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Wisdom 2011 Winter Spring

Wisdom 2011 Winter Spring

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Published by Amina Marix Evans

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Published by: Amina Marix Evans on Nov 24, 2010
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winter/spring 2011trade catalog 
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WISDOM
 
Thank You for Supporting Wisdom
CONTENTSWinter 2011 Titles........................................................1Spring 2011 Titles...........................................................6Selected Backlist..........................................................16Information for the Trade and Media......................19Academic Examination and Desk Copies..............19Cooperative Advertising............................................19Foreigh Language Representatives...........................20Tibetan Art Calendar..................................................21Go Beyond Words.
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Mixing Minds
The Power of Relationship inPsychoanalysis and Buddhism
Pilar JenningsForeword by Jeremy D. Safran
“We cannot find ourselves,or be ourselves, alone. —from
 Mixing Minds
“With this remarkable book, the dialoguebetween Buddhism and psychoanalysis hasfinally come of age. In a voice that is intimate,humorous, and at the same time wise andsophisticated, Jennings takes us on a fascinatingand deeply rewarding voyage of discovery.”—Jeremy D. Safran, editor of 
Psychoanalysisand Buddhism: An Unfolding Dialogue
“An engaging account of therapy and Bud-dhist practice that puts the relational encounter of two human beings at thecenter of both practices. Jennings enriches stories about her own analyst and herTibetan lama with an easy but wide ranging fluency in both psychoanalytic the-ory and Buddhist thought.”—Barry Magid, author of 
Ending the Pursuit of Happiness
“Pilar Jennings has written a book at once personal, educational, and creative.Rather than simply conflate or contrast, she teases out nuances of each that enrichpsyche and spirit. This book stimulates eagerness and dedication to one’s ownunfolding path, making the most of both streams and their evolving mix.”—Michael Eigen, author of 
Flames from the Unconscious
“Jennings speaks with authority about what the two traditions share and the differ-ences they hold in common—such as desire and aggression—and guides the readerthrough the mysteries of mind-to-mind transmission and of transference/counter-transference. Original and creative, Jennings feeds our psyches and spirits.”—Ann Belford Ulanov, author of 
Spiritual Aspects of Clinical Work
9780861716166 | 288 pages | $18.95eBook ISBN 9780861716135December 2010
 
Winter 2011 Titles
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pilar jennings
is a psychotherapist and psychoanalystwho has focused on the clinical applications of Buddhistmeditation practice. She received her Ph.D. in psychiatry andreligion from Union Theological Seminary where she teachesand has been working with patients and their familiesthrough the Harlem Family Institute since 2004. She lives inNew York City.
jeremy d. safran
is the editor of 
Psy-choanalysis and Buddhism
and is a professor at the NewSchool in New York.

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