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What the Buddha Felt

A Buddhist Psychiatrist Points the Way to Uncommon Happiness
Narrated by: Mark Epstein
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Sigmund Freud once said that the best outcome that psychotherapy can offer is a return to "common unhappiness". But what about those of us with higher aspirations? Where do we find the tools we need to heal - and then go further - to create a life of uncommon and authentic happiness?

The answer, teaches Mark Epstein, may lie in the insights of one of the world's greatest psychologists - the Buddha. What the Buddha Felt uncovers a quiet revolution occurring in the West today: the merging of modern psychotherapy and ancient Buddhist meditation techniques to help us face even the most challenging emotional obstacles.

©2009 Mark Epstein (P)2009 Mark Epstein

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  • Tiffany
  • 15-06-2017

great read

Ended so abruptly, fantastic book otherwise. Excellent content, easy to follow and expanding in both psychotherapy and Buddhism.

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  • RodR
  • 24-02-2019

Couldn't get past the narration

I've heard great things about this book, guess I'll have to get the written version if I want to read it, because Mark should NOT have narrated this...