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The misleading mind : how we create our own problems and how Buddhist psychology can help us solve them

Author: Karuna Cayton
Publisher: Novato, Calif. : New World Library, ©2012.
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Through exercises and real-world examples, the author, drawing from Buddhist psychology, shows readers how to step onto the path of self-understanding to transform suffering into happiness.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karuna Cayton
ISBN: 9781577319429 1577319427
OCLC Number: 738380998
Description: 213 p. : port. ; 22 cm.
Contents: So, what's the problem? --
Training the untrained mind --
What was i thinking? --
I'm mad as hell, and i'm not going to take this anymore --
What in the world is going on? --
Searching for happily ever after --
Who do you think you are? --
Family game night: trivial pursuits --
Who left the milk out?.
Responsibility: Karuna Cayton.

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

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