The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them Hot
February 26, 2012 364 0Add
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 examples Cayton provides can help you transform intractable problems and neutralize suffering by cultivating a radically liberating self-understanding.
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The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them 2012-04-24 15:56:33 Deborah Adams
Everybody’s got problems. How much suffering those problems cause us is largely determined by how we perceive the situation and how tightly we clutch our faulty perceptions. Yes, we do. Most of us are actually addicted to the negative emotions and we spend our lives in a never-ending loop of anger and fear.