How to do zen

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. (2019) Zen beyond mindfulness: using Buddhist and modern psychology for transformational practice [i]
  2. (2018) No recipe: cooking as spiritual practice [i]
  3. (2018) Clinical hypnosis, mindfulness and spirituality in palliative care [p] [d]
  4. (2018) The changing way of the bodhisattva: superheroes, saints, and social workers [i] [d]
  5. (2018) The Oxford handbook of Buddhist ethics [i] [d]
  6. (2018) The Routledge handbook of religious naturalism [i]
  7. (2018) Deepest practice, deepest wisdom: three fascicles from Shōbōgenzō with commentaries [i]
  8. (2018) Neuroscience and psychology of meditation in everyday life: searching for the essence of mind [i]
  9. (2018) Mindful self-hypnosis for self-care: an integrative model and illustrative case example [p] [d]
  10. (2018) No teacher of Zen [u]
  11. (2018) Attention to greatness: Buddhaghosa [i]
  12. (2018) Efficacy of neurofeedback on the increase of mindfulness-related capacities in healthy individuals: a controlled trial [d]
  13. (2018) The bodhisattva precepts [i] [d]
  14. (2018) Standing at the edge: finding freedom where fear and courage meet [i]
  15. (2018) Resilient: how to grow an unshakable core of calm, strength, and happiness [i]
  16. (2018) How to practice bearing witness [u]
  17. (2018) Ethics in Zen [i] [d]
  18. (2018) If you meet the Buddha on the road: Buddhism, politics, and violence [i] [d]
  19. (2018) Buddhism, war, and violence [i] [d]
  20. (2018) Charles Johnson: The art of fiction No. 239 [u]
  21. (2018) Buddhist environmental ethics: an emergent and contextual approach [i] [d]
  22. (2018) Zen Buddhist perspectives on religious naturalism [i]
  23. (2018) Training in tenderness: Buddhist teachings on tsewa, the radical openness of heart that can change the world [i]
  24. (2018) Suggestion as a potential mechanism in meditation [o] [u]
  25. (2018) Finding rest in the nature of the mind [i]
  26. (2018) Finding rest in meditation [i]
  27. (2018) Finding rest in illusion [i]
  28. (2018) Dharma Q/A: Why do I seek realization? [u]
  29. (2018) The psychology of moral judgment and perception in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist ethics [i] [d]
  30. (2018) Solitude as an approach to affective self-regulation [d]
  31. (2018) The mountains and waters sūtra: a practitioner's guide to Dōgen's Sansuikyō [i]
  32. (2018) Why religion and spirituality matter for public health: evidence, implications, and resources [i] [d]
  33. (2018) Language in the Buddhist tantra of Japan: Indic roots of mantra [i]
  34. (2018) On not capitalizing (on) the dharma [u]
  35. (2018) Being-time: a practitioner's guide to Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Uji [i]
  36. (2018) Incorporating mindfulness: questioning capitalism [d]
  37. (2018) Sedentary behavior associated with reduced medial temporal lobe thickness in middle-aged and older adults [p] [d]
  38. (2018) Trauma-sensitive mindfulness: practices for safe and transformative healing [i]
  39. (2018) Mind the hype: a critical evaluation and prescriptive agenda for research on mindfulness and meditation [p] [d]
  40. (2018) Ethics, meditation, and wisdom [i] [d]
  41. (2018) African American religious naturalism and the question of the human [i]
  42. (2018) The impact of mindfulness-based interventions on brain activity: a systematic review of functional magnetic resonance imaging studies [p] [d]
  43. (2017) Religion, social signaling, and health: a psychoneuroimmunological approach [d]
  44. (2017) Mechanisms of action in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in people with physical and/or psychological conditions: a systematic review [p] [d]
  45. (2017) Theories of the self, race, and essentialization in Buddhism in the United States during the 'Yellow Peril', 1899–1957 [u]
  46. (2017) Was Bo Diddley a buddha?: and other thoughts on the art of improvisation [u]
  47. (2017) Awe, the diminished self, and collective engagement: universals and cultural variations in the small self [p] [d]
  48. (2017) The system stinks: sources of inspiration for the Buddhist Peace Fellowship [d]
  49. (2017) Could we advance the science of religion (better) without the concept 'religion'? [d]
  50. (2017) Understanding contemplative practices from the perspective of dual-process theories [i]
  51. (2017) Reducing separateness with presence: how mindfulness catalyzes intergroup prosociality [i]
  52. (2017) Multiple religious belonging: conceptual advance or secularization denial? [d]
  53. (2017) Tradition's hidden economy [d]
  54. (2017) Syncretism 5.0: could design become a meta-religion for global communion? [i] [d]
  55. (2017) Gifts without givers: secular spirituality and metaphorical cognition [d]
  56. (2017) Buddhism and science as ethical discourse [i] [d]
  57. (2017) Seeing like the Buddha: enlightenment through film [i]
  58. (2017) The immediate and long-term effects of an intensive meditation retreat [d]
  59. (2017) What defines mindfulness-based programs?: the warp and the weft [p] [d]
  60. (2017) Buddhist modernism and Kant on enlightenment [i] [d]
  61. (2017) A mirror is for reflection: understanding Buddhist ethics [i] [d]
  62. (2017) Inserting meditation practices into psychotherapy: yes, but... [book review] [d]
  63. (2017) How mindfulness enhances self-control [i]
  64. (2017) Which facets of mindfulness protect individuals from the negative experiences of obsessive intrusive thoughts? [d]
  65. (2017) Buddhist philosophy: a comparative approach [i] [d]
  66. (2017) Distributed agency [i] [d]
  67. (2017) Mindfulness practice moderates the relationship between craving and substance use in a clinical sample [p] [d]
  68. (2017) Attending: medicine, mindfulness, and humanity [i]
  69. (2017) Positive emotion correlates of meditation practice: a comparison of mindfulness meditation and loving-kindness meditation [d]
  70. (2017) Which functions assumed to be religious and spiritual in nature are ultimately attributable or reducible to purely secular mechanisms? [d]
  71. (2017) Spiritually informed not-for-profit performance measurement [d]
  72. (2017) Attention, not self [i] [d]
  73. (2017) The self restated [d]
  74. (2017) The compassionate treatment of animals: a contemporary Buddhist approach in eastern Tibet [d]
  75. (2017) Why the Buddha did not discuss 'the problem of free will and determinism' [i]
  76. (2017/2018) When blossoms fall: a Zen guide for death & dying [u]
  77. (2017) The mindfulness practice, aesthetic experience, and creative democracy [d] [j] [u]
  78. (2017) Wisdom in context [d]
  79. (2017) Walk with me [o] [u]
  80. (2017) Buddhist modernities: re-inventing tradition in the globalizing modern world [i]
  81. (2017) Mindfulness meditation for chronic pain: systematic review and meta-analysis [p] [d]
  82. (2017) The flexibility hypothesis of healing [d]
  83. (2017) Why should any body have a self? [i]
  84. (2017) We've been here all along [Asian-American Buddhists] [u]
  85. (2017) Buddhism and sexual orientation [i] [d]
  86. (2017) John Dewey and an ecological philosophy of religion [u]
  87. (2017) The Oxford handbook of contemporary Buddhism [i] [d]
  88. (2017) Too early to tell: the potential impact and challenges—ethical and otherwise—inherent in the mainstreaming of dharma in an increasingly dystopian world [p] [d]
  89. (2017) Mindfulness in social psychology [i]
  90. (2017) Theoretical foundations to guide mindfulness meditation: a path to wisdom [d]
  91. (2017) On the good in Aristotle and early Buddhism: a response to Abraham Vélez [u]
  92. (2017) Beautiful bodhisattvas: the aesthetics of spiritual exemplarity [d]
  93. (2017) Right speech is not always gentle: the Buddha's authorization of sharp criticism, its rationale, limits, and possible applications [u]
  94. (2017) Capital punishment: a Buddhist critique [u]
  95. (2017) How will you die? [u]
  96. (2017) Advances in contemplative psychotherapy: accelerating healing and transformation [i]
  97. (2017) Zen and the art of living mindfully: the health-enhancing potential of Zen aesthetics [p] [d]
  98. (2017) The power of suggestion: posthypnotically induced changes in the temporal binding of intentional action outcomes [p] [d]
  99. (2017) Concentration vs. spaciousness in zazen [u]
  100. (2017) How is awe connected to wisdom? [u]
  101. (2017) Handbook of Zen, mindfulness, and behavioral health [i] [d]
  102. (2017) Mutualistic cooperation: why religion is common but saints are rare [d]
  103. (2017) A vision for the farther reaches of spirituality: a phenomenologically based model of spiritual development and growth [d]
