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Foundations of clinical logagogy
The meaning of the term "logagogy" is elucidated, and logagogic practices are outlined in the history of medicine. It is shown how the traditional medicine of India, Ayurveda, shows signs of logagogic...
Buddhist conceptualization and treatment of anger
From the Buddhist point of view, anger is a form of suffering-because the angry individual suffers as well as his or her victims. In the traditional Buddhist view, suffering is caused by three mental ...
Current therapies and the ancient East
Current therapies, their theories and techniques ebb and flow in popularity, but there is a residue of basic principles and practices which remain. Much of this useful residue has been present in anci...
Two Asian psychologies and their implications for Western psychotherapists
In the past, mainstream Western mental health professionals tended to ignore or dismiss Asian psychologies. However, in recent years they have attracted increasing attention and growing evidence sugge...
Five manifestations of the Buddha in the West : a brief history
This chapter of Psychology and Buddhism: From Individual to Global Community seeks to order and examine psychotherapeutic literature that has been influenced by the Buddhist tradition. The auth...
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...
The role of religion and spirituality in community building
This chapter of the book Psychology and Buddhism: From Individual to Global Community proposes a synthesis between Buddhist values and "community psychology," a field of psychology that began i...
Psychotherapy with Buddhists
This chapter is part of a volume aimed at providing psychologists and psychotherapists with a basic background in the fundamental beliefs and worldviews of the major religious traditions. This chapter...
In search of inner wisdom : guided mindfulness meditation in the context of suicide
Spiritual concerns are highly relevant, but often ignored, in psychotherapy in general and in suicide in particular. This article presents Internet data and clinical case material bearing on the topic...
Nurturing the seeds of sanity : a Buddhist approach to psychotherapy
This chapter from the book Modern Psychology and Ancient Wisdom: Psychological Healing Practices from the World's Religious Traditions offers a Buddhist approach to psychotherapy using the cont...
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