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A Buddhist psychology
This chapter is part of a volume which presents the personality and psychotherapeutic theories of all the major religions. Organized according to topics within modern psychology, the author looks at h...
A glimpse of Zen practice within the realm of countertransference
Two psychoanalysts reflect on how their practice of Zen has affected their work as psychotherapists. They focus particularly on the realm of "countertransference," a term used to designate when the p...
Albert Ellis and the Buddha : rational soul mates? a comparison of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) and Zen Buddhism
Although religion and psychology are generally conceived of as distinct domains, the theoretical underpinnings of certain psychological theories are inextricably related to religious ideology. This re...
Albert Ellis and the Buddha : rational soul mates? a comparison of rational emotive behaviour therapy (REBT) and Zen Buddhism
Several types of cognitive therapy in use in modern clinical psychology draw their inspiration from the Buddhist tradition. Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), created by cognitive therapy pione...
An East Asian perspective of mind-body
This paper addresses a need to re-examine the mind-body dualism established since Descartes. Descartes' dualism has been regarded by modern philosophers as an extremely insufficient solution to the pr...
Being present : experiential connections between Zen Buddhist practices and the grieving process
The Zen Buddhist contemplative tradition involves several meditation and instructional techniques that have strong phenomenological and theoretical connections with the experience of loss and the proc...
Buddhism and western psychology
Buddhism and Western Psychology represents one of the early volumes to contain reflections on the interface between Buddhism and psychology from a diverse and expert group of Western Buddhist s...
Buddhism beyond the bounds of belief
Physicist Arthur Zajonc offers a review of R. J. Brissenden's book Zen Buddhism and Modern Physics: Morality and Religion in the New Millennium. (Zach Rowinski 2004-06-04)
Chaos and the way of Zen : psychiatric nursing and the 'uncertainty principle'
The biological sciences have been dominated by 'classicist' science-predicated on the post-Enlightenment belief that a real world exists, which behaves according to notions of causality and consistenc...
EEG alpha blocking correlated with perception of inner light during Zen meditation
According to the experimental results and practitioners' subjective experience, we report some hypotheses that may account for meditative phenomena during the practice of Zen-Buddhism. Orthodox Zen-Bu...
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