Buddhism and Psychotherapy: The Healing of the Heart Doctrine Author: Manly P. Hall
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Written with the goal of assisting non-Buddhists to experience something of the subtle beauty of the Bodhisattva Doctrine, this book explores the psychological meanings of the beliefs and practices of the Mahayana Buddhists, and the symbology and iconography of the exquisite temples and gardens of Japan. Illustrated, with index.
Manly Palmer Hall (1901-1990), was a Canadian-born scholar and philosopher. He began his public career in the related fields of philosophy and comparative religion at the age of nineteen and devoted his life to teaching, writing, and lecturing without interruption for over half a century.
Hall travelled extensively in Europe, Asia, and Central America, and assembled a magnificent library. He gave nearly seven thousand different lectures and talks and appeared on numerous radio and television stations throughout the United States. He wrote over thirty-five books, scores of essays, and hundreds of articles.
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