Working on Yourself Alone
Psychotherapy, as practised in the West and meditation, as part of the Eastern tradition, are two contrasting methods of learning more about oneself.
The first depends on the powers of the therapist to help the patient become more integrated and fulfilled.
Process-orientated meditation, however, can be used by the individual as a means of resolving conflicts and increasing awareness from within.
One of the pitfalls of certain types of meditation is that the negative emotions are supressed rather than removed; but, by following the suggestions and practices in this remarkable book, mediation, dreamwork and yoga can be employed to channel destructive tendencies away from the mind, leaving a greater sense of personal understanding and contentment.
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