From the Faculty: Pilar Jennings

The contemplative traditions are relatively unanimous on the status of “illusion” as an obstacle to contemplative insight. What is the source of illusion, insofar as you understand it?

In the spiritual terrain, this is a key question.  And as you might imagine, in the psychological one, too. As a Buddhist psychoanalyst, I appreciate the critical importance of exploring the role of illusion as a way to both facilitate and potentially run from healing.  In religious life – regardless of the tradition - we inte

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