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Psicoterapia Zen en Peru

Posted by David Brazier on July 2, 2013 at 21:30 0 Comments

New development in Peru

http://www.zen.psicoterapia.pe

No basis for psychiatric diagnoses

Posted by David Brazier on May 14, 2013 at 11:29 1 Comment

Interesting report

http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/may/12/psychiatrists-under-fire-mental-health

Perhaps the culture is beginning to change at last.

Getting started

Posted by Caifang Zhu on March 31, 2013 at 13:39 5 Comments

In mid Februrary 2013 I started my two months tenure as a researcher in residence in the faculty of theology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. My research area is Chan/Zen Practice in China and the West. A few days arter my arrival, my hosting professor of Buddhism Andre van der Braak inivted me to sit in his class of Mahayana Buddhism for which I was expected to teach  a couple of lectures later on. Co-inciently Jnanamati was also visiting the class through Mirjam Hartkamp's…

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Buddhist Psychology & ZT Theory Discussions (9)

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The Contribution of Zen Therapy

The following was my proposed talk at the National Conferencve of Clinical Psychologists in Nagoya in September. In the event I spoke spon…

Started by David Brazier

1 May 21, 2013
Reply by José Luis Poveda

The autonomy of Buddhist Psychology

The autonomy of Buddhist Psychology   Last week I attended a workshop on Gestalt Therapy. There I met old dharma friends and we had very i…

Started by José Luis Poveda

3 May 21, 2013
Reply by José Luis Poveda

Common Buddhist Fallacies 1: Awareness is the solution to everything

AWARENESS: Awareness is obviously a useful thing in some circumstances. However, the common tendency to assume that more and more awareness…

Started by David Brazier

1 Apr 10, 2013
Reply by Massimo Tomassini

Anger, Blame, Guilt and Sorrow

Here is a paper originally written in 1992 and slightly up-dated at the time of the recent course of the same name in Flanders. Anger%20Bla…

Started by David Brazier

0 Feb 20, 2013

Can Suffering Be Noble?

This mind map relates to the seminar that we had on this topic in tel Aviv on 16 January 2013. just click on the link to see the pdf Can%20…

Started by David Brazier

0 Jan 17, 2013

Does Buddhism have to be Scientific?

Donald Lopez has an interesting article in the current issue of Tricycle magazine in which he asks the question, "why should Buddhism be co…

Started by David Brazier

2 Dec 6, 2012
Reply by David Brazier

Personal Growth, Therapy, Dharma-faring, Therapeutic Development - Names for the Same Thing

If we take the scriptural account at face value and there is no particular reason not to then what Buddha discovered by becoming enlightene…

Started by David Brazier

0 Nov 21, 2012

Ideas Generated on ZT Course in Berriz, Spain, October 2012

Action involves negation. If we truly and completely accepted things just as they are we would never do anything. It is in the nature of li…

Started by David Brazier

1 Oct 28, 2012
Reply by David Brazier

THE DISTINCTIVE CHARACTER OF BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY: TEN FEATURES

The following are some significant features of Buddhist psychology and psychotherapy. # Ideas of Sudden Awakening and Gradual Transformati…

Started by David Brazier

0 Aug 28, 2012

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