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Naikan psychotherapy

David K. Reynolds

Naikan psychotherapy

meditation for self-development

by David K. Reynolds

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naikan psychotherapy.,
  • Psychotherapy -- Methods.,
  • Self concept.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid K. Reynolds.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC489.M43 R49 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 170 p. :
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3501585M
    ISBN 100226710297
    LC Control Number82021862


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His newest book, "Question Your Life," will be available in September, Naikan book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Drawing on Eastern tradition, Naikan (nye-kahn) is a structured method for 4/5. In his book Naikan: Grace, Gratitude and the Japanese art of self-reflection, Gregg Krech gives the following list of contrasting features of a traditional Western approach to therapy with the naikan based approach to treatment Traditional therapy Naikan therapy.

Naikan: Gratitude, Grace and the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection. By Gregg Krech (Stone Bridge Press, ). This is the most comprehensive book on Naikan available and was awarded Spirituality & Health Magazine’s “Best Books of ” book award.

Read a sample Naikan essay from the book. Order the book from the ToDo Institute’s on-line bookstore. Correspondence. Daily Naikan performed for minutes at the end of the day; Naikan Reflection on a Person. This is the basis of the traditional Naikan method in which we examine our lives by reflecting on our relationships with others.

Generally, I suggest using periods of minutes for reflection. Naikan is a Japanese psychotherapeutic method introduced 30 years ago by a lay practitioner.

First used in correctional settings, it has more recently been adapted to the treatment of psychoneurotic, characterologic, and situational disorders.

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Naikan (Japanese: 内観, lit. “inside looking” or “introspection”) is a structured method of self-reflection developed by Yoshimoto Ishin (–) a businessman and devout Jodo Shinshu Buddhist who, as a young man, had engaged in an ascetic 'contrition' practice involving sensory deprivation through dwelling in a dark cave without food, water or sleep.

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As we understand Naikan and psychotherapy in Europe, Naikan cannot be considered as psychotherapy. Naikan lies on the borderline between psychotherapy and spirituality. Self-realization and spirituality. Through Naikan you can get in touch with your spirituality.

Although Naikan has its roots in Buddhism, Naikan has no religious content. This book is the first to discuss experiences of the Morita and Naikan ways of life in the Western World. Although Morita and Naikan are therapies--perspectives on neurotic habits and their correction--the vision is educational rather than medical.

The approach offers a way of acknowledging feelings while engaging in constructive living. Psychotherapy and Religion in Japan Book Summary: Naikan is a Japanese psychotherapeutic method which combines meditation-like body engagement with the recovery of memory and the reconstruction of one's autobiography in order to bring about healing and a changed notion of the self.

Based on original anthropological fieldwork, this fascinating book provides a detailed ethnography of Naikan. Rooted in Japanese tradition, Naikan (''nye-kahn '') is a structured method for intensely meditating on our lives, our interconnections, our missteps. Through Naikan, we develop a natural and profound sense of gratitude for blessings bestowed on us by others, blessings that were always there but went unnoticed.

This collection of introductory essays, parables, and Missing: psychotherapy. Book review of Naikan: Gratitude, Grace, and the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection. and returned when I was reading this book on Naikan. Naikan is a structured approach to self-reflection that is particularly good at cultivating gratitude.

With a blend of Eastern spiritual traditions and western psychology, it provides a structured and. Gregg Krech's new book, Naikan, focuses on the art of gratitude, offering in a subtly simple, no nonsense, and highly useful style, practical ways to cultivate it in our own lives. This is a book to be read, and an art to lived.” Rabbi Rami Shapiro (author of Proverbs, the Wisdom of Solomon).

Based on original anthropological fieldwork, this fascinating book provides a detailed ethnography of Naikan in practice. In addition, it discusses key issues such as the role of memory, autobiography and narrative in health care, and the interesting borderland between religion and therapy, where Naikan occupies an ambiguous by:   Psychology Definition of NAIKAN: is a Japanese therapy which emphasizes the importance of self-reflection on- what the client has received.

Morita Therapy. Developed by Japanese psychiatrist Shoma Morita in the early p art of the twentieth century, Morita Therap was influenced by the psychological principles of Zen Buddhism. His method was initially developed as a treatment for a type of anxiety neurosis called time the principles of his approach have been adapted to outpatient.

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Naikan is Japanese word that means “inside looking”, “introspection” or “seeing one’s self with the mind’s eye”. “Naikan” 内観 is a self-reflective form of meditation founded by Yoshimoto Ishin 吉本伊信 (–), who developed it from a lay Shin Buddhist practice called mishirabe身調べ.

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