Retail pak Audio Renaissance 2001
CS ISBN 1559276665 $17.95 Two cassettes
Students of psychology and psychotherapy, especially the overly analytical and self-involved types, have a horrible time comprehending Buddhist practice. The concepts are too simple, they don't have enough words, and, if you do it right, the self is thrown out the window. In this compact guide, such folks get help from a thoughtful scholar and therapist who does a masterful job of bridging the gap between what psychotherapy and Buddhist practice have to offer. He uses a scholarly understanding of psychology, philosophy, and religion to frame the essential Buddhist experience and make it accessible. The resulting clarity is incredibly attractive, and is made even more attractive, even spellbinding, by the author's gentle voice and deeply powerful stories. An auditory treasure and a masterpiece of integrative thinking. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/ MAR 02]
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