  104. (2017) Embodying change: Buddhism and feminist philosophy [i] [d]
  105. (2017) In defense of non-reactive attitudes [d]
  106. (2017) The moral arc of mindfulness: cultivating concentration, wisdom, and compassion [i] [d]
  107. (2017) Practitioner's guide to ethics and mindfulness-based interventions [i] [d]
  108. (2017) A brief mindfulness practice increases self-reported calmness in young children: a pilot study [d]
  109. (2017) Buddhist origins of mindfulness meditation [i]
  110. (2017) Remembrance of things to come: a conversation between Zen and neuroscience on the predictive nature of the mind [d]
  111. (2017) Trauma, meaning, and spirituality: translating research into clinical practice [i]
  112. (2017) The primacy of social support [in religion] [d]
  113. (2017) Discerning devotion: testing the signaling theory of religion [d]
  114. (2017) Buddhist perspectives on free will: agentless agency? [i]
  115. (2017) Keeping the faith [u]
  116. (2017) Virtue, positive psychology, and religion: consideration of an overarching virtue and an underpinning mechanism [d]
  117. (2017) How does religious experience work in predictive minds? [d]
  118. (2017) Buddhist insight meditation (vipassanā) and Jon Kabat-Zinn's 'mindfulness-based stress reduction': an example of dedifferentiation of religion and medicine? [d]
  119. (2017) The scope and limits of secular Buddhism: Watanabe Kaikyoku (1868–1912) and the Japanese New Buddhist 'discovery of society' [i] [u]
  120. (2017) From me to we: revolutionising mindfulness in schools [d]
  121. (2017) Buddhism and gender [i] [d]
  122. (2017) Buddhist encounters with diversity [i] [d]
  123. (2017) The neuroscience of mindfulness meditation: how the body and mind work together to change our behaviour [i] [d]
  124. (2017) Hypnosis and top-down regulation of consciousness [p] [d]
  125. (2017) Native hermeneutics: reverse typology and remythologization, or: The theological genius of Black Elk's dual participation [d] [j] [u]
  126. (2017) The supreme medicine of exchanging self-enclosure for altruism [i]
  127. (2017) The subject's matter: self-consciousness and the body [i]
  128. (2017) Every breath you take: physiology and the ecology of knowing in meditative practice [d]
  129. (2017) 'Religion' is complex and diverse [d]
  130. (2017) Experienced wholeness: integrating insights from Gestalt theory, cognitive neuroscience, and predictive processing [i]
  131. (2017) The nature of religious diversity: a cultural ecosystem approach [d]
  132. (2017) Space, time, and the limits of human understanding [i] [d]
  133. (2017) The varieties of self-transcendent experience [d]
  134. (2017) Buddhism in the age of #BlackLivesMatter [u]
  135. (2017) The Oxford handbook of secularism [i] [d]
  136. (2016) Mindfully facing disease and death: compassionate advice from early Buddhist texts [i]
  137. (2016) A storied sage: canon and creation in the making of a Japanese Buddha [i] [d]
  138. (2016) Mindfulness and performance [i] [d]
  139. (2016) How mindfulness training may help to reduce vulnerability for recurrent depression: a neuroscientific perspective [d]
  140. (2016) Imagine no religion: how modern abstractions hide ancient realities [i] [d] [j]
  141. (2016) Creative cognition and brain network dynamics [p] [d]
  142. (2016) The Buddha's teachings on social and communal harmony: an anthology of discourses from the Pāli Canon [i]
  143. (2016) An embracing thought: contemporary Sōtō interpretations of hishiryō [d]
  144. (2016) Flow and peak experiences [and hypnosis] [i]
  145. (2016) Don't get lost in your own story [u]
  146. (2016) Organizational innovation [in religion] [i] [d]
  147. (2016) The political potential of mindful embodiment [d]
  148. (2016) Effect of mindfulness-based stress reduction vs cognitive behavioral therapy or usual care on back pain and functional limitations in adults with chronic low back pain: a randomized clinical trial [p] [d]
  149. (2016) Individual differences in affective states during meditation [d]
  150. (2016) Inside Vasubandhu's Yogācāra: a practitioner's guide [i]
  151. (2016) Personality systems, spirituality, and existential well-being: a person-centered perspective [d]
  152. (2016) Cognitive processes are central in compassion meditation [p] [d]
  153. (2016) Self-compassion in psychotherapy: mindfulness-based practices for healing and transformation [i]
  154. (2016) On the way to mindfulness: how a focus on outcomes (even good outcomes) prevents good outcomes [i] [d]
  155. (2016) Ten ox-herding images [i]
  156. (2016) Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy: innovative applications [i] [d]
  157. (2016) How can physics underlie the mind?: top-down causation in the human context [i] [d]
  158. (2016) Critical mindfulness: exploring Langerian models [i] [d]
  159. (2016) What is Zen?: plain talk for a beginner's mind [i]
  160. (2016) Teaching individuals in chronic pain [mindfulness] [i] [d]
  161. (2016) Increasing cognitive-emotional flexibility with meditation and hypnosis: the cognitive neuroscience of de-automatization [i]
  162. (2016) Stars at dawn: forgotten stories of women in the Buddha's life [i]
  163. (2016) Rethinking individuality: the dialectics of the holobiont [d]
  164. (2016) Mindfulness meditation modulates the conscious experience of pain: a neuroscientific account [i]
  165. (2016) The false comfort of the familiar [u]
  166. (2016) Dead man's float [i]
  167. (2016) Mindfulness & acceptance for treating eating disorders & weight concerns: evidence-based interventions [i]
  168. (2016) Drawing the boundaries between 'religion' and 'secular' in psychotherapists' approaches to Buddhist traditions in the United States [d]
  169. (2016) Emotion in therapy: from science to practice [i]
  170. (2016) Healing the heart and mind with mindfulness: ancient path, present moment [i]
  171. (2016) As opioid prescribing guidelines tighten, mindfulness meditation holds promise for pain relief [p] [d]
  172. (2016) Updating the Vinaya: formulating Buddhist monastic laws and pure rules in contemporary Korea [d]
  173. (2016) Introducing chaplaincy to Japanese society: a religious practice in public space [d]
  174. (2016) Assessing the relationships among wisdom, humility, and life satisfaction [d]
  175. (2016) Efficacy of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in prevention of depressive relapse: an individual patient data meta-analysis from randomized trials [p] [d]
  176. (2016) Against one method: contemplation in context [i] [d]
  177. (2016) Teaching Buddhism: new insights on understanding and presenting the traditions [i] [d]
  178. (2016) How not to freak out [u]
  179. (2016) Buddhist revivalist movements: comparing Zen Buddhism and the Thai forest movement [i] [d]
  180. (2016) Illusory temporal binding in meditators [p] [d]
  181. (2016) Cure: a journey into the science of mind over body [i]
  182. (2016) 'Meditation is good for nothing': leisure as a democratic practice [d]
  183. (2016) Resources for teaching mindfulness: an international handbook [i] [d]
  184. (2016) Hard lessons learned: tracking changes in media presentations of religion and religious aid mobilization after the 1995 and 2011 disasters in Japan [u]
  185. (2016) Equanimity and the moral virtue of open-mindedness [u]
  186. (2016) A thousand hands: a guidebook to caring for your Buddhist community [i]
  187. (2016) The construct of mindfulness amidst and along conceptions of rationality [i] [d]
  188. (2016) The meditator's dilemma: an innovative approach to overcoming obstacles and revitalizing your practice [i]
  189. (2016) Immersive brain entrainment in virtual worlds: actualizing meditative states [i] [d]
  190. (2016) Hypnosis and mindfulness: the twain finally meet [p] [d]
  191. (2016) The mindful self in space and time [i] [d]
  192. (2016) Beyond mindfulness: expanding integration of spirituality and religion into psychotherapy [d]
  193. (2016) Handbook of mindfulness: culture, context, and social engagement [i] [d]
  194. (2016) The awakening body: somatic meditation for discovering our deepest life [i]
  195. (2016) Hypnosis and meditation: towards an integrative science of conscious planes [i]
  196. (2016) Mindfulness within the full range of Buddhist and Asian meditative practices [i] [d]
  197. (2016) The training anthology of Śāntideva: a translation of the Śikṣā-samuccaya [i]
  198. (2016) Handbook of mindfulness in education [i] [d]
  199. (2016) Religion and subjective well-being: Western and Eastern religious groups achieved subjective well-being in different ways [p] [d]
  200. (2016) Towards a sociological framework of religious syncretism in the United States [d]
