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After Mindfulness: New Perspectives on Psychology and Meditation
Bazzano, Manu (Edt)
Palgrave Macmillan / Hardcover / 2014-03-01 / 1137370394
Mindfulness & Psychotherapy
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The Mindfulness phenomenon has swept the mental health field over the last two decades, helping to bring some of Buddhism's more inaccessible doctrines to a broader audience. While it would be naïve to think that our instinctive human longing for the sacred can be satisfied by a diet of weekly exercises, cognitive rewiring and behavioural reprogramming, it would be equally naïve to depend on 'trans-personal' and 'spiritual' guides to provide us with a pocket-sized map of our own path. Instead, we each create a path as we walk. After Mindfulness brings together well-known Buddhist writers and renowned therapists and theorists from various orientations for an appreciation and critical evaluation of Mindfulness. This unprecedented collection of expertise, ranging from clinical work to inspired commentaries on the Buddha's teachings, will greatly inspire anyone who is interested in the creative integration of psychology and meditation.

Contents:

Foreword Manu Bazzano

PART I: MINDFULNESS IN CONTEXT
1. Sati or Mindfulness? Bridging the Divide; John Peacock
2. Beyond Mindfulness: An Other-Centred Paradigm; Caroline Brazier
3. The Everyday Sublime; Stephen Batchelor
4. Mindfulness: A Philosophical Assessment; David Brazier
5. Mindfulness and the Good Life; Manu Bazzano

PART II: BEYOND PERSONAL LIBERATION: MINDFULNESS, SOCIETY AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
6. How Social is your Mindfulness? Towards a Mindful Sex and Relationship Therapy; Meg Barker
7. Mindfulness as a Secular Spirituality; Alex Gooch
8. Mindfulness and Therapy: A Skeptical Approach; Rebecca Greenslade
9. Meditation and Meaning; Jeff Harrison
10. Clinical Mindfulness, Metaperspective and True Nature; Dheeresh Turnbull
11. The Value of Meditative States of Mind in the Therapist; Monica Lanyado
Concluding Unmindful Postscript; Manu Bazzano

Contributors:

Meg Barker, Open University, UK
Stephen Batchelor, Buddhist Author and Teacher, France
Caroline Brazier, Tariki Trust, UK
David Brazier, Buddhist Author, Psychotherapist and Teacher, Spain
Alex Gooch, Teacher, Writer and Meditation Practitioner, UK
Rebecca Greenslade, Psychotherapist, UK
Jeff Harrison, New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, UK
John Peacock, Oxford Mindfulness Centre, UK
Monica Lanyado, British Association of Psychotherapists, UK
Dheeresh Turnbull, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapist, UK


About the Editor:

Manu Bazzano is a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice in London, psychology lecturer at Roehampton University, UK, and Richmond University, UK, and philosophy tutor in adult education. He is the author of Buddha is Dead (2006), Spectre of the Stranger (2012), The Speed of Angels (2013) and the editor of best-selling Zen Poems (2004) and Haiku for Lovers (2006). He was ordained as a Zen monk in the Soto and Rinzai traditions.

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