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

User Review  - Anna - Goodreads

This book is so full of 1970s buzzwords — 'groovy', 'cosmic', saying 'pilgrimage' when you mean just living your life — that it reads like a heavily timestamped artifact of the past, even though the ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Lulu - Goodreads

This book is worth reading. I am reading this slowly, trying to take it all in. Sheldon Kopp is pointing to the fact that the therapist, the guru, the teacher, all are struggling beings just like ... Read full review

Contents

Pilgrims and Disciples
3
The Healing Metaphors of the Guru
11
Disclosing the Self
20
Copyright

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