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Upcoming Meetup: Primer for "Taoist Psychology"

From: Lori
Sent on: Monday, May 31, 2010 2:15 PM

Hello everyone,

For our next meeting - on the topic "Taoist Psychology" - Key offers these introductory comments.

We will meet on Saturday, June 12, from 1:00-3:00 at the Montlake Public Library.



Taoist psychology sheds a new light on understand the structures and processes of the mind (cognition).

In addition to briefly emphasize the differences between Taoist philosophy (which is the foundation of the psychology) and Taoist religion and Buddhism, my discussion will focuses on the Taoist approach to the understanding and treatment of mental conflicts (e.g., depression and anxiety).

My discussion includes comparing Western cognitive model with the Taoist model in four areas:
a) different philosophical traditions
b) the nature of the mind
c) explaining mental conflict
d) how to create mental peace

I  have several relevant posts online, which can provide the background information for my meetup presentation.

1, Four posts on Taoist psychology






2. My critique of the Western cognitive therapy


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