Part I: Introduction. Miller, Buddhism and Psychotherapy: A Dialogue. Ando, Psychotherapy and Buddhism: A Psychological Consideration of Key Points of Contact. Gunn, Two Arrows Meeting in Mid-air. Part II: Buddhist Theory and Practice. Magid, Desire and the Self: Reflections on J. M. Coetzee’s Slow Man. Yasunaga Roshi, Zen and 'Amaeru': A Psychological Approach to Zen. Pawle, The Ego in the Psychology of Zen: Understanding Reports of Japanese Zen Masters on the Experience of No-Self. Part III: Bridges. Austin, Our Ordinary Sense of Self: Different Aspects of 'No-Self' During States of Absorption and Kensho. Perelman, Similarities, Differences and Implications in the Patient–analyst and Student–spiritual Teacher Relationship. Part IV: Psychotherapy Theory. Miller, No Self and the Emptying God: Dwelling in the Emptying Place. Young-Eisendrath, Empty Rowboats: No-blame and Other Therapeutic Effects of No-Self in Long-term Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Tift, Anxiety, Struggle, and Egoic Process. Part V: Psychotherapy Practice. Van Zyl, Polarity Processing: Self / No-Self, The Transcendent Function and Wholeness. Mathers, Stop Running. Mace, Mindfulness and the Technology of Healing: Lessons from Western Practice. Wallace, Dying to be Born: Transformative Surrender within Analytical Psychology from a Clinician’s Perspective. Part VI: Mysticism and Spirituality. Shimizu, Experience of Self in Zen and Christian Mysticism. Kron, Self / No Self in the Therapeutic Dialogue According to Martin Buber’s Dialogue Philosophy. Muramoto, Muso Soseki (1275–1351): The Development of Zen Culture Out of Conflicts. Part VII: Myth and Fairy Tale. Nakamura, The Image of Mahavairocana-tatha-gata Emerging from the Therapist at a Crucial Point in Therapy. Hart, The Healing Properties of a Fairy Tale. Mathews Grant, Breaking the Spells of Self: How Insights from Fairy Tales and Buddhist Psychology can be Applied in Therapeutic Practice. Part VIII: Re-introduction. Cooper, Oscillations: Reload. Index.