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* THE DISTINCTIVE CHARACTER OF BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY: TEN FEATURES

Originally posted on August 28, 2012 after which it received 1400 views The following are some significant features of Buddhist psychology and psychotherapy. # Ideas of Sudden Awakening and Gradual T… View »

* CONGRUENCE

AMIDA TRUST Occasional paper CONGRUENCE by David Brazier INTRODUCTION Loosely speaking, congruence means genuineness. People are congruent when they are not trying to appear to be anything ot… View »

* KOREAN COURSES 2015

With Eyes of the Tiger at the Pace of an Ox Day One Introductory Lecture We are here to become better therapists. Learning to be a better therapist is lifelong training. It is the same as following… View »

* GROUP PROCESS: THE THEORIES

Group Process; the theories Occasional paper GROUP PROCESS by David Brazier   FRAMEWORKS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF GROUP PHENOMENA  Theoretically there are many different ways of… View »

* MINDFULNESS RECONSIDERED

Mindfulness has recently become a popular addition to the range of methods available to counsellors and psychotherapists, especially in the field of stress reduction but is the method being over-sol… View »

* BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY

THREE KEY CONCEPTS IN BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY - Part One Posted on March 30 Buddhist Psychology Buddhist psychology is the analysis of delusion. Where Buddhist practice is either an effort to reach en… View »

* DEPRESSION

[I wrote this paper twenty years ago. I think I still agree with most of it. I'm posting it here for your interest. I will add a discussion space in the group for relevant comment and discussion] DEP… View »

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Posted by Dayamay Dunsby on November 29, 2020 at 11:30 0 Comments

It struck me, while watching the steam rise off my pan of hot water earlier, that the universe, in physical terms, behaves in the same way today as it did 4 billion years ago. Before life even existed in any conscious form. When the earth was busy shaping itself from its own internal pressures. Spewing out toxins and branding itself with molten rock. Change comes from within, and is nurtured from external sources...  

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