The non-limiting mind
Author: Andrew Olendzki
For some time now there has been a return of psychology to its introspective roots behind the growing thrust of an unexpected source: the contemplative practices of meditation. The experience accumulated over centuries of meditative practice from the East begins to have a significant impact on the way of understanding and exploring the mind in the contemporary West. Andrew Olendzki, one of the most interesting exponents of American Theravada Buddhism, in this book retraces the fundamental teachings of the Buddhist tradition, highlighting the specific contribution they make, or seem destined to make, to contemporary psychology.