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Absorption: Human Nature and Buddhist Liberation <br> By: Johannes Bronkhurst
Absorption: Human Nature and Buddhist Liberation
By: Johannes Bronkhurst
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This book argues for the central role played by absorption in the functioning of the human mind. The importance of absorption makes itself felt in different ways; the two studies combined in this book concentrate on two of them. The first study, The Symbolic Mind, argues that, largely as a result of language acquisition, humans have two levels of cognition, which in normal circumstances are simultaneously active. Absorption is a (or the) means to circumvent some, perhaps all, of the associations that characterize one of these two levels of cognition, resulting in what is sometimes referred to as mystical experience, but which is not confined to mysticism and plays a role in various "religious" phenomena, and elsewhere. In the second study, The Psychology of the Buddha, Prof. Bronkhorst provides a theoretical context for the observation that absorption is a source of pleasure, grapples with Freud, and illustrates his observations through translations of ancient Buddhist texts from the Pali and Sanskrit languages along with his psychological commentary.
Art of Happiness, Teachings of Buddhist Psychology
By: Fryba, Mirko
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Here is an extraordinarily lucid and intelligent self-help book, inspired by the Abhidhamma, an ethical-psychological teaching presented in the body of ancient Buddhist scripture of the same name. Based on various techniques of Buddhist mind training, the Abhidamma represents the systematic knowledge of the Dharma, or "good teaching" - that is, the liberating, happiness-promoting way of life.
Authority of Experience: Essays on Buddhism and Psychology
By: Pickering
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Over the past few decades, Buddhism has deepened its presence in the West.  Therapists, scholars and scientists have now had extended contact with authentic teachings.  As a result, Buddhist teachings and practices are becoming integrated with those of Western psychology in  a more productive way.  At the same time, developments within and around science have open up the Western world view.
Awakening and Insight, Zen Buddhism and Psychotherapy
By: Young-Eisendrath and Shoji Muramoto, ed.
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Buddhism first came to the West many centuries ago through the Greeks, who also influenced some of the culture and practices of Indian Buddhism. As Buddhism has spread beyond India it has always been affected by the indigenous traditions of its new homes. When Buddhism appeared in America and Europe in the 1950s and 1960s it encountered contemporary psychology and psychotherapy, rather than religious traditions. Since the 1990s many efforts have been made by Westerners to analyse and integrate the similarities and differences between Buddhism and its therapeutic ancestors, particularly Jungian psychology.
Brilliant Sanity: Buddhist Approaches to Psychotherapy
Brilliant Sanity: Buddhist Approaches to Psychotherapy
By: Various
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From my first contact with Buddhism I realized it's virtual simpatico with the therapeutic process. Various elements in Buddhism rang a bell.The concept of immediacy as a form of dynamic transference; the self translating into the observing ego, and being receptive to induced feelings.I received the same psychological nutrients as I had in the most significant moments of therapeutic leverage.
Buddhism and Jungian Psychology
By: Marvin Spiegelman & Mokusen Miyuki
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A fascinating description and analysis of mystical states which make Buddhism meaningful for the Westerner. Includes a masterful analysis of the famous ox-herding pictures. A breakthrough book and a must-have for students of the Buddhist tradition. Beautifully illustrated.
Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Cultures, Essays on Theories and Practices By: Mark Unno, Editor
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As both Buddhism and psychotherapy have grown and diversified in Asia as well as in the West, so too has the literature dealing with their interaction. Today, Japan and the United States are the two largest psychotherapeutic cultures in the world, and this volume brings together seminal thinkers in both disciplines on both sides of the Pacific. Both Buddhism and psychotherapy are cultural institutions that evolved over time as their native cultures have evolved, as the configurations of the self have evolved, and as new cultures have assimilated them. And both have transformed the cultures in which they have evolved.
Buddhism on the Couch; From Analysis to Awakening
By: Caroline Brazier
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While psychotherapy often emphasizes the building of a strong sense of self, Buddhism on the Couch challenges this approach. Drawing from the core Buddhist concept of non-self, it features specific instruction and includes helpful exercises that show readers the way to transcend the limitations of one's identity.
Buddhist and Freudian Psychology
Buddhist and Freudian Psychology
By: Padmasiri de Silva
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The work presents in clear focus, comparative perspectives on the nature of man, mind, motivation, conflict, anxiety and suffering, as well as the therapeutic management of these problems, in both the writings of Sigmund Freud and the discourses of the Buddha. The nature of the instinct of sexuality, ego instinct and the death instinct in Freud are compared to parallel concepts in Buddhism.
