Buddhist psychotherapy, which has been adopted in the last several decades, is a novel approach to the clinical practice of mental health.
Jude is a cosmologist and planetary healer.
In order to carefully assess the potential effects of meditative interventions it is of singular importance to ask whether enlightenment can be traced to specific neural correlates, cognition, or behavior.
David is a contemplative neuroscientist and researcher.
Loren is a professor at Columbia medical school.
Livia is a somatic psychologist an yoga teacher.
To help address the mental challenges so many people face today, I categorized the basic tenets of yoga psychology into five broad principles.
Kelly is a Holistic Psychiatrist and integrative healing advocate.
The Pali/Sanskrit word for “intention,” cetanā, derives from two words meaning “to think” or “thinking,” and it can also just mean “mind.” But it also carries some less static meanings. Two of these, “intention” and “volition”, are arguably the most commonly known among both scholars and Buddhist practitioners alike.
Ralph is an author and Buddhist teacher based in NYC.
The physical, mental, and spiritual ideals of yoga require more than asana practice alone. Ours is a culture on the move, and we find ourselves frequently traveling across the globe, commuting on mass transit, and navigating endless confrontations with socio-political chaos.