Zen beyond Mindfulness: Using Buddhist and Modern Psychology for Transformational Practice

Zen beyond Mindfulness: Using Buddhist and Modern Psychology for Transformational Practice

Zen beyond Mindfulness: Using Buddhist and Modern Psychology for Transformational Practice

An effective new approach to Buddhist practice that combines the rigor of traditional meditation and study with the psychological support necessary for practice in modern life.

Zen teacher Jules Shuzen Harris argues that contemporary American Buddhists face two primary challenges: (1) “spiritual bypassing,” which means avoiding or repressing psychological problems in favor of “pretend Enlightenment,” and (2) settling for secularized forms of Buddhism or mindfulness that have lost

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  1. Anonymous
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
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    I take this everywhere and that’s a first., April 14, 2019
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    JL Heller

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    This review is from: Zen beyond Mindfulness: Using Buddhist and Modern Psychology for Transformational Practice (Paperback)
    I have a tendency to buy books, read a page or two, then set it aside and forget I even started reading it. I keep this book in my purse and read it every chance I get. It is engaging and provides knowledge and concrete tools for clarity and function in everyday life. The author is clearly gifted in the art of communication and seems to genuinely care about developing humans to their unique potential.
  2. Anonymous
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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    Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa, April 28, 2019
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    Awakened Heart (Wilmington, DE USA)

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    I live proximate to the Soji Zen Center where Dr. Harris is the Sensei and have had occasion to interact with him personally. He brings insight and wisdom to any conversation in which he engages and this tome is a reflection of his profound committment to the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha.

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