Buddhist and Western Psychology
Buddhist and Western Psychology: Comparative Study
By: V. Nithiyanandam
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The main objective of this book is to examine of Buddhist influence on Western Psychological inter-pretations which differ in many ways. In the West, following from Freud to the present, a great deal of importance has been attached to development through childhood. In Buddhism, there is a greater important placed on death, since the law of cause and effect (kamma or action) determines how one moment conditions the next. Consequently, the moment of death is an area where it is difficult to separate the psychology from the religion. In Western psychology we can discover this with studies into the likelihood of those suffering child abuse growing up to become abusers themselves.
Buddhist Practice on Western Ground
Buddhist Practice on Western Ground, Reconciling Eastern Ideals and Western Psychology
By: Harvey Aronson
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This is the first book to offer Buddhist meditators a comprehensive and sympathetic examination of the differences between Asian and Western cultural and spiritual values. Harvey B. Aronson presents a constructive and practical assessment of common conflicts experiences by Westerners who look to Eastern spiritual traditions for guidance and support and find themselves confused or disappointed.
Buddhist Psychology
Buddhist Psychology: The Foundation of Buddhist Thought, Volume 3
By: Geshe Tashi Tsering
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Just as scientists observe and catalog the material world, Buddhists for centuries have been observing and cataloging the components of the human psyche. Addressing both the nature of the human mind and how humans know what they know, Buddhist psychology offers a rich and subtle knowledge of the inner experience. Here, Buddhism's unique, time-tested way of viewing the mind is explained so that followers of Tibetan Buddhism can understand their anger and aversion, and develop equanimity, patience, and love.
Buddhist Thought and Applied Psychological Research (Paperback)
By: D.K. Nauriyal, Michael S. Drummond, Y.B. Lal, editors
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The interface between Buddhist Studies and the uses of Buddhist principles and practices in psychotherapy and consciousness studies has attracted a growing interest from scholars and researchers of both Buddhism and psychology. This book examines the origins and expressions of Buddhist thought, and how it is now being utilized by psychologists and social scientists. The basic tenets of Buddhism and contemporary Buddhist-based empirical research in the psychological sciences are explained. Further emphasis is placed on current trends in the areas of clinical and cognitive psychology and on the Mahayana Buddhist understanding of consciousness with reference to certain developments in Consciousness Studies and Physics.
Buddhist Thought and Applied Psychological Research
By: D.K. Nauriyal, Michael S. Drummond, Y.B. Lal, editors
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The interface between Buddhist Studies and the uses of Buddhist principles and practices in psychotherapy and consciousness studies has attracted a growing interest from scholars and researchers of both Buddhism and psychology. This book examines the origins and expressions of Buddhist thought, and how it is now being utilized by psychologists and social scientists. The basic tenets of Buddhism and contemporary Buddhist-based empirical research in the psychological sciences are explained. Further emphasis is placed on current trends in the areas of clinical and cognitive psychology and on the Mahayana Buddhist understanding of consciousness with reference to certain developments in Consciousness Studies and Physics.
Call to Compassion, Bringing Buddhist Practices of the Heart into the Soul of Psychology
By: Aura Glaser
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Bringing Buddhist Practices of the Heart into the Soul of Psychology. Aura Glaser wrote this book to address an area that is virtually neglected in the field of psychology - the value and importance of compassion. Other books exploring Buddhism and psychology have focused on what the Theravada school of Buddhism, which teaches personal liberation, can offer psychology. A Call to Compassion works with Mahayana Buddhism, where practitioners commit to the liberation of all sentient beings, and compassion is central to attaining that goal.
Courage to Be Present: Buddhism, Psychotherapy, and the Awakening of Natural Wisdom
Courage to Be Present: Buddhism, Psychotherapy, and the Awakening of Natural Wisdom
By: Karen Kissel Wegela
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An in-depth guide to integrating Buddhist insights and practices into the work of psychotherapy.
For the growing number of professional counselors interested in meditation and Buddhist concepts, this book integrates the ideal of the bodhisattva--one who serves others selflessly with generosity, patience, and diligence--with the principles and ethics of the professional therapist. Her focus is on how counselors and psychotherapists can understand these inspiring qualities and attitudes--and how they can apply them in counseling and therapy.
Bringing together years of teaching psychology at the master's level and practicing psychotherapy with clients, along with thirty years of meditation experience, Dr. Wegela presents inspiring counsel on how to cultivate these qualities and bring them both into one's personal experience and into relationships with clients.
Destructive Emotions: How Can We Overcome Them?