  201. (2016) Enlightenment is not for the Buddha alone [i] [d]
  202. (2016) Vegetarianism and animal ethics in contemporary Buddhism [i]
  203. (2016) Mindfulness in organizations: a cross-level review [d]
  204. (2016) Maneuvering difficult emotional terrain in psychotherapy: a Buddhist-informed conceptual framework [d]
  205. (2016) Mindfulness meditation improves emotion regulation and reduces drug abuse [p] [d]
  206. (2016) Buddhist psychology and cognitive-behavioral therapy: a clinician's guide [i]
  207. (2016) Neither bereavement nor grief: coping with the death of a cherished person in the Cunda-sutta [d]
  208. (2016) Mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic low back pain: similar effects on mindfulness, catastrophizing, self-efficacy, and acceptance in a randomized controlled trial [p] [d]
  209. (2016) The brain on silent: mind wandering, mindful awareness, and states of mental tranquility [p] [d]
  210. (2016) Teaching Yogācāra Buddhism using cognitive science [i] [d]
  211. (2016) Don't be a jerk and other practical advice from Dōgen, Japan's greatest Zen master: a radical but reverent paraphrasing of Dōgen's Treasury of the true dharma eye [i]
  212. (2016) The artistry of therapy and Zen practice [d]
  213. (2016) Black lives and sacred humanity: toward an African American religious naturalism [i] [d] [j]
  214. (2016) Thinking about you: perspective taking, perceived restraint, and performance [i] [d]
  215. (2016) Does consciousness disappear in dreamless sleep? [p] [d]
  216. (2016) What is Buddhist enlightenment? [i] [d]
  217. (2016) Enlightenment and the practice of meditative reading [i] [d]
  218. (2016) The heart of the fight: a couple's guide to 15 common fights, what they really mean, & how they can bring you closer [i]
  219. (2016) Handbook of religion and society [i] [d]
  220. (2016) The ergonomics of ethics [i] [d]
  221. (2016) Suggesting mindfulness: reflections on the uneasy relationship between mindfulness and hypnosis [i]
  222. (2016) Great doubt: practicing Zen in the world [i]
  223. (2016) Mindfulness meditation-based pain relief: a mechanistic account [p] [d]
  224. (2016) Deleuze and Zen: an interological adventure [d] [u]
  225. (2016) One practice samādhi [or: Constantly sitting samādhi] [i]
  226. (2016) The Buddha is donkeys and horses [u]
  227. (2016) Emptiness and omnipresence: an essential introduction to Tiantai Buddhism [i]
  228. (2015) Vanishing into things: knowledge in Chinese tradition [i]
  229. (2015) The influence of Buddhist meditation traditions on the autonomic system and attention [p] [d]
  230. (2015) Compassion and emptiness in early Buddhist meditation [i]
  231. (2015) World suffering and quality of life [i] [d]
  232. (2015) Providing spiritual and emotional care in response to disaster [i] [d]
  233. (2015) Attention: feedback focuses a wandering mind [p] [d]
  234. (2015) How to live well with chronic pain and illness: a mindful guide [i]
  235. (2015) Beyond the Judeo-Christian tradition?: restoring America Indian religion to twentieth-century U.S. history [i]
  236. (2015) Cognitive defusion in practice: a clinician's guide to assessing, observing, and supporting change in your client [i]
  237. (2015) The practice of zazen as ritual performance [i]
  238. (2015) Right concentration: a practical guide to the jhānas [i]
  239. (2015) Me, myself, and I: self-referent word use as an indicator of self-focused attention in relation to depression and anxiety [p] [d]
  240. (2015) Handbook of mindfulness: theory, research, and practice [i]
  241. (2015) Nothing holy about it: the Zen of being just who you are [i]
  242. (2015) The evolution of spiritual assessment tools in healthcare [d]
  243. (2015) Learning love from a tiger: approaches to nature in an American Buddhist monastery [d]
  244. (2015) Mindfulness-integrated CBT for well-being and personal growth: four steps to enhance inner calm, self-confidence and relationships [i] [d]
  245. (2015) The scientific study of coma and related states [i] [d]
  246. (2015) The skillful means of engaged research [i] [d]
  247. (2015) Automatic control of negative emotions: evidence that structured practice increases the efficiency of emotion regulation [p] [d]
  248. (2015) Surfing uncertainty: prediction, action, and the embodied mind [i]
  249. (2015) Institutional change in American religion [i] [d]
  250. (2015) Buddhist concepts as implicitly reducing prejudice and increasing prosociality [p] [d]
  251. (2015) Breaking our addiction to problem solving [u]
  252. (2015) Why humans need therapy [i]
  253. (2015) Reconstructing and deconstructing the self: cognitive mechanisms in meditation practice [p] [d]
  254. (2015) Closed-loop training of attention with real-time brain imaging [p] [d]
  255. (2015) Moving beyond mindfulness: defining equanimity as an outcome measure in meditation and contemplative research [d]
  256. (2015) Prospects for a clinical science of mindfulness-based intervention [p] [d]
  257. (2015) Collaborative developmental action inquiry [i] [d]
  258. (2015) Interoception, contemplative practice, and health [p] [d]
  259. (2015) Clinging to nothing: the phenomenology and metaphysics of upādāna in early Buddhism [d]
  260. (2015) Making sense of suffering: insights from Buddhism and critical social science [i] [d]
  261. (2015) A duet for one [p] [d]
  262. (2015) What's the use of consciousness?: how the stab of conscience made us really conscious [i] [d]
  263. (2015) Neuroenhancement: how mental training and meditation can promote epistemic virtue [i] [d]
  264. (2015) Atheism, wellbeing, and the wager: why not believing in God (with others) is good for you [d]
  265. (2015) Non-duality and the integration of mindfulness into psychotherapy: qualitative research with meditating therapists [d]
  266. (2015) Effortless self-control: a novel perspective on response conflict strategies in trait self-control [d]
  267. (2015) Buddhist moral philosophy: an introduction [i]
  268. (2015) Enactment of home practice following mindfulness-based relapse prevention and its association with substance-use outcomes [p] [d]
  269. (2015) Seeds for a boundless life: Zen teachings from the heart [i]
  270. (2015) Respecting ourselves [i]
  271. (2015) Respecting things [i]
  272. (2015) Good evening, bodhisattvas [i] [u]
  273. (2015) The psychology of desire [i]
  274. (2015) Metacognitive skill development and applied systems science: a framework of metacognitive skills, self-regulatory functions and real-world applications [i] [d]
  275. (2015) Metacognition: fundaments, applications, and trends [i] [d]
  276. (2015) The neural correlates of consciousness: causes, confounds and constituents [i] [d]
  277. (2015) Spiritually bilingual: Buddhist Christians and the process of dual religious belonging [d]
  278. (2015) The triumph of narcissism: Theravāda Buddhist meditation in the marketplace [d]
  279. (2015) Do meditators have higher awareness of their intentions to act? [d]
  280. (2015) Zen and the art of sex: examining associations among mindfulness, sexual satisfaction, and relationship satisfaction in dating relationships [d]
  281. (2015) Natural awareness: the discovery of authentic being in the rDzogs chen tradition [d]
  282. (2015) Accounting and happiness [d]
  283. (2015) Metacognitive education: going beyond critical thinking [i] [d]
  284. (2015) The five degrees [i]
  285. (2015) Just this is it: Dongshan and the practice of suchness [i]
  286. (2015) Through the flames: overcoming disaster through compassion, patience, and determination [i]
  287. (2015) The ability to live with incongruence: aintegration—the concept and its operationalization [d]
  288. (2015) Meditative dialogue: tuning in to the music of family therapy [d]
  289. (2015) Mindfulness meditation reduces implicit age and race bias: the role of reduced automaticity of responding [d]
  290. (2015) Debatable truths: what Buddhist argumentation reveals about critical thinking [d]
  291. (2015) Investigating the phenomenological matrix of mindfulness-related practices from a neurocognitive perspective [p] [d]
  292. (2015) Promoting radical openness and flexible control [i]
  293. (2015) Mindful capability [d]
  294. (2015) The way of tenderness: awakening through race, sexuality, and gender [i]
  295. (2015) Freedom in words: the art of copying [u]
  296. (2015) The fertile ground of zazen [u]
  297. (2015) Cultivating intention (as we enter the fray): the skillful practice of embodying presence, awareness and purpose as action researchers [i] [d]
  298. (2015) The application of mindfulness for interpersonal dependency: effects of a brief intervention [d]
