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Autism and Buddhist Practice: How Buddhism Can Help Autistic Adults Cultivate Wellbeing
Edited by: Chris Jarrell

Autism and Buddhist Practice, Chris Jarrell (editor)

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Author: Chris Jarrell (editor)
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781839971570
Publication Date: 2022

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This series of reflective accounts explores the benefits that Buddhist practice can bring for autistic individuals, and outlines how Dharma teachers, centre directors and meditation group leaders can help ensure sessions are truly autism sensitive.

Including a wide range of international contributors discussing aspects of their autistic experience and the impact of Buddhism on their lives, this is a thought-provoking and often moving portrayal of the intersect between the lived experience of autistic people and spiritual practice. The deeply personal accounts of the positive impact Buddhist practices have had on relationships, social interactions, sensory overload, mental health and wellbeing, provide an opportunity to find out more about both Buddhism and the support that it can offer to the autistic community through, for example, personal practice, parenting and special educational provision.

Autism and Buddhist Practice: How Buddhism Can Help Autistic Adults Cultivate Wellbeing, Chris Jarrell (editor), Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Paperback, 208 pages, $27.46

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