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The Roots of Buddhist Psychology

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Published by Sounds True .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Buddhism - General,
  • Psychology,
  • Abridged Audio - Self-Help,
  • Audio Adult: Other,
  • General,
  • Buddhism,
  • Mind, body, spirit: disciplines & techniques,
  • Popular psychology

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    Open LibraryOL8659850M
    ISBN 101564553477
    ISBN 109781564553478
    OCLC/WorldCa34117108


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Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ideas about the interior life, and what brings awakening, freedom, and happiness/5(11).

Roots of Buddhist Psychology is a speech given in a number of parts on several aspects of the Buddhist perspective on human nature and living a good life.

It is organized around the cultivation or weeding of central virtues and vices including grasping (addiction), aversion (fear/anger/hatred), compassion, equilibrium, generosity, love.

Unfortunately, this book was a bit of a disappointment. I'm really interested in learning more about Buddhist Psychology but this book was all over the place. It was more like "The Roots of Jack Kornfield's Ramblings. While I'm pretty big Jack fan, and he is an excellent story teller, I would have liked a little more content and less banter/5.

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Check out this great listen on The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true teachings of the dharma: the taste of freedom. Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology opens this. Books shelved as buddhist-psychology: The Wise Heart: A Guide to the Universal Teachings of Buddhist Psychology by Jack Kornfield, Thoughts Without A Thi.

The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true teachings of the dharma: the taste of freedom. Jack Kornfield’s The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism’s [ ].

The Roots of Buddhist Psychology Book by Jack Kornfield -FULL UNABRIDGED COMPLETE AUDIOBOOK The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true. From the perspective of Buddhist Psychology, emotional and behavioral difficulties have their roots in three (3) primary areas known as Grasping, Aversion and Delusion.

These terms are often used interchangeably with ‘Greed’ (grasping), ‘Hatred’ (aversion) and ‘Ignorance’ (Delusion). Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ideas about the interior life, and what brings awakening, freedom, and happiness.

Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ideas about the interior life, and what brings awakening, freedom, and happiness/5(10). The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true teachings of the dharma: the taste of freedom.

Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ide4/5(11).

Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ideas about the interior life, and what brings awakening, freedom, and happiness/5().

Buddhism includes an analysis of human psychology, emotion, cognition, behavior and motivation along with therapeutic practices. A unique feature of Buddhist psychology is that it is embedded within the greater Buddhist ethical and philosophical system, and its psychological terminology is colored by ethical overtones.

Buddhist psychology has two therapeutic goals: the healthy and. Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings -- to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ideas on the interior life, and what brings awakening, freedom, and happiness.

Among the world's great religions, Buddhism alone has developed a rich, intricate 5/5(5). There is very little of Buddhist psychology per se in this book. It mostly deals with the author's innovative and 'revolutionary' approach to the psychotherapy of people with addictions (especially eating disorders).

The basis are Buddhist, and the author knows what she is talking about, but very little, if anything valuable, is explained about 4/5(9). Buddhist practice moves us to be responsive to each other and to heal “the wounds of the world” (p. 43). This is clearly not a psychology of unfeeling solipsism, and the reader’s authentic engagement with the inner conflicts raised by this book may well become the source of welcome personal and professional Size: KB.

Get this from a library. The roots of Buddhist psychology. [Jack Kornfield] -- A therapist explores the purpose and basic principles of Buddhist psychology. Roots_of_Delusion (1).mp3 In any given situation, it is easy for us to become deluded, which can cause suffering to others and ourselves.

If we are going to deal with our delusion, it takes courage, practice, and a renunciation of something we. - Buy The Roots of Buddhist Psychology book online at best prices in India on Read The Roots of Buddhist Psychology book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.5/5(5).

My Picks for the 10 Best Psychology Books. So here are my selections for the best books on psychology: Owning Your Own Shadow: Understanding the Dark Side of the Psyche by Robert Johnson.

Paperback | Kindle. This page book provides the best explanation of the personal shadow that you can find in print. Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology is an invitation to drink deeply of these teachings - to taste the wisdom that flows from the heart of Buddhism's most useful ideas on the interior life and what brings awakening, freedom, and happiness.

Jack Kornfield opens this eternal view of the mind for all listeners on this six-cassette. The PRINCIPLES of BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY David J.

Kalupahana The book bases Buddhist psychology on a sophisticated and thoroughgoing empiricism. Jamesean psychological concepts are used in order to clarify the Buddhist ideas. The first part of the book outlines the principles of psychology that can be traced to the Buddha.

Buddhist Insights for Finding Meaning and in Everyday Life. Dancing with Life is available in hardcover, paperback, e-book, and audiobook. Learn More. FREE Study Guide. Receive Free Weekly Teachings based on Dancing with Life. Subscribe. The Roots of Buddhist Psychology by Jack Kornfield Among the world's great religions, Buddhism is unique in its development of a rich psychology based not on metaphysics, but on the human predicament.