  299. (2015) Mādhyamikas on the moral benefits of a self: Buddhist ethics and personhood [d]
  300. (2015) Buddhist therapies of the emotions and the psychology of moral improvement [u]
  301. (2015) Metabolizing anger: a Tantric Buddhist solution to the problem of moral anger [d]
  302. (2015) Ethics in Buddhist training [d]
  303. (2015) The constitution of phenomenal consciousness: toward a science and theory [i]
  304. (2015) Ritual participation and interreligious dialogue: boundaries, transgressions, and innovations [i]
  305. (2015) The soul fallacy: what science shows we gain from letting go of our soul beliefs [i]
  306. (2015) Assessing a Buddhist treatment for bereavement and loss: the Mustard Seed Project [p] [d]
  307. (2015) Mindfulness as medicine: a story of healing body and spirit [i]
  308. (2015) Solution-oriented spirituality: connection, wholeness, and possibility for therapist and client [i]
  309. (2015) Sadness: the wound of love [u]
  310. (2015) Handbook of mindfulness and self-regulation [i] [d]
  311. (2015) Evoking equanimity: silent interaction rituals in Vipassana meditation retreats [d]
  312. (2015) Grounding desire and motivated behavior: a theoretical framework and review of empirical evidence [i]
  313. (2015) Bodhicitta and charity: a comparison [d]
  314. (2015) The psychology of compassion and cruelty: understanding the emotional, spiritual, and religious influences [i]
  315. (2015) None of the above: the catuṣkoṭi in Indian Buddhist logic [i] [d]
  316. (2015) Clearing the muddled path of traditional and contemporary mindfulness: a response to Monteiro, Musten, and Compson [d]
  317. (2015) The myth of the present moment [d]
  318. (2015) Mindfulness revisited: a Buddhist-based conceptualization [d]
  319. (2015) Four noble truths as tasks [u]
  320. (2015) Attentional development [i] [d]
  321. (2015) A rhetoric of nonviolence: the Dalai Lama's 1989 Nobel Peace Prize lecture [d]
  322. (2015) Stages of the Buddha's teachings: three key texts [i]
  323. (2015) Strand of jewels: my teachers' essential guidance on dzogchen: heartfelt and straightforward [i]
  324. (2015) Interdependence: biology and beyond [i]
  325. (2015) Action research in a problem avoiding culture using a Buddhist systems methodology [d]
  326. (2015) Buddhist foundations of mindfulness [i] [d]
  327. (2015) Towards a comparative anthropology of the Buddhist gift (and other transfers) [d]
  328. (2015) Spirituality and making meaning: implications for therapy with trauma survivors [i] [d]
  329. (2015) This present moment: new poems [i]
  330. (2015) Dialogues in a dream [i]
  331. (2015) The roots of goodness and resistance to evil: inclusive caring, moral courage, altruism born of suffering, active bystandership, and heroism [i]
  332. (2015) Inside this moment: a clinician's guide to promoting radical change using acceptance and commitment therapy [i]
  333. (2015) Calm and smart?: a selective review of meditation effects on decision making [p] [d]
  334. (2015) Cognitive complexity, religious cognition, cognitive development, and religious judgment: an empirical study of relationships amongst 'normal' and 'gifted' young people [d]
  335. (2015) Religion, spirituality, and the working alliance with trauma survivors [i] [d]
  336. (2015) Good and well: the case for secular Buddhist ethics [d]
  337. (2015) Mindfulness training in primary schools decreases negative affect and increases meta-cognition in children [p] [d]
  338. (2015) Spiritual & religious competencies in clinical practice: guidelines for psychotherapists & mental health professionals [i]
  339. (2015) From ethics to aesthetics: a reconsideration of Buddhist monastic rules in the light of Michel Foucault's work on ethics [d]
  340. (2015) Joy within tranquility: Amazonian Urarina styles of happiness [d] [u]
  341. (2015) Spiritually oriented psychotherapy for trauma [i] [d]
  342. (2015) Paths from trauma to intrapersonal strength: worldview, posttraumatic growth, and wisdom [d]
  343. (2015) Subjective expansion of extended time-spans in experienced meditators [p] [d]
  344. (2015) The power of one sentient being: the computer simulation of a bodhisattva's altruism using agent-based modelling [d]
  345. (2015/2017) The mind illuminated: integrating Buddhist wisdom and brain science for greater mindfulness [i]
  346. (2014) The role of the teacher in mindfulness-based approaches: a qualitative study [d]
  347. (2014) Arousal vs. relaxation: a comparison of the neurophysiological and cognitive correlates of Vajrayana and Theravada meditative practices [p] [d]
  348. (2014) The Hīnayāna fallacy [u]
  349. (2014) Ethics policies and reconcilation procedures for Ancient Dragon Zen Gate [u]
  350. (2014) Reconsidering personal epistemology as metacognition: a multifaceted approach to the analysis of epistemic thinking [d]
  351. (2014) Distant neighbors: the selected letters of Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder [i]
  352. (2014) Satisfaction with life and character strengths of non-religious and religious people: it's practicing one's religion that makes the difference [p] [d]
  353. (2014) Japanese tree burial: ecology, kinship and the culture of death [i]
  354. (2014) Mindful anger: a pathway to emotional freedom [i]
  355. (2014) Awakening is not a metaphor: the effects of Buddhist meditation practices on basic wakefulness [p] [d]
  356. (2014) 'Hidden in plain sight': the significance of religion and spirituality in secular organizations [d]
  357. (2014) Beyond borderline personality disorder: the mindful brain [d]
  358. (2014) Buddhism, science, and the truth about karma [d]
  359. (2014) Meditation, trauma and suffering in silence: raising questions about how meditation is taught and practiced in western contexts in the light of a contemporary trauma resiliency model [d]
  360. (2014) Inside the grass hut: living Shitou's classic Zen poem [i]
  361. (2014) Consciousness and the brain: deciphering how the brain codes our thoughts [i]
  362. (2014) Mind, brain and the path to happiness: a guide to Buddhist mind training and the neuroscience of meditation [i]
  363. (2014) Mindfulness and sustainability [d]
  364. (2014) Sit with less pain: gentle yoga for meditators and everyone else [i]
  365. (2014) From comrades to bodhisattvas: moral dimensions of lay Buddhist practice in contemporary China [i] [d] [j]
  366. (2014) Metacognitive facilitation of spontaneous thought processes: when metacognition helps the wandering mind find its way [i] [d]
  367. (2014) Are thoughts private? [u]
  368. (2014) Effect of kindness-based meditation on health and well-being: a systematic review and meta-analysis [p] [d]
  369. (2014) Participative citizenship in a pluralistic democracy [i]
  370. (2014) Potential self-regulatory mechanisms of yoga for psychological health [p] [d]
  371. (2014) The pursuit of happiness and the traditions of wisdom [i] [d]
  372. (2014) Paving the great way: Vasubandhu's unifying Buddhist philosophy [i]
  373. (2014) Religious diversity—what's the problem?: Buddhist advice for flourishing with religious diversity [i]
  374. (2014) No mud, no lotus: the art of transforming suffering [i]
  375. (2014) Unfathomable depths: drawing wisdom for today from a classical Zen poem [i]
  376. (2014) Turning the light around and shining back (ekō henshō) [u]
  377. (2014) Public Zen, personal Zen: a Buddhist introduction [i]
  378. (2014) Enabling positive change: flow and complexity in daily experience [i] [d]
  379. (2014) An inexhaustible storehouse for an insurmountable debt: a Buddhist reading of reparations [i]
  380. (2014) Buddhist responses to globalization [i]
  381. (2014) The influence of religion on coping and adaptation of families who have children with disabilities: a comparison of Christianity and Buddhism using the double ABCX model [d]
  382. (2014) The role of deterrence in Buddhist peace-building [u]
  383. (2014) Religion and spirituality across cultures [i] [d]
  384. (2014) Identity and the hybridity of modern finance: how a specifically modern concept of the self underlies the modern ownership of property, trusts and finance [d]
  385. (2014) Serving with spirit: an integrative model of workplace spirituality within service organizations [d]
  386. (2014) Group vs. single mindfulness meditation: exploring avoidance, impulsivity, and weight management in two separate mindfulness meditation settings [d]
  387. (2014) Buddha's daughters: teachings from women who are shaping Buddhism in the West [i]
  388. (2014) All the rage: Buddhist wisdom on anger and acceptance [i]
  389. (2014) Joyful giving [u]
  390. (2014) Effortless mindfulness: genuine mental health through awakened presence [i]
