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This is the best I have ever and will ever read. It explains budhism and psychotherapy, which are complex subjects in and of themselves, in a way that really connects with the... Read morePublished on July 14 2004
I'm currently reading this book, and I'm enjoying it quite a bit. It's helping me to take a more play-oriented approach to my writing.Published on May 30 2004
This book is fun to read and explore. It bears reading two or three times, and is filled with some good insights into parallels between buddisht practice and western psychology. Read morePublished on Aug. 10 2003 by David D. Derauf
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After reading this and considering so many of the ways this philosophy differs from our western psychology, it is no wonder... Read more
I have been suffering from anxiety/depression and feelings of emptiness for 6 years since I went through a particularly stressful event. Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2003 by "sekelly5"
I read "thoughts without a thinker" as well. Both are enlightening and very helpful. This book blends buddhist teachings with emotional healing and provides a map of... Read morePublished on July 2 2002 by C. Garcia
This book was my only solace for 7 months of bedrest during a very high risk pregnancy. My fears for the baby put too much stress on us both. Read morePublished on April 9 2002 by White Roses
A superb look at the inner workings of the mind. Often times Psychology and Buddhist texts tend to be a bit hard to read. Read morePublished on April 8 2002
This a terrific blend of Buddhist thought with the ideas that inform much of Western Psychology. The end result is great book that just might, in very practical terms, help you... Read morePublished on Dec 7 2001 by Nagel