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    Book Reviews - Winter 1993 Paid Member

    SELF AND LIBERATION: The Jung/Buddhism Dialogue Edited by Daniel Meckel and Robert L. MoorePaulist Press: New York, 1992. 338 pp., $19.95 (paper). Michele Martin AFTER DECADES of exchange, many Buddhist practitioners and an increasing number of psychologists agree that the two traditions can benefit one another. The ongoing question remains: How? Answers to this depend on a clear knowledge of each other's position. Within the lungian world, therapists such as lames Hillman and Clarissa Pinkola Estes are creatively questioning and reshaping their inheritance, which includes, however, Jung's often idiosyncratic writings about the East. This new volume brings together material that allows for a more precise understanding and evaluation of Jung's relation to what he understood Buddhism to be. More »
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    Buddha At The Box Office Paid Member

    Films like Kundun, Little Buddha, and The Cup have shown that Buddhism has box-office appeal. Now, a new crop of features and documentaries is poised for theatrical release, fresh from the first International Buddhist Film Festival, held last November at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (see www.ibff.org). Coinciding with a major exhibit, “The Circle of Bliss: Buddhist Meditational Art” (see page 102), the festival was organized by the Buddhist Film Society, a Berkeley, California-based not-for-profit set up to increase awareness of the Buddhist experience. More »
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    In the Pure Land Paid Member

    Buddha of Infinite LightD. T. SuzukiShambhala: Boston, 199896 pp., $16.95 (cloth) River of Fire, River of WaterAn Introduction to the Pure Land Tradition of Shin BuddhismTaitetsu UnnoDoubleday: New York, 1998272 pp., $12.00 (paper) OceanAn Introduction to Jodo-Shinshu Buddhism in AmericaKenneth K. TanakaWisdomOcean: Berkeley, 1997288 pp., $14.95 (paper) More »
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    Reviews Paid Member

    Transforming Problems into Happiness Lama Zopa Rinpoche Edited by Ailsa Cameron and Robina Courtin Wisdom Publications: Boston, 1993. 88 pp., $10.00 (paper). Steven D. Goodman Nobody likes to suffer, and that's probably why those with physical pains, mental problems, and spiritual crises are the target market for the recent outpouring of "how to overcome" books. And at first glance, Transforming Problems into Happiness might be regarded as belonging in that "how to overcome" genre. Indeed, the� More »
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    Art, Books, Music, Television Paid Member

    MARK EPSTEIN reviews The DALAI LAMA’s new book; GRETEL EHRLICH on the story of a nun who spent twelve years in a cave; KATE WHEELER reviews AYYA KHEMA’s autobiography; LEWIS RICHMOND on his book about work as spiritual practice. Also: KAY LARSON on Japanese art exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art; INTERVIEW with actor ERIC STOLTZ; CD roundup of music More »
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    Turning Japanese Paid Member

    DRAWING RESTRAINT #9 MATTHEW BARNEY, DIRECTOR IFC Films, 2006 More »