  391. (2014) Turning confusion into clarity: a guide to the foundation practices of Tibetan Buddhism [i]
  392. (2014) The virtues of ingenuity: reasoning and arguing without bias [d]
  393. (2014) Emotion, somatovisceral afference, and autonomic regulation [d]
  394. (2014) Most intimate: a Zen approach to life's challenges [i]
  395. (2014) Act well to be well: the promise of changing personality states to promote well-being [i] [d]
  396. (2014) The path from metaphor to narrative: Gampopa's Jewel ornament of liberation [u]
  397. (2014) Cognitive style and religiosity: the role of conflict detection [p] [d]
  398. (2014) Anger and moral judgment [d]
  399. (2014) A history of religion in 5 1/2 objects: bringing the spiritual to its senses [i]
  400. (2014) Sitting together: essential skills for mindfulness-based psychotherapy [i]
  401. (2014) Staging Zen Buddhism: image creation in contemporary films [d]
  402. (2014) Talk for Carl Myosen's memorial [u]
  403. (2014) The procrastination wheel of suffering [u]
  404. (2014/2016) A plea for the animals: the moral, philosophical, and evolutionary imperative to treat all beings with compassion [i]
  405. (2014) Phenomenology of positive change: personal growth [i] [d]
  406. (2014) Impact of mindfulness training on attentional control and anger regulation processes for psychotherapists in training [p] [d]
  407. (2014) Guardians of the Earth: teaching children to care for all living things [i] [d]
  408. (2014) Philosophy and the study of religions: a manifesto [i]
  409. (2014) More mindfulness, less meditation [u]
  410. (2014) The contemporary relevance of Buddha [d]
  411. (2014) Mindfulness of death [d]
  412. (2014) The gospel according to Deleuze [i]
  413. (2014) The grace in aging: awaken as you grow older [i]
  414. (2014) Nobody home: writing, Buddhism, and living in places [i]
  415. (2014) Swimming against the stream?: mindfulness as a psychosocial research methodology [d]
  416. (2014) Mindfulness in context: a historical discourse analysis [d]
  417. (2014) Interbeing and the 'ethical echo' of Levinas: exploring communication ethics beyond willed agency [d]
  418. (2014) Why we may not find intentions in the brain [d]
  419. (2014) Mapping modalities of self-awareness in mindfulness practice: a potential mechanism for clarifying habits of mind [d]
  420. (2014) How does mindfulness reduce anxiety, depression, and stress?: an exploratory examination of change processes in wait-list controlled mindfulness meditation training [d]
  421. (2014) Mindfulness and schema therapy: a practical guide [i] [d]
  422. (2014) Mindful ignorance [i] [d]
  423. (2014) Perspective: the calm within the storm [i]
  424. (2013) Monotonous tasks require self-control because they interfere with endogenous reward [d]
  425. (2013) The sacred is the profane: the political nature of 'religion' [i] [d]
  426. (2013) The garden of meeting and speaking [u]
  427. (2013) Relaxation response induces temporal transcriptome changes in energy metabolism, insulin secretion and inflammatory pathways [d]
  428. (2013) The Madhyama āgama (middle-length discourses) [i]
  429. (2013) Transformational turning points in the process of liberation [d]
  430. (2013) Quiet beauty: Japanese gardens of North America [i]
  431. (2013) The hidden lamp: stories from twenty-five centuries of awakened women [i]
  432. (2013) The straight path to healing: using motivational interviewing to address spiritual bypass [d]
  433. (2013) What makes people healthy, happy, and fulfilled in the face of current world challenges? [p] [d]
  434. (2013) Conceptualizing and experiencing compassion [p] [d]
  435. (2013) Monitoring mindfulness practice quality: an important consideration in mindfulness practice [d]
  436. (2013) Mindfulness as a transtheoretical clinical process [p] [d]
  437. (2013) Effects of pre-session centering for therapists on session presence and effectiveness [d]
  438. (2013) Fuzzy pluralism: the case of Buddhism and Islam [u]
  439. (2013) A companion to Buddhist philosophy [i] [d]
  440. (2013) The scientific study of personal wisdom: from contemplative traditions to neuroscience [i] [d]
  441. (2013) Training in compassion: Zen teachings on the practice of Lojong [i]
  442. (2013) Meditation in the wild: Buddhism's origin in the heart of nature [i]
  443. (2013) Real-time fMRI links subjective experience with brain activity during focused attention [p] [d]
  444. (2013) Effortless awareness: using real time neurofeedback to investigate correlates of posterior cingulate cortex activity in meditators' self-report [p] [d]
  445. (2013) Mindfulness: a practical guide to awakening [i]
  446. (2013) Label, state, path: three functions of Buddhist identity [u]
  447. (2013) Happiness is best kept stable: positive emotion variability is associated with poorer psychological health [d]
  448. (2013) Philosophy as a way of life: ancients and moderns: essays in honor of Pierre Hadot [i] [d]
  449. (2013) The art of communicating [i]
  450. (2013) Zen battles: modern commentary on the teachings of Master Linji [i]
  451. (2013) Hardwiring happiness: the new brain science of contentment, calm, and confidence [i]
  452. (2013) Mind the gap in mindfulness research: a comparative account of the leading schools of thought [d]
  453. (2013/2014) Religion is etiquette in the real world [i]
  454. (2013/2014) Food, sex and strangers: understanding religion as everyday life [i]
  455. (2013) The forerunner of all things: Buddhaghosa on mind, intention, and agency [i] [d]
  456. (2013) Therapist stories of inspiration, passion, and renewal: what's love got to do with it? [i]
  457. (2013) John Dewey and the ethics of historical belief: religion and the representation of the past [i]
  458. (2013) Spiritual-differentiation [i]
  459. (2013) Spirituality in counseling and psychotherapy: an integrative approach that empowers clients [i]
  460. (2013) Mindfulness and de-automatization [d]
  461. (2013) The invisible robe: a comparative study of lay and priest practice in the American Sōtō Zen lineage of Shunryū Suzuki [o]
  462. (2013) Commitment to a purpose in life: an antidote to the suffering by individuals with social anxiety disorder [d]
  463. (2013) Living in the shadow of the cross: understanding and resisting the power and privilege of Christian hegemony [i]
  464. (2013) Learning to modulate one's own brain activity: the effect of spontaneous mental strategies [p] [d]
  465. (2013) East meets West: toward a universal ethic of virtue for global business [d]
  466. (2013) Belief buddies versus critical communities: the social organization of pseudoscience [i] [d]
  467. (2013) Buddhist-inspired meditation increases the value of calm [d]
  468. (2013) Neurocognitive and somatic components of temperature increases during g-tummo meditation: legend and reality [p] [d]
  469. (2013) The open hand: arguing as an art of peace [i]
  470. (2013) Know yourself, forget yourself: five truths to transform your work, relationships, and everyday life [i]
  471. (2013) Using suggestion to modulate automatic processes: from Stroop to McGurk and beyond [d]
  472. (2013) Ecological knowledge reduces religious release of invasive species [d]
  473. (2013) Accompanying: pathways to social change [i]
  474. (2013) Japanese philosophy as a lens on Greco-European thought [u]
  475. (2013) Zazen and the four wheels of the chariot [u]
  476. (2013) Living within the Buddhist precepts [u]
  477. (2013) Student says to the master, 'Do I need therapy?' [u]
  478. (2013) Of mottos and morals: simple words for complex virtues [i]
  479. (2013) What have religious groups done after 3.11?: part 1: a brief survey of religious mobilization after the great east Japan earthquake disasters [d]
  480. (2013) What have religious groups done after 3.11?: part 2: from religious mobilization to 'spiritual care' [d]
  481. (2013) Equanimity and intimacy: a Buddhist-feminist approach to the elimination of bias [d]
  482. (2013) The costs and benefits of mind-wandering: a review [d]
  483. (2013) Mindful relationships [d]
  484. (2013) Toward a unifying taxonomy and definition for meditation [p] [d]
  485. (2013) 'I' without 'I am': on the presence of subjectivity in early Buddhism, in the light of transcendental phenomenology [u]
  486. (2013) Before religion: a history of a modern concept [i] [d]
  487. (2013) Researching religion: the iconographic elicitation method [d]
  488. (2013) APA handbook of psychology, religion, and spirituality [i]
  489. (2013) Humanity and life as the perpetual maintenance of specific efforts: a reappraisal of animism [i] [d]
  490. (2013) 'What do I know?': scholastic fallacies and pragmatic religiosity in mental health-seeking behaviour in India [d]
