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Inside the July 2013 Shambhala Sun magazine:
In "For Love of Nature," Andrea Miller talks to famed primatologist and anthropologist JANE GOODALL about animals, spirituality, and compassion.
Body was 375 pounds. IRA SUKRUNGRUANG bares his soul about
their complicated relationship in "Body and Me, from our current issue.
What is your body? It’s less than we think. It’s far more than we know. It’s who we are but it’s not. Contemplate the deeper reality of the body with Buddhist
teacher NORMAN FISCHER.
In "The Great Reversal," SAKYONG MIPHAM discusses how to
be a bodhisattva.
"Getting Off the Emotional Rollercoaster"
year’s annual “What the Buddhists Teach” Omega Institute program,
co-presented by the Shambhala Sun Foundation, runs from July 19 to 21
and features Anyen Rinpoche, Polly Young-Eisendrath, and John Tarrant exploring emotions and how to work with them in everyday life.
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something for everyone in our special Shambhala Sun Spotlight pages.
Younger Buddhists of today navigate their way through the modern world informed
by a mix of Buddhist thought, creativity, and fierce individuality. The
Under 35 Project gathers and shares a diverse range of their voices. Share your voice!
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