in her own right, this compilation of her insights and guidance will be eagerly
read by those interested in the Fourth Way.
Continued interest in Gurdjieff: As the last major work by a direct student of Gurdjieff,
this book is on a par in importance with the works of Gurdjieff himself, as well as his
famous proponent P. D. Ouspensky.
About the Author/Illustrator
JEANNE DE SALZMANN (1889-1990) was born in France and pursued a career
in music, dance, and theater. She met Gurdjieff in 1919 and became his closest
pupil. Before his death in 1949, Gurdjieff directed Mme. de Salzmann to continue
his work worldwide. She founded centers in New York, Paris, London, and
Caracas, Venezuela. Madame, as she was called with respect, was a highly
esteemed teacher in her own right, transmitting the Gurdjieff Work and especially
his "Movements," or sacred dances.
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PA R E N T I N G B O O K S
It’s a Jungle Out There!
I Love Dirt!
Playful Learning
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Right Here with You
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I N D E X O F T I T L E S A N D AU T H O R S
All Together Singing in the Kitchen, 4
Barnstone, Willis, 21
Bayda, Ezra, 11
Beauty Pure and Simple, 7
Best Buddhist Writing 2011, The, 10
Beyond Happiness, 11
Bringing Home the Dharma, 25
Buddha Is Still Teaching, The, 26
Chödrön, Pema, 24
Confidence Gap, The, 5
Daring to Trust, 13
de Salzmann, Jeanne, 28
Dorje, Jigdrel Yeshe, 20
Duckworth, Douglas, 19
Dudjom Rinpoche, 20
Essential Gnostic Scriptures, 21
Felder, Leonard, 6
Hanh, Thich Nhat, 17, 18
Hardin, Moh, 27
Harris, Russ, 5
Hayes, Steven, 5
Henriques, Joel, 8
Here I Am, 6
Jamgön Mipam, 19
Kongtrül, Dzigar, 23
Kornfield, Jack, 25, 26
Krishnamurti, J., 16
Krishnamurti Reader, The, 16
Listening Book, The, 22
Little Book of Love, A, 27
Ma, Kristen, 7
Made to Play!, 8
Mathieu, W. A., 22
Mattis-Namgyel, Elizabeth, 23
McLeod, Melvin, 10, 18
Meyer, Marvin, 21
Mipam, Jamgön, 19
Nields, Katryna, 4
Nields, Nerissa, 4
Padmakara Translation Group, The, 20
Ponlop, Dzogchen, 12
Power of an Open Question, The, 23
Reality of Being, The, 28
Rebel Buddha, 12
Richo, David, 13
Siegel, Daniel, 25
Smile at Fear, 24
Suzuki, Shunryu, 14, 15
Torch Lighting the Way to Freedom, A, 20
True Love, 17
Your True Home, 18
Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, 14, 15
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