If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him: The Pilgrimage of Psychotherapy Patients

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Bantam Books, May 1, 1982 - Philosophy - 238 pages
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Using the myths of Gilgamesh, Siddhartha, Don Quixote, the works of buber, Ginsberg, Shakespeare, Kafka, Nin, Dante and Jung, the psychotherapist, guru and pilgrim shares the epic talse and intimate revelations that help to shape everyman's journey through life.

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From the standpoint of a psychotherapeutic view of reality Koop interacts with a lot of varying thought streams - Jewish, Christian, New Age, Eastern - though always from the position of a collage of ... Read full review

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I rarely say it, but I think this is an absolute must-read. Some views are outdates, ok, but if you go beyond those few limits, this is the best thing you can read on the meaning (or rather on the ... Read full review


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