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Sandy Boucher



Sandy Boucher, MA, is an American teacher, author, and editor. She has spent more than thirty-five years studying, teaching, and writing about her experiences in Buddhism and feminism.

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A Complicated Burden

There was nothing Sandy Boucher could have done to prevent the tragedy. Yet decade after decade, she has carried the burden of guilt. This is a meditation on living with what cannot be undone.

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Hidden Spring: A Buddhist Woman Confronts Cancer

Hidden Spring is the first book to demonstrate in moment-to-moment detail how Buddhist meditation and practice can help us cope with the ordeal of life-threatening disease. In 1995, Sandy Boucher—a well-known Buddhist and feminist writer—was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer.

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Making Our Way: On Women and Buddhism

Grace Schireson, Christina Feldman, Rita Gross, and Lama Palden Drolma discuss how women are defining new roles as Buddhist leaders, teachers, and practitioners. Introduction by Sandy Boucher

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FindCenter Quotes ImageImagine a great net spread across the universe. Each juncture is a ‘being,’ and if we imagine that consciousness as a drop of dew, we can see that in each shining drop resides the reflection of every other drop on the net.

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Opening the Lotus: A Woman’s Guide to Buddhism

Part primer, part personal history, part guide to spiritual practice, this book opens the door to an understanding of Buddhist spirituality, which engages more and more Westerners as the millennium approaches.

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The Dance of Gender: A Woman’s Guide to American Buddhism

Author Sandy Boucher introduces the American Buddhist scene—its issues, weaknesses, and strengths—to women interested in taking up Buddhist practice.

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Turning The Wheel: American Women Creating the New Buddhism

Examines the influence of American Buddhist women on Buddhist spiritual practice and discusses current issues involving politics and family life.

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She Appears! Encounters with Kwan Yin, Goddess of Compassion

This gorgeous full-color book features over 30 works of original art accompanied by memoir and stories recounts experiences with Kwan Yin, the Celestial Bodhisattva of Compassion. This collection is lovingly compiled by Sandy Boucher.

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Dancing in the Dharma: The Life and Teachings of Ruth Denison

Ruth Denison was one of the great innovators in the early years of Buddhism in the West.

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Discovering Kwan Yin, Buddhist Goddess of Compassion: A Path Toward Clarity and Peace

Sandy Boucher, celebrated author of Opening the Lotus and Turning the Wheel, now offers North American readers their first opportunity to share in Kwan Yin's illuminating wisdom.

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