  491. (2013) The manifestation of simplicity [u]
  492. (2013/2015) Altruism: the power of compassion to change yourself and the world [i]
  493. (2013) The sisters of mindfulness [p] [d]
  494. (2013) Comparing mindfulness-based intervention strategies: differential effects of sitting meditation, body scan, and mindful yoga [d]
  495. (2013) Leading from the emerging future: from ego-system to eco-system economies [i]
  496. (2013) Mindfulness and other Buddhist-derived interventions in correctional settings: a systematic review [d]
  497. (2013) The top ten mistakes made by meditation practitioners [u]
  498. (2013) Feeling relational: the use of Buddhist mediation in restorative practices [o]
  499. (2013) From a disconnected society to an interconnected society [j]
  500. (2013) Learning wisdom through geographical dislocations [d]
  501. (2013) Stalking nirvana: the Native American (Red Path) Zen way [i] [u]
  502. (2013) Practise what you preach: counsellors' experience of practising Buddhist counselling in Thailand [d]
  503. (2013) Meditation, mindfulness and executive control: the importance of emotional acceptance and brain-based performance monitoring [d]
  504. (2013) The ethics of Śaṅkara and Śantideva: a selfless response to an illusory world [i]
  505. (2013) The neural basis of free will: criterial causation [i]
  506. (2013) Relevance, meaning and the cognitive science of wisdom [i] [d]
  507. (2013) On sort of knowing: the Daoist unhewn [d]
  508. (2013) The use of mindfulness practice in the treatment of a case of obsessive compulsive disorder in Sri Lanka [d]
  509. (2013) Deafening silence, unexpected gifts [u]
  510. (2013) The relation between intelligence and religiosity: a meta-analysis and some proposed explanations [d]
  511. (2012) The open path: recognizing nondual awareness [i]
  512. (2012) The third turning of the wheel: wisdom of the Saṃdhinirmocana sūtra [i]
  513. (2012) Yoga for meditators: poses to support your sitting practice [i]
  514. (2012) Religion on the edge: de-centering and re-centering the sociology of religion [i] [d]
  515. (2012) The numerical discourses of the Buddha: a translation of the Aṅguttara Nikāya [i]
  516. (2012) Environmental concern, moral education and our place in nature [d]
  517. (2012) How convenient!: the epistemic rationale of self-validating belief systems [d]
  518. (2012) True refuge: finding peace and freedom in your own awakened heart [i]
  519. (2012) The Dude and the Zen master [i]
  520. (2012) The credit illusion [u]
  521. (2012) Spreading order: religion, cooperative niche construction, and risky coordination problems [d]
  522. (2012) Receiving the marrow: teachings on Dōgen by Sōtō Zen women priests [i]
  523. (2012) Religious people discount the future less [d]
  524. (2012) Bringing life to completion: reflections on living deeply and ending life well [i]
  525. (2012) The limits of the Buddhist embrace of science: commentary on 'Compassion, ethics, and neuroscience: neuroethics through Buddhist eyes' [p] [d]
  526. (2012) Signs of spiritual progress [u]
  527. (2012) Life without the story line [i]
  528. (2012) Living beautifully with uncertainty and change [i]
  529. (2012) The unity of art and life: the synthesis concept of Fluxus and Zen [u]
  530. (2012) Buddhism as a value source in the course of new identity and lifestyle formation in the Czech Republic [d]
  531. (2012) Perceiving reality: consciousness, intentionality, and cognition in Buddhist philosophy [i]
  532. (2012) Competence in teaching mindfulness-based courses: concepts, development and assessment [d]
  533. (2012) Mindfulness-based stress reduction training reduces loneliness and pro-inflammatory gene expression in older adults: a small randomized controlled trial [p] [d]
  534. (2012) Effects of mindful-attention and compassion meditation training on amygdala response to emotional stimuli in an ordinary, non-meditative state [d]
  535. (2012) Walking in beauty: an American Indian perspective on social justice [d]
  536. (2012) Unlocking the emotional brain: eliminating symptoms at their roots using memory reconsolidation [i]
  537. (2012) Even the downhearted may be uplifted: moral elevation in the daily life of clinically depressed and anxious adults [d]
  538. (2012) Epistemological parallels between the Nikāyas and the Upaniṣads [u]
  539. (2012) Explorations of silence in the religious rituals of Buddhists and Quakers [d]
  540. (2012) Buddhism, punishment, and reconciliation [u]
  541. (2012) Mindfulness and bodily distress [p]
  542. (2012) The importance of religion: meaning and action in our strange world [i]
  543. (2012) Two hands [u]
  544. (2012) Death competence: an ethical imperative [d]
  545. (2012) Buddhist individuals and inward empathy [i]
  546. (2012) Mindfulness and acceptance in couple and family therapy [i] [d]
  547. (2012) Therapeutic presence: a mindful approach to effective therapy [i]
  548. (2012) The time of the explicating process [i]
  549. (2012) Implicit precision [i]
  550. (2012) Wisdom and compassion in psychotherapy: deepening mindfulness in clinical practice [i]
  551. (2012) Scientific cognition: human centered but not human bound [d]
  552. (2012) A symbiotic view of life: we have never been individuals [p] [d]
  553. (2012) The arts of contemplative care: pioneering voices in Buddhist chaplaincy and pastoral work [i]
  554. (2012) Doing gesture promotes learning a mental transformation task better than seeing gesture [d]
  555. (2012) The moral dyad: a fundamental template unifying moral judgment [d]
  556. (2012) You are already enlightened [u]
  557. (2012) Good citizens: creating enlightened society [i]
  558. (2012) Fear: essential wisdom for getting through the storm [i]
  559. (2012) Manipulations of attention enhance self-regulation [d]
  560. (2012) Meditation is not enough: chaplaincy training for Buddhists [i]
  561. (2012) Rest is not idleness: implications of the brain's default mode for human development and education [d]
  562. (2012) Gestures alter thinking about time [i] [u]
  563. (2012) Postural assessment [i]
  564. (2012) Managing people 'spiritually': a Bourdieusian critique [d]
  565. (2012) Whether, when, and how is spirituality related to well-being?: moving beyond single occasion questionnaires to understanding daily process [d]
  566. (2012) What is systemic about systemic therapy?: therapy models muddle embodied systemic practice [d]
  567. (2012) Mindfulness as a potential means of attenuating anger and aggression for prospective criminal justice professionals [d]
  568. (2012) Contemplative/emotion training reduces negative emotional behavior and promotes prosocial responses [d]
  569. (2012) Alterity and the particular limits of universalism: comparing Jewish-Israeli Holocaust and Canadian-Cambodian genocide legacies [d]
  570. (2012) Cultivating an appropriate response: educational foundations for Buddhist chaplains and pastoral care providers [i]
  571. (2012) Distributed cognitive agency in virtue epistemology [d]
  572. (2012) The agile mind [i]
  573. (2012) Boosting wisdom: distance from the self enhances wise reasoning, attitudes, and behavior [d]
  574. (2012) Mindfulness, time affluence, and journey-based affect: exploring relationships [d]
  575. (2012) Collective wisdom: principles and mechanisms [i] [d]
  576. (2012) Distinct neural activity associated with focused-attention meditation and loving-kindness meditation [d]
  577. (2012) Meditation and the startle response: a case study [p] [d]
  578. (2012) The influence of traditional Buddhist wildlife release on biological invasions [d]
  579. (2012) Sustainable happiness: the mind science of well-being, altruism, and inspiration [i]
  580. (2012) Patience: the art of peaceful living [i]
  581. (2012) Zen and the creative management of dilemmas [d]
  582. (2012) Building capacity for environmental engagement and leadership: an ecosocial work perspective [d]
  583. (2012) Compassion in Buddhist psychology [i]
  584. (2012) Happiness and the good life [i] [d]
  585. (2012) Rethinking occupational deprivation and boredom [d]
  586. (2012) Life is uncertain; death is certain: Buddhism and palliative care [p] [d]
  587. (2012) The impact of Zen meditation on security and satisfaction in monogamous relationships [d]
  588. (2012) The role of mindfulness and psychological flexibility in somatization, depression, anxiety, and general psychological distress in a nonclinical college sample [d]
  589. (2012) Intersections of Buddhism and secularity [i]
  590. (2012) The enchanted secular: Buddhism and the emergence of transtraditional 'spirituality' [j]