Through its strategies, you can discover for yourself how to find true freedom from worldly suffering. Découvrez cette écoute proposée par Audible: The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true teachings of the dharma: the taste of freedom.

Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology opens this. Buddhism and psychology overlap in theory and in practice. Over the last century, three strands of interplay have evolved: Descriptive phenomenology: Western and Buddhist scholars have found in Buddhist teachings a detailed introspective phenomenological psychology (particularly in the Abhidhamma).

Psychotherapeutic meaning: Humanistic psychotherapists have found in. In his book, The Principles of Buddhist Psychology, David Kalupahana () consistently translates this as "obsession." This is clearly misleading, although the official Pali-English Dictionary of the Pali Text Society (Rhys Davids and Stede, ) does offer "obsession" as one rendering of this word.

Jack Kornfield's The Roots of Buddhist Psychology opens this eternal view of the mind for all listeners. Among the world's great religions, Buddhism has developed a rich psychology based not on metaphysics, but on the human predicament. Through its strategies, you can discover for yourself how to find true freedom from worldly suffering/5(46).

To a large extent, they come not from the Buddha's teachings but from the Dharma gate of Western psychology, through which the Buddha's words have been filtered.

They draw less from the root sources of the Dharma than from their own hidden roots in Western culture: the thought of the German Romantics.

Mindfulness has lost its Buddhist roots, and it may not be doing you good Buddhist meditation was designed not to make us happier, but to radically change our sense of self and perception of. An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology is a lucid, intelligible, and authentic introduction to the foundations of Buddhist psychology.

It provides comprehensive coverage of the basic concepts and issues in the psychology of Buddhism, and thus it deals with the nature of psychological inquiry, concepts of the mind, consciousness and behavior, motivation, emotions and 5/5(1). The book represents Epstein’s best efforts yet to describe a Buddhist psychodynamic psychology, and revisiting the religious roots of mindfulness offers both.

Buddhism & Modern Psychology. 33K likes. The Facebook Page for the online course taught by Robert Wright of Princeton ers: 35K. BUDDHISM AND WESTERN PSYCHOLOGY. Assessment of Buddhism in terms of modern western psychology started when British Indologist Rhys Davids translated Abhidhamma Pitaka from Pali and Sanskrit texts in She published the book entitled it, “Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics”.[] Inshe wrote another book “Buddhist psychology: An inquiry into Cited by: 3.

Jack Kornfield is a Buddhist teacher and meditation master on internationally renown and a cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society and of Spirit Rock Center in northern California. A former Buddhist monk, he holds a PhD in clinical psychology.

His books include A Path with Heart, Buddha's Little Instruction Book, and After the Ecstasy/5(K). A Brief Introduction. Western psychology, like Buddhism, has its historical roots in ancient philosophies.

The major distinction between these two traditions, however, is that Western psychology is an explicitly scientific tradition, while Buddhism on the other hand is, has, and always will be a philosophical and religious tradition.

I recently completed that audiobook The Roots of Buddhist Psychology by Dr. Jack Kornfield, who is a Buddhist psychologist. Kornfield is highly regarded author and lecturer who has been a Buddhist practioner since the late s.

“Thompson deserves our thanks for taking us beyond easy claims of Buddhist exceptionalism when it comes to spirituality and science. Clear, engaging and accessible, this essential book unpacks the history of Buddhism and its ideas about self and mind, all in service of understanding how the West can best engage with the rising influence of this important and.

Naropa University’s concentration in Contemplative Psychotherapy & Buddhist Psychology—part of our Clinical Mental Health Counseling master's degree—is a counseling program that grounds itself in the Buddhist contemplative wisdom tradition and includes current humanistic psychological approaches to give you the insight and skills to show up fully for yourself and.

Author, Buddhist practitioner and one of the key teachers to introduce Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West. Much of human suffering is caused by greed, hatred, fear and ignorance.

When we let go of greed, hatred, fear and ignorance, and hold the world with compassion and tenderness, love, generosity and understanding follow, and this.Buddhism is an Indian religion founded on the teachings of a mendicant and spiritual teacher called "the Buddha" ("the Awakened One", c.

5th to 4th century BCE). Early texts have the Buddha's family name as "Gautama" (Pali: Gotama). The details of Buddha's life are mentioned in many Early Buddhist Texts but are inconsistent, and his social background and life details are .Dr. Jayasuriya’s book on the “Psychology and Philosophy of Buddhism “is the work of an ardent and learned Buddhist, who has made a special study of the Abhidhamma or the “higher philosophy” of Buddhism as a layman.

He has culled much of his material from the well-known (but ill-understood) Abhidhammattha-saṅgaha and ancillary works 5/5(1).