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Initial post: 3 Oct 2009 17:38:21 BDT
There are many different approaches to therapy which could be seen as Buddhist. Some rely on methods such as mindfulness or meditation. Others are built around the Buddhist understandings of the mind. In this book, the primary focus is on the central Buddhist concept of conditioned view. Our perception is constantly distorted by our preoccupation with personal agendas and habits built up over lifetimes. Freedom comes from allowing ourselves to truly meet the others in our worlds and allowing them to touch our hearts and support us.

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Other-Centred Therapy by Caroline Brazier (Paperback - 30 Oct 2009)