  591. (2012) Individual differences in reappraisal ability: links to reappraisal frequency, well-being, and cognitive control [d]
  592. (2012) Emotions, ethics, and choice: lessons from Tsongkhapa [u]
  593. (2012) Everything that is not a belief is true [i]
  594. (2012) Being Buddha at work: 108 ancient truths on change, stress, money, and success [i]
  595. (2012) From habituality to change: contribution of activity theory and pragmatism to practice theories [d]
  596. (2012) Regular, brief mindfulness meditation practice improves electrophysiological markers of attentional control [d]
  597. (2012) Preaching to the converted: D.T. Suzuki's Zen Buddhism as a case study of a microsociological model of translation [d]
  598. (2012) Do nothing!: how to stop overmanaging and become a great leader [i]
  599. (2012) Strong mindfulness: integrating mindfulness and character strengths [d]
  600. (2012) Living by vow: a practical introduction to eight essential zen chants and texts [i]
  601. (2012) What would John Dewey say about deliberative democracy and democratic experimentalism? [d]
  602. (2012) Fractal journeys: narrative structure of the path and of tantric practice [u]
  603. (2012) Attentional networks and consciousness [d]
  604. (2012) Legitimation mechanisms as third-dimension power practices: the case of the Shakers [d]
  605. (2012) Transformative art: art as means for long-term neurocognitive change [d]
  606. (2012) Turning pro: tap your inner power and create your life's work [i]
  607. (2012) Dongshan's five ranks [u]
  608. (2012) A serviceable mind is clear seeing [u]
  609. (2012) Learning from the body about the mind [d]
  610. (2012) The essential role of ritual in the transmission and reinforcement of social norms [p] [d]
  611. (2012) Sūtra of the Brahma net: Rocana Buddha pronounces the chapter on the bodhisattva precepts arising from the mind ground [i] [u]
  612. (2012) Bodhisattva precepts: selected Mahāyāna sūtras [i]
  613. (2012) Therapist mindfulness, alliance and treatment outcome [d]
  614. (2012) Making tea in place: experiences of women engaged in a Japanese tea ceremony [d]
  615. (2012) Buddhism and religious diversity [i]
  616. (2012) Awake in the anthropocene [d]
  617. (2012) Complexity and extended phenomenological–cognitive systems [d]
  618. (2012) Questions about Red Path Zen [u]
  619. (2012) How Theravāda is Theravāda?: exploring Buddhist identities [i]
  620. (2012) Escalation and mindfulness [d]
  621. (2012) Japan's contribution to modern global Buddhism: the World's Parliament of Religions revisited [j]
  622. (2012) Sky above, great wind: the life and poetry of Zen Master Ryōkan [i]
  623. (2012) What makes you not a Buddhist?: a preliminary mapping of values [d]
  624. (2012) Born for this [u]
  625. (2012) Buddhism and violence: militarism and Buddhism in modern Asia [i]
  626. (2012) Handbook of self-knowledge [i]
  627. (2012) The Western reception of Buddhism as a psychological and ethical system: developments, dialogues, and perspectives [d]
  628. (2012) Buddhist epistemology and economics: deconstructing dysfunctional delusions [u]
  629. (2012) Meaning of life: exploring the relation between economics and religion [d]
  630. (2012) Happiness in Navajos (diné ba' hózhó) [i] [d]
  631. (2012) For indigenous minds only: a decolonization handbook [i]
  632. (2012) Neurodecolonization: using mindfulness practices to delete the neural networks of colonialism [i]
  633. (2012) The crucible of religion: culture, civilization, and affirmation of life [i]
  634. (2012) The dilemma of the wounded healer [p] [d]
  635. (2012) Spinoza and the self-overcoming of solipsism [d]
  636. (2011) Reasonable atheism: a moral case for respectful disbelief [i]
  637. (2011) Free will as recursive self-prediction: does a deterministic mechanism reduce responsibility? [i]
  638. (2011) The cloud of knowing: blurring the difference with China [d]
  639. (2011) Living in seclusion and facing fear: the Ekottarika-āgama counterpart to the Bhayabherava-sutta [i] [u]
  640. (2011) Right view and the scheme of the four truths in early Buddhism: the Saṃyukta-āgama parallel to the Sammādiṭṭhi-sutta and the simile of the four skills of a physician [u]
  641. (2011) Subversive spiritualities: how rituals enact the world [i] [d]
  642. (2011) Many entities, no identity [d]
  643. (2011) The practices of happiness: political economy, religion and wellbeing [i]
  644. (2011) The evolution of religion: how cognitive by-products, adaptive learning heuristics, ritual displays, and group competition generate deep commitments to prosocial religions [d]
  645. (2011) Mindfulness, openness to experience, and transformational learning [i] [d]
  646. (2011) Willpower: rediscovering the greatest human strength [i]
  647. (2011) The Buddha as a fully functioning person: toward a person-centered perspective on mindfulness [d]
  648. (2011) The art of contemplative and mindfulness practice: incorporating the findings of neuroscience into pastoral care and counseling [d]
  649. (2011) Does effort matter in mindful parenting? [d]
  650. (2011) The Palgrave handbook of spirituality and business [i] [d]
  651. (2011) A cooperative species: human reciprocity and its evolution [i]
  652. (2011) True belonging: mindful practices to help you overcome loneliness, connect with others, and cultivate happiness [i]
  653. (2011) 'Pray for those who mistreat you': effects of prayer on anger and aggression [d]
  654. (2011) Meditation experience is associated with differences in default mode network activity and connectivity [d]
  655. (2011) Money: the global power of an illusion: a Buddhist perspective [i] [u]
  656. (2011) Fire monks: Zen mind meets wildfire at the gates of Tassajara [i]
  657. (2011) Spirituality, religion, and emotional labor in the workplace [d]
  658. (2011) Exposure and reorganization: the what and how of effective psychotherapy [d]
  659. (2011) The opacity of mind: an integrative theory of self-knowledge [i] [d]
  660. (2011) Nonverbal affective phenomena revisited [d]
  661. (2011) Mindfulness-based approaches: are they all the same? [d]
  662. (2011) Complexity: against systems [d]
  663. (2011) A way of being: bringing mindfulness into individual therapy [d]
  664. (2011) Habits of transformation [d]
  665. (2011) Self-centeredness and selflessness: a theory of self-based psychological functioning and its consequences for happiness [d]
  666. (2011) Paying attention to mindfulness and its effects on task performance in the workplace [d]
  667. (2011) What are the benefits of mindfulness?: a practice review of psychotherapy-related research [d]
  668. (2011) Experimental and theoretical approaches to conscious processing [d]
  669. (2011) Fear is only as deep as the mind allows: a coordinate-based meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on the regulation of negative affect [d]
  670. (2011) Is there a role for contemporary practices of askesis in supporting a transition to sustainable consumption? [d]
  671. (2011) Health care providers' mindfulness and treatment outcomes: a critical review of the research literature [d]
  672. (2011) One life, five precepts: Buddhist ethics for modern living [i]
  673. (2011) Buddhism as a stronghold of free thinking?: social, ethical and philosophical dimensions of Buddhism [i] [u]
  674. (2011) Philosophical delusion and its therapy: outline of a philosophical revolution [i]
  675. (2011) Envy up, scorn down: how status divides us [i]
  676. (2011) The bodhisattva's brain: Buddhism naturalized [i]
  677. (2011) The relation of emotions to placebo responses [d]
  678. (2011) Are things that are hard to physically move also hard to imagine moving? [d]
  679. (2011) The art of mindful walking: meditations on the path [i]
  680. (2011) Human nature, buddha nature: an interview with John Welwood [u]
  681. (2011) Humans and the soil [d]
  682. (2011) The phenomenon of Jewish Buddhists in light of the history of Jewish suffering [d]
  683. (2011) Rediscovering Buddhist wisdom [i]
  684. (2011) Debt: the first 5,000 years [i]
  685. (2011) 'Consumption' [d]
  686. (2011) A non-elaborative mental stance and decoupling of executive and pain-related cortices predicts low pain sensitivity in Zen meditators [d]
  687. (2011) Oxford guide to imagery in cognitive therapy [i] [d]
  688. (2011) Plants as persons: a philosophical botany [i]
  689. (2011) Being of two minds: switching mindsets exhausts self-regulatory resources [d]
  690. (2011) Moral maturation and moral conation: a capacity approach to explaining moral thought and action [d]
  691. (2011) Negation as a means for emotion regulation?: startle reflex modulation during processing of negated emotional words [d]