By: Dalai Lama and Daniel Goleman
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An Extraordinary Collaboration Between Scholars and Western Psychologists, Neuroscientists, and Philosophers

Buddhist philosophy tells us that all personal happiness and interpersonal conflict lie in the "three poisons": craving, anger, and delusion. It also provides antidotes of astonishing psychological sophistication -- which are now being confirmed by modern neuroscience. With new high-tech devices, scientists can peer inside the brain centers that calm the inner storms of rage and fear. They also can demonstrate that awareness-training strategies such as meditation strengthen emotional stability and greatly enhance our positive moods.
Encountering Buddhism
Encountering Buddhism, Western Psychology and Buddhist Teachings
By: Segall, Seth Robert
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Western Psychology and Buddhist Teachings

Creatively exploring the points of confluence and conflict between Western psychology and Buddhist teachings, various scholars, researchers, and therapists struggle to integrate their diverse psychological orientations -- psychoanalytic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, transpersonal -- with their diverse Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist practices. By investigating the degree to which Buddhist insights are compatible with Western science and culture, they then consider what each philosophical/psychological system has to offer the other. The contributors reveal how Buddhism has changed the way they practice psychotherapy, choose their research topics, and conduct their personal lives.
Essence of Jung's Psychology
Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western & Eastern Paths to the Heart
By: Moacanin, Radmila
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In this expanded edition of her classic introduction, Radmila Moacanin takes us to the interface of Tibetan Buddhism and Jungian psychology. Emerging from radically different cultures, these two worldviews share strikingly parallel ideas and a common concern for what Jung called "the tremendous experiment of becoming conscious."
Feeling Buddha, A Buddhist Psychology of Character, Adversity and Passion
By: David Brazier
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This engaging introduction to Buddhism explains the Buddha's earliest teachings, and is a practical guide for how to live fully in today's stressful world. The Feeling Buddha is a lucid account of how the Buddha's path of wisdom and loving kindness grew out of the challenges he encountered in life.
Feeling Wisdom: Working with Emotions Using Buddhist Teachings and Western Psychology, Rob Preece
Feeling Wisdom: Working with Emotions Using Buddhist Teachings and Western Psychology
By: Rob Preece
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Working with Emotions Using Buddhist Teachings and Western Psychology.

Rob Preece charts a path through the emotions as they relate to Buddhist practice, showing that though emotions are indeed skandhas (elements that make up the illusory self) according to the Buddhist teaching, there is a good deal to be learned from these skandhas, and paying attention to their content contributes not only to psychological health but to deep insight into the nature of reality.
Going on Being
Going on Being: Life at the Crossroads of Buddhism and Psychotherapy
By Epstein, Mark
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Buddhism and the Way of Change
Going on Being is Epstein's memoir of his early years as a student of Buddhism and of how Buddhism shaped his approach to therapy, as well as a practical guide to how a Buddhist understanding of psychological problems makes change for the better possible. Going on Being is an intimate chronicle of the evolution of spirit and psyche, and a highly inviting guide for anyone seeking a new path and a new outlook on life.

Into the Mountain Stream
Into the Mountain Stream: Psychotherapy and Buddhist Experience
By: Paul Cooper (Editor)
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Pushed by an inner imperative to engage both Buddhist and psychoanalytic
practices wholeheartedly, the writers of these essays are on fire with their struggle
to articulate their lived experience of an as-yet-undelineated frontier of
embodied mind where psyche and spirit converge. The result is a splendid feast
of stories of people who have sought, with bone-deep courage and unflinching
honesty, to honor both their hearts and their intellect in their personal and professional
pursuit of truth.
Introduction to Buddhist Psychology
By: Padmasiri De Silva
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An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology is a lucid, intelligible and authentic introduction to the foundations of Buddhist psychology. It provides comprehensive coverage of the basic concepts and issues in the psychology of Buddhism and thus it deals with the nature of psychological inquiry, concepts of mind, consciousness and behaviour, motivation, emotions, perception, and the therapeutic structure of Buddhist psychology. For the fourth edition, a new chapter on 'emotional intelligence' and its relationship with Buddhism has been added.
Journey into Consciousness
By: Breaux, Charles
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"A Jungian therapist and a Tibetan lama perform a similar service for their respective clients and students. Both are veterans of the inner journey who guide us through the perils and pitfalls, if we cooperate, on our quest for healing, and wholeness." The author introduces the Tantric methods of Tibetan Buddhism and draws correlations between this practice and the teachings of Carl Jung. In a clear, concise style, Breaux points our how many psychological truths are woven into the fabric of the Tantric doctrine. The language of the tantric is visionary- abounding in symbols and metaphors produced spontaneously in the meditations of ancient yogis. At the heart of tantra is the experience of a divine power within the human being that can be awakened.
