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Zen beyond mindfulness : using Buddhist and modern psychology for transformational practice

Author: Jules Harris
Publisher: Boulder : Shambhala, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Zen teacher Jules Shuzen Harris argues that contemporary American Buddhists face two primary challenges: (1) "spiritual bypassing," which means avoiding or repressing psychological problems 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 of the religion. Drawing on his decades of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Harris, Jules (Jules Shuzen).
Zen beyond mindfulness.
Boulder : Shambhala, 2019
(DLC) 2018030019
(OCoLC)1043333620
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jules Harris
ISBN: 9780834842151 0834842157
OCLC Number: 1104448719
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 166 pages) : illustrations
Contents: My path --
Introduction: Zen, Abhidharma, and the I-system --
The Skandhas --
The omnipresent factors --
The twelve links of dependent origination --
The six realms --
The I-system --
Internal maps and the Skandhas --
External maps, omnipresent factors, and dependent origination --
Mind maps and realms --
Maps for Zen --
The sutras and mind maps --
Commitment.
Responsibility: Jules Shuzen Harris ; foreword by Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara.

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"Zen teacher Jules Shuzen Harris argues that contemporary American Buddhists face two primary challenges: (1) "spiritual bypassing," which means avoiding or repressing psychological problems 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 of the religion. Drawing on his decades of experience as a Zen practitioner, teacher, and psychotherapist, Harris writes that both of these challenges can be met through the combination of a committed meditation practice, a deep study of Buddhist psychological models, and tools from a psychotherapeutic method known as "Mind-Body Bridging." Using this unique approach, students can do the real work of awakening without either denying their embodied emotional life or missing out on the rich array of insights offered by Buddhist psychology and the Zen practice tradition"--

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