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The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them By (author) Karuna Cayton



The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them
By (author) Karuna Cayton

The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them

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The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them

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Short Description:

Buddhism asserts that we each have the potential to free ourselves from the prison of our problems. As practiced for more than twenty-six hundred years, the process involves working “with,” rather than against, our depression, anxiety, and compulsions. We do this by recognizing the habitual ways our minds perceive and react — the way they mislead. The lively exercises and inspiring real-world exa

Publisher: NEW WORLD LIBRARY
Published: 06 March 2012
Format: Paperback
Pages: 272 pages
Categories: Psychology
ISBN 13: 9781577319429
ISBN 10: 1577319427

Full description for The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them

Through lively exercises and inspiring real-world examples, the author, drawing from Buddhist psychology, shows readers how to step onto the path of a radically liberating self-understanding to transform suffering into happiness. Original.



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