Lost Art of Compassion: Discovering the Practice of Happiness in the Meeting of Buddhism and Psychology
By: Lorne Ladner
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Modern culture has overlooked one of the most powerful inner resources for creating a life of happiness and contentment. With The Lost Art of Compassion, clinical psychologist and longtime Tibetan Buddhist practitioner Lorne Ladner rescues compassion from the margins and demonstrates its potential to transform our daily lives.
Mindful Therapy: A Guide for Therapists and Helping Professionals
By: Thomas Bien
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Mindful Therapy is a welcome addition to the literature for psychotherapists, occupational therapists, therapists-in-training, and other types of teachers. A highly readable balance of theoretical groundwork, personal experience, case studies, and practice exercises, the book offers ways to bring the teachings of Buddhism into a psychotherapeutic practice, and provides a thorough explanation of the benefits of doing so. Grounded in his understanding of Buddhist teachings, Tom Bien's suggestions are particularly valuable to beginning therapists or those still in training, offering ways that therapists can care for themselves amid the challenges of their practice.  
Mindfulness and Mental Health
By: Chris Mace
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Being mindful can help people feel calmer and more fully alive. Mindfulness and Mental Health examines other effects it can also have and presents a significant new model of how mindful awareness may influence different forms of mental suffering. The book assesses current understandings of what mindfulness is, what it leads to, and how and when it can help. It looks at the roots and significance of mindfulness in Buddhist psychology and at the strengths and limitations of recent scientific investigations.
Mindfulness in Early Buddhism: New Approaches Through Psychology and Textual Analysis of Pali, Chinese and Sanskrit Sources    By: Tse-fu Kuan
Mindfulness in Early Buddhism: New Approaches Through Psychology and Textual Analysis of Pali, Chinese and Sanskrit Sources
By: Tse-fu Kuan
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This book identifies what is meant by sati (smrti), usually translated as 'mindfulness', in early Buddhism, and examines its soteriological functions and its central role in the early Buddhist practice and philosophy. Using textual analysis and criticism, it takes new approaches to the subject through a comparative study of Buddhist texts in Pali, Chinese and Sanskrit. It also furnishes new perspectives on the ancient teaching by applying the findings in modern psychology. In contemporary Buddhism, the practice of mindfulness is zealously advocated by the Theravada tradition, which is the only early Buddhist school that still exists today.
Mixing Minds: The Power of Relationship in Psychoanalysis and Buddhism
Mixing Minds: The Power of Relationship in Psychoanalysis and Buddhism By: Pilar Jennings
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Mixing Minds explores the interpersonal relationships between psychoanalysts and their patients, and Buddhist teachers and their students. Through the author's own personal journey in both traditions, she sheds light on how these contrasting approaches to wellness affect our most intimate relationships. These dynamic relationships provide us with keen insight into the emotional ups and downs of our lives from fear and anxiety to love, compassion, and equanimity. Mixing Minds delves into the most intimate of relationships and shows us how these relationships are the key to the realization of our true selves.
Open to Desire: Embracing a Lust for Life
By: Mark Epstein
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It is common in both Buddhism and Freudian psychoanalysis to treat desire as the root of all suffering and problems, but psychiatrist Mark Epstein believes this to be a grave misunderstanding. In his defense of desire, he makes clear that it is the key to deepening intimacy with ourselves, one another, and our world. An enlightening tapestry of psychotherapeutic practice, contemporary case studies, Buddhist insight, and narratives as diverse as the Ramayana and Sufi parables, Open to Desire brings a refreshing new perspective to humanity's most paradoxical emotion.
Open to Desire: Embracing a Lust for Life, Insights from Buddhism & Psychotherapy
By: Mark Epstein
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It is common in both Buddhism and Freudian psychoanalysis to treat desire as the root of all suffering and problems, but psychiatrist Mark Epstein believes this to be a grave misunderstanding. In his defense of desire, he makes clear that it is the key to deepening intimacy with ourselves, one another, and our world. An enlightening tapestry of psychotherapeutic practice, contemporary case studies, Buddhist insight, and narratives as diverse as the Ramayana and Sufi parables, Open to Desire brings a refreshing new perspective to humanity's most paradoxical emotion.
Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An Unfolding Dialogue
By: Safran, Jeremy D.
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"What a wonderful book! Jeremy Safran has assembled an absolutely stellar group of writers and has himself contributed an illuminating introduction. The essays are riveting, one after another after another, and the book is the rare edited collection with real thematic unity. If you think you might have an interest in the intersection of psychoanalysis and Buddhism, this is the place to start. If you already know you're interested, once you look at the table of contents you'll find (at least I did) that you want to let Psychoanalysis and Buddhism displace whatever you were going to read next."
