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 BuddhismBuddhist doctrine was first articulated by the Buddha (ca. 563 BCE to ca. 483 BCE). The establishment of a self-conscious field of psychology as the empirical assessment of human mental activities and behavior is often identified with the work of Wilhelm Wundt (August 16, 1832 – August 31, 1920).

Jack Kornfield, Ph.D., is both trained as a Buddhist monk and in clinical psychology who teaches both the concepts and the practice of buddhism, and provides a clear understanding of a Buddhism-informed psychology that can be applied to everyday living.

In this inspired audio series, part one of an entire audio set, you’ll have a glimpse at what Kornfield teaches as it applies to Buddhist psychology.

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The Roots of Buddhist Psychology – Grasping – 01

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    The Roots of Buddhist Psychology – Grasping – 02

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    The Roots of Buddhist Psychology – Grasping – 03

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    The Roots of Buddhist Psychology – Grasping – 04

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    The Roots of Buddhist Psychology – Grasping – 05

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    The Roots of Buddhist Psychology – Grasping – 06

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