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buddhist counselling

buddhist counselling

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buddhist counselling

Is Buddhist Counselling for you?

You may be:

• A dedicated Buddhist practitioner

• Deeply immersed in Buddhist philosophy

• Seeking an unconventional therapy method

• Interested in merging spirituality with psychological healing

• Intrigued by the potential of mindfulness and meditation in therapy

• Drawn to a comprehensive approach to mental well-being

Having a profound willingness to delve into the intricacies of your mind serves as the foundation in Buddhist Counselling.

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What is Buddhist Counselling?

Buddhist Counselling draws upon Buddhist psychology and thought to assist you in finding clarity and developing your own inner wisdom.

Buddhist Counselling is very similar to regular counselling – however your therapist is also trained in and currently has their own personal Buddhist practice – so can therefore communicate with you in terms you may understand.

Buddhist Psychology

Self-Care is an important component of caring for others.

Without a self-care plan, you may find yourself drained of energy, and the capacity to continue caring for others. Some individuals also report they feel guilty for taking the time out to care for themselves.

This is very common.

To continue caring for others, it is important to care for ourselves. Buddhist Counselling can provide a unique element to support your self-care practice.

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How does it work?

In brief, clients are encouraged to try to analyse the basic nature of their own problem, through understanding the true nature of their mind.

Once this is achieved, the ability to solve ones own problems becomes possible.

We become our own therapist.

We start to examine the nature of your consciousness through a Buddhist perspective, unraveling the origins of your thoughts and emotions, and nurturing mindfulness and compassion.

By weaving in Buddhist principles like impermanence, interconnectedness, and detachment, this therapeutic path aims to cultivate inner tranquility and reshape your relationship with your mental landscape.

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