Psychology of Buddhist Tantra
Psychology of Buddhist Tantra
By: Rob Preece
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This book is unique in the way in which it explains the rich iconography of Tibetan Buddhism in relation to spiritual psychology and the exploration of our inner world. It is a door into the rich and profound symbolism of Tibetan sacred art. The author uses concepts from Western psychotherapy to bridge an understanding of the meaning and functions of these symbols.
Psychotherapy Without the Self
Psychotherapy Without the Self: A Buddhist Perspective
By: Mark Epstein
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Immersed in Buddhist psychology prior to studying Western psychiatry, Dr. Mark Epstein first viewed Western therapeutic approaches through the lens of the East. This posed something of a challenge. Although both systems promise liberation through self-awareness, the central tenet of Buddha's wisdom is the notion of no-self, while the central focus of Western psychotherapy is the self. This book, which includes writings from the past twenty-five years, wrestles with the complex relationship between Buddhism and psychotherapy and offers nuanced reflections on therapy, meditation, and psychological and spiritual development.
Sanity We Are Born With : A Buddhist Approach to Psychology
By: Chogyam Trungpa
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Buddhist psychology teaches that all of us are born with "basic sanity,"  described by Chogyam Trungpa as basic goodness, healthiness, and wakefulness. Helping ourselves and others to contact this ground of sanity and health is the subject of this book.
Self and No-Self
Self and No-Self: Continuing the Dialogue Between Buddhism and Psychotherapy
Edited by Dale Mathers, Melvin E. Miller, Osamu Ando
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This collection explores the growing interface between Eastern and Western concepts of what it is to be human from analytical psychology, psychoanalytic and Buddhist perspectives. The relationship between these different approaches has been discussed for decades, with each discipline inviting its followers to explore the depths of the psyche and confront the sometimes difficult psychological experiences that can emerge during any in-depth exploration of mental processes.
Thoughts Without a Thinker
By: Epstein Mark
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Psychotherapy from a Buddhist Perspective
Thoughts without a Thinker is a major contribution to the exploration of discussion about how Eastern spirituality can enhance Western psychology.
Unlearning the Basics: A New Approach to the Buddhist Path
Unlearning the Basics: A New Approach to the Buddhist Path
Rishi Sativihara
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In fresh and inviting language, making frequent use of strikingly clear diagrams and illustrations, Unlearning the Basics challenges many our commonsense understandings of who we are, of what the mind is, of the relationship of the self to the world.
Unlimiting Mind: The Radically Experiential Psychology of Buddhism
Unlimiting Mind: The Radically Experiential Psychology of Buddhism
By: Andrew Olendzki
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Grounded in deep scholarship, psychological sophistication, and decades of teaching and personal practice, this much-anticipated collection of essays helps readers gain a richer understanding of Buddhism. Arranged thematically, the pieces in On Becoming the Dharma explore important, challenging concepts that underlie the Buddhist teachings — karma, self and no-self, interconnection, and interdependence. Each brief chapter stands alone as a sparklingly appealing presentation of a particular idea, and as a whole the book comprises one of the best overviews available of the concepts that underlie the Buddhist worldview. Sophisticated without being daunting, clean and clear without becoming simplistic, Andrew Olendzki’s writing is filled with rich phrases, remarkable images, and the fruits of much careful thought.
Wisdom of Imperfection: The Challenge of Individuation in Buddhist Life
By: Rob Preece
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If you have been practicing Buddhism for a while, why do you still have problems? And how do you balance the (apparently) sometimes different needs of spiritual and psychological perspectives? This wonderful book fills a hitherto unmet need among Buddhists.Psychotherapist and meditation teacher Rob Preece draws on his eighteen years as a psychotherapist and many years as a meditation teacher to explore and map the psychological influences on our struggle to awaken. Acceptance of imperfection, for both psychological and spiritual health, is key.

Wise Heart
Wise Heart: A Guide to the Universal Teachings of Buddhist Psychology
By: Jack Kornfield
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You have within you unlimited capacities for love, for joy, for communion with life, and for unshakable freedom—and here is how to awaken them. In The Wise Heart, one of the leading spiritual teachers of our time offers the most accessible and illuminating guide to Buddhism’s transformational psychology ever published in the West.
Yogacara Buddhism And Modern Psychology<br> By: Tao Jiang
Yogacara Buddhism And Modern Psychology
By: Tao Jiang
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Yogacara Buddhism And Modern Psychology
By: Tao Jiang