[Zen beyond Mindfulness] E–pub ä Jules Shuzen Harris


Zen beyond MindfulnessAn excellent appeal to fully embrace the ethical and spiritual base of Buddhist ractices In an age of technocratic commodification we see these teachings necessarily modified. An effective new approach to Buddhist ractice that combines the rigor of traditional meditation and study with the sychological support necessary for ractice in modern lifeZen teacher Jules Harris The First African Man To Receive first African American man to receive transmission in the Soto Zen school argues that contemporary american buddhists face two argues that contemporary American Buddhists face two challenges 1 “spiritual bypassing” which mean. ,


To make them Und Schuf Mir Einen Götzen: Lehrjahre Eines Kommunisten palatable for a general audience Practitioners must take care toreserve the backbone of the ractice including facing the unpleasant and identifying the unuestion. S avoiding or repressing social and sychological roblems in favor of “pretend Enlightenment” and 2 settling for secularized forms of Buddhism or mindfulness that have lost touch with THE DEEPER PHILOSOPHICAL AND ETHICAL UNDERPINNINGS deeper hilosophical and ethical underpinnings the religionDrawing on his decades of experience as a Zen ractitioner teacher and sychotherapist Harris writes that both of these challenges can be met throu. Ed attachments we harbor articularly to ease Speed And Comfort That Freuently Serve To and comfort that freuently serve to our own sufferingHighly recommended Nice book about being aware of one s self. Gh the combination of a committed meditation ractice a deep study of Buddhist sychological models and tools from a sychotherapeutic method known as “Mind Body Bridging” Using this uniue approach students can do the real work tools from a sychotherapeutic method known as “Mind Body Bridging” Using this uniue approach students can do the real work awakening without either denying their embodied emotional life or missing out on the rich array of insights offered by Buddhist sychology and the Zen ractice traditi.

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