Buried Rivers: A Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust
West Lake Books
October 15, 2018
6.0 X 0.72 X 9.0 inches | 1.04 pounds
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About the Author
Ellen Korman Mains was trained by the late Tibetan Buddhist meditation master, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and has taught and led meditation retreats in North America and Europe. A former instructor of the Japanese art of Kyudo (Zen Archery) at Naropa University, she is devoted to exploring the universality of spiritual principles and guiding individuals in cultivating compassionate self-awareness. Born and educated in Montreal, she spends the majority of her time in Boulder, Colorado, but travels frequently to Poland to engage with her personal family history while forging new friendships, teaching, and promoting dialog.
Richard Reoch has devoted his life to defending human rights, working for peace and protecting the environment. Born in Toronto, Canada, he was raised in a Buddhist family, eventually serving as the President of Shambhala, one of the largest Buddhist organizations in the world, from 2002 to 2015. He joined the International Secretariat of Amnesty International (1971-1993), becoming its global media chief (1980 - 1993). He then served as a trustee of The Rainforest Foundation (1996 - 2015). He continued his work for human rights and peace, engaging with organizations in Northern Ireland (1994 - 2009) and Sri Lanka (1995 - present). He is now a global advocate of cross-cultural communication and inter-faith understanding, speaking out on the rising tide of hatred and violence. In parallel with his life in public advocacy, he studied the Chinese classical arts of Tai Chi Chuan and Zhan Zhuang Chi Kung for 30 years with Master Lam Kam Chuen, trained as a practitioner of the Shiatsu system of energetic healing, and is the author of Dying Well: A Holistic Guide for the Dying and their Carers.