Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Psychotherapy & Buddhism

     “It is through the mindfulness practices that Buddhism most clearly complements psychotherapy. The shift from an appetite based, spatially conceived self preoccupied with a sense of what is lacking to a breath based, temporally conceived self capable of spontaneity and aliveness is, of course, one that psychotherapy has also come to envision.”

        Epstein M. "Thoughts Without a Thinker. Psychotherapy from a Buddhist Perspective." BasicBooks, NY. 1995. 

Erez Marom   www.dpreview.com

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