Aronson brings to his work in Buddhist Practice on Western Ground over thirty-five years of personal and scholarly participation in Buddhist tradition and practice. His facility with Buddhist languages and culture allows him to access greater subtlety, depth, and clarity of the teachings than is possible through translated material in English. He brings eighteen years of training and clinical practice in psychotherapy, as well as his personal experience of the psychotherapeutic process, to bear on the book’s in-depth discussion of how these seemingly disparate methods of self-discovery and spiritual growth may complement one another.

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