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Re: Cognitive Therapy and Buddhism

Posted by noa on May 21, 2003, at 17:12:15

In reply to Cognitive Therapy and Buddhism, posted by Mark H. on May 20, 2003, at 20:29:52

I think Mindfulness is a big one, too. And the patience to not act automatically, but to be mindful of how one acts and reacts.

I think one major difference would be that Budhism would tend to emphasize more of a trust of the non-rational, whereas cognitive therapy is more oriented toward rational thought.




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