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 Abhidharma  New window
 An essay on the philosophical and psychological aspects of Buddhism presented in the seven books of the Abhidharma Pitaka of the Pali canon.
 Analytical Psychology and Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin  New window
 "The Buddhist statement of the unity and reciprocal influence of physical and psychological aspects of life perfectly mirrors the Jungian principle of synchronicity (or vice versa). Both are in fact based on the conviction that psyche and matter have to be considered nothing more than different manifestations of an identical and eternal energy." By Erika Gsell
 Bodhiology  New window
 Teaches and promotes Buddhist psychology and psychotherapy.
 Buddhism as a Psychotherapy  New window
 Essay by Ven. Bhante Punnaji that argues "that Buddhism is entirely a psychotherapy."
 Buddhist Ethico-Psychology  New window
 Readings derived from Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist sources, dealing with psychological issues. Search, browse, and download over 1,000 Buddhist essays and texts in English and Vietnamese.
 Buddhist Meditation and Depth Psychology  New window
 Scientific, spiritual and social exploration on meditation and its impact on Westerners.
 Buddhist Psychology  New window
 Buddhist psychology explained in readable articles by various dharma teachers, including Sharon Salzberg and the Dalai Lama. Articles are provided by the Quang Duc Monastery.
 Buddhist Psychology  New window
 Essay on the history of Buddhist Psychology.
 Buddhist Psychology: Theory and Practice  New window
 This paper gives an account of the major aspects of Buddhist psychology. The survey is confined to the texts of Theravada Buddhism.
 Buddhist Psychotherapy  New window
 Explores the interface between the ancient discipline of Buddhism and the modern discipline of psychtherapy.

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