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A Call to Compassion : Bringing Buddhist Practices of the Heart into the Soul of Psychology
Glaser, Aura
Nicholas Hays / Softcover / 2005-02-01 / 0892541164
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology / Buddhism
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304 pages
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A Call to Compassion is the first book to look at how Mahayana Buddhism complements psychotherapy. Compassion is central to Mahayana Buddhism's goal of liberation of all sentient beings, and this book is essential for anyone involved in the helping professions. It explains how Buddhist philosophy of innate mental health can bring balance to psychology's focus on mental illness, and includes a clear review of the work of Freud, Jung and others.

In private practice as a psychotherapist since 1991, Aura Glaser (Michigan) has studied with some of Tibetan Buddhism's greatest living masters.

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