Buddhadharma - The Practitioner's Quarterly - Summer 2004
Becoming an Arahant, Revolutionary Logic of Tonglen, Understanding Dogen, Five Pieces of Advice, Name your Poison, Pure Dharma, Chogyam Trungpa's Legacy.
Forum: Understanding Dogen: Taigen Dan Leighton, Bonnie Myotai Treace, Steven Heine and Norman Fisher help us penetrate Dogen's teachings.
Pure Dharma, Barefoot Dharma: To practice the dharma purely, B. Alan Wallace suggests that we have to walk barefoot before we can run - learning and practicing the fundamentals before we go on to more advanced techniques.
From Servants to Practitioners: Jan Willis
Breaking Life Down to Its Parts: Vipassana master U Pandita lays out the key elements on the path to becoming an arahant.
Are There Any Who Are Not Beginners?: Teachings by Dogen
In With the Bad Air, Out With the Good: Gehlek Rinpoche
Does No-Thought Mean No Thought?: Wing-shing Chan
In the Issue:
First Thoughts: A Community of Superhuman Beings; The Threshold; Shifu, Where's My Son?; Refuge Is Not Just Playing Nice; Five Pieces of Advice.
Dharma Classics: David Guy on Sitting: A Guide to Buddhist Meditation.
Readers' Exchange: Intoxicants
In Profile: Tsadra Foundation