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"We cannot find ourselves, or be ourselves, alone." - from Mixing MindsMixing Minds explores the interpersonal relationships between psychoanalysts and their patients, and Buddhist teachers and their students. Through the author's own personal journey in both traditions, she sheds light on how these contrasting approaches to wellness affect our most intimate relationships."We cannot find ourselves, or be ourselves, alone." - from Mixing MindsMixing Minds explores the interpersonal relationships between psychoanalysts and their patients, and Buddhist teachers and their students. Through the author's own personal journey in both traditions, she sheds light on how these contrasting approaches to wellness affect our most intimate relationships. These dynamic relationships provide us with keen insight into the emotional ups and downs of our lives - from fear and anxiety to love, compassion, and equanimity. Mixing Minds delves into the most intimate of relationships and shows us how these relationships are the key to the realization of our true selves....

Title : Mixing Minds: The Power of Relationship in Psychoanalysis and Buddhism
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ISBN : 9780861716166
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 288 Pages
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Mixing Minds: The Power of Relationship in Psychoanalysis and Buddhism Reviews

  • Michele
    2019-05-27 04:46

    Elizabeth Gilbert's ringing endorsement:“I discovered this book two years ago and it’s become supremely important to me. Jennings is both a psychotherapist and a Buddhist practitioner. As someone with a foot in both camps, she writes intelligently about the merits and pitfalls of both Western and Eastern philosophy. Western thought, for instance, teaches us that the path to happiness involves strengthening up the Self, while Eastern practices suggest that we would be far better off discarding the Self altogether — so what is a confused Self to do? Jennings unthreads both paths with remarkable, compassionate (and always fair) perspective.”

  • Ralph Hannon
    2019-06-09 01:40

    I did a lot of underlining. I will read it again and takes notes.