Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: an unfolding dialogue
"Psychoanalysis and Buddhism" pairs Buddhist psychotherapists together with leading figures in psychoanalysis who have a general interest in the role of spirituality in psychology. The resulting essays present an illuminating discourse on these two disciplines and how they intersect. This landmark book challenges traditional thoughts on psychoanalysis and Buddhism and propels them to a higher level of understanding.
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Review: Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An Unfolding DialogueUser Review - Frank Jude - Goodreads
This anthology of essays came out in 2003, since when it has sat on my shelf until this year, when I decided to finally read it as a kind of preparation for a dialogue I was invited to participate in ... Read full review
Review: Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An Unfolding DialogueUser Review - Lubovedsky - Goodreads
Great article on being nobody and being somebody. Explores how the self is defined in psychoanalysis and in Buddhism or spiritual practice. Discusses in detail why those who have attained a degree of ... Read full review
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