The Way of Silence and the Talking Cure conveys an integrative attitude that serves as an antidote to excessively sectarian tendencies and draws attention to the fundamental issues that underlie well known and specific forms of meditation and psychotherapy. It will be of interest to seekers, helpful to people-helpers and an inspiration to those in social situations ranging from self-help groups to educational initiatives. Part I presents a comprehensive panorama of the classical forms of meditation along with a theoretical and inter-disciplinary account of the domain. Part II considers the common ground between meditation and therapy-from a theoretical understanding of the meditation/ therapy interface to the formulation of a solitary retreat methodology.
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