Table of contents for Buddhist practice on Western ground : reconciling Eastern ideals and Western psychology / Harvey B. Aronson.

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Acknowledgments xx
Introduction 000
1. Light and Shadow 000
2. Eastern Ideals 000
3. The Joys and Perils of Individuality 000
4. Mirrors and Reflections 000
5. Spirituality: Local and Express 000
6. Psychotherapy in the Context of Ongoing Buddhist Practice 000
7. Ego, Ego on the Wall: What Is Ego After All? 000
8. Anger: Abandon It or Express It? 000
9. A Middle Path on Anger 000
10. Embodied Love 000
11. Attachment East and West 000
12. Traditional Approaches to Nonattachment 000
13. Making Nonattachment Real 000
14. Presence and Absence in Life and Practice 000
15. Practice, Performance, and Finding Our Voices 000
Epilogue: Life as Pilgrimage 000
Notes 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Buddhism Psychology, Psychotherapy Religious aspects Buddhism, Psychology and religion, Meditation Buddhism, East and West