  692. (2011) Acceptance and mindfulness in cognitive behavior therapy: understanding and applying the new therapies [i] [d]
  693. (2011) Dharma: its early history in law, religion, and narrative [i] [d]
  694. (2011) How does mindfulness meditation work?: proposing mechanisms of action from a conceptual and neural perspective [d]
  695. (2011) Mindfulness practice leads to increases in regional brain gray matter density [d]
  696. (2011) Relations among mindfulness, achievement-related self-regulation, and achievement emotions [d]
  697. (2011) Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i]
  698. (2011) Reframing placebo in research and practice [d]
  699. (2011) Countercurrents from the West: 'blue-eyed' Zen masters, vipassanā meditation, and Buddhist psychotherapy in contemporary Korea [d]
  700. (2011) Some reflections on the origins of MBSR, skillful means, and the trouble with maps [d]
  701. (2011) Placebo studies and ritual theory: a comparative analysis of Navajo, acupuncture and biomedical healing [d]
  702. (2011) Military careers and Buddhist ethics [d]
  703. (2011) Call to compassion: reflections on animal advocacy from the world's religions [i]
  704. (2011) Mindfulness: a way of cultivating deep respect for emotions [d]
  705. (2011) Spirituality: an overlooked predictor of placebo effects? [d]
  706. (2011) Therapeutic work with the present moment: a comparative conversation analysis of existential and cognitive therapies [d]
  707. (2011) Two problems with 'self-deception': no 'self' and no 'deception' [d]
  708. (2011) Life satisfaction, openness value, self-transcendence, and wisdom [d]
  709. (2011) Taxonomic counts of cognition in the wild [d]
  710. (2011) Zen questions: zazen, Dōgen, and the spirit of creative inquiry [i]
  711. (2011) Religious experiences, transformative paths and religious goals [d]
  712. (2011/2013) Ethnic identity and religious competition: Buddhism and shamanism in southern Siberia [i]
  713. (2011) Religiousness, spirituality, and psychological distress in Taiwan [d]
  714. (2011) Sources of spiritual well-being in advanced cancer [d]
  715. (2011) A mirror revealing the crucial points: advice on the ultimate meaning [u]
  716. (2011) Everything is its own reward [i]
  717. (2011) Psychotherapists' spiritual, religious, atheist or agnostic identity and their practice of psychotherapy: a grounded theory study [d]
  718. (2011/2012) Samsara [i] [u]
  719. (2011) Religion, clubs, and emergent social divides [d]
  720. (2011) The 'non-cuttable' space in between: context, boundaries and their natural fluidity [d]
  721. (2011) The meditative dynamics of the early Buddhist appamāṇas [u]
  722. (2011) Psychological flexibility mediates the relations between self-concealment and negative psychological outcomes [d]
  723. (2011) Could EFT have saved the Buddha's marriage?: a reflection on Beckerman and Sarracco [d]
  724. (2011) Mindfulness, self-care, and wellness in social work: effects of contemplative training [d]
  725. (2011) The placebo effect and the autonomic nervous system: evidence for an intimate relationship [d]
  726. (2011) Mature transformations in adulthood facilitated by psychotherapy and spiritual practice [i] [d]
  727. (2011/2015) How traditions live and die [i]
  728. (2011) Emotion regulation and well-being [i] [d]
  729. (2011) The construction of mindfulness [d]
  730. (2011) Becoming a mensch: timeless Talmudic ethics for everyone [i]
  731. (2011) Addiction and responsibility [i]
  732. (2011) A mixed self: the role of symbiosis in development [d]
  733. (2011) The two truths [u]
  734. (2011) Buddhist ethics in impermanence [i]
  735. (2011) Space cannot be cut—why self-identity naturally includes neighbourhood [d]
  736. (2011) Death acceptance through ritual [d]
  737. (2011) A life course approach to the development of mental skills [d]
  738. (2011) The emotional affordances of forest settings: an investigation in boys with extreme behavioural problems [d]
  739. (2011) Bonds of the dead: temples, burial, and the transformation of contemporary Japanese Buddhism [i] [d]
  740. (2011) Enhanced response inhibition during intensive meditation training predicts improvements in self-reported adaptive socioemotional functioning [p] [d]
  741. (2011) Daily dynamics of personal identity and self-concept clarity [d]
  742. (2011) How are you feeling? [u]
  743. (2011) Perplexities of consciousness [i]
  744. (2011) Mindfulness, subjective well-being, and social work: insight into their interconnection from social work practitioners [d]
  745. (2011) Kinds of environments—a framework for reflecting on the possible contours of a better world [d]
  746. (2011) Agonistic intimacy and moral aspiration in popular Hinduism: a study in the political theology of the neighbor [d]
  747. (2011) Morning prayer [and Red Path Zen] [u]
  748. (2011) On the nature of concepts [d]
  749. (2011) Dis(appearance): earth, ethics and apparently (in)significant others [u]
  750. (2011) Wise up: creating organizational wisdom through an ethic of kaitiakitanga [d]
  751. (2011) Networks of the brain [i]
  752. (2011) Mindful argument, Deweyan pragmatism, and the ideal of democracy [o]
  753. (2011) Self-compassion, self-regulation, and health [d]
  754. (2011) More than belief: a materialist theory of religion [i]
  755. (2011) Materialist spirituality? [d]
  756. (2011) Fixing our focus: training attention to regulate emotion [d]
  757. (2011) Applying Buddhist practices to advocacy: the advocacy–serving model [d]
  758. (2011) Doing and being: mindfulness, health, and quiet ego characteristics among Buddhist practitioners [d]
  759. (2011) Open source church: making room for the wisdom of all [i]
  760. (2011) Taking emergence seriously: the centrality of circular causality for dynamic systems approaches to development [d]
  761. (2011) A cucumber for a cow: a theoretical exploration of the causes and consequences of religious hypocrisy [d]
  762. (2011) Mindfulness and hypnosis: the power of suggestion to transform experience [i]
  763. (2011) Ethical principles and economic transformation—a Buddhist approach [i] [d]
  764. (2010) Are older adults wiser than college students?: a comparison of two age cohorts [d]
  765. (2010) Analyzing negative experiences without ruminating: the role of self-distancing in enabling adaptive self-reflection [d]
  766. (2010) Assessing mindfulness & acceptance processes in clients: illuminating the theory & practice of change [i]
  767. (2010) The circle way: a leader in every chair [i]
  768. (2010) Awakening joy: 10 steps that will put you on the road to real happiness [i]
  769. (2010) Integrating a One Health approach in education to address global health and sustainability challenges [d]
  770. (2010) On the vices of nominalization and the virtues of contextualizing [i]
  771. (2010) Zen and behavior analysis [p] [d]
  772. (2010) How to be sick: a Buddhist-inspired guide for the chronically ill and their caregivers [i]
  773. (2010) A moment dead, a moment alive: how a situational personhood emerges in the vegetative state in an Israeli hospital unit [d]
  774. (2010) Immunizing strategies and epistemic defense mechanisms [d]
  775. (2010) We are sunlight-animated stardust [u]
  776. (2010) Effortless attention: a new perspective in the cognitive science of attention and action [i]
  777. (2010) Every day is a good day: the visual art of John Cage [i]
  778. (2010) Can compassionate practice also be good legal practice?: answers from the lives of Buddhist lawyers [u]
  779. (2010) Philosophy as therapeia [i]
  780. (2010) Helpful and hindering events in psychotherapy: a practice research network study [d]
  781. (2010) 'I am insubstantial in the universe. But in the universe, there is nothing which is not me': toward a Chan ecocriticism, ecology, and the experience of film [j]
  782. (2010) Buddhism, Taoism, folk religions, and rebellions: empirical evidence from Taiwan [d]
  783. (2010) Functional neural correlates of mindfulness meditations in comparison with psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy and placebo effect: is there a link? [d]
  784. (2010) Deconstructing mindfulness and constructing mental health: understanding mindfulness and its mechanisms of action [d]
  785. (2010) Meditation in modern Buddhism: renunciation and change in Thai monastic life [i] [d]
  786. (2010) The sentient self [d]
  787. (2010) Reverence in healing: honoring strengths without trivializing suffering [i]
  788. (2010) Strange fires, weird smokes and psychoactive combustibles: entheogens and incense in ancient traditions [d]
  789. (2010) Be love now: the path of the heart [i]
  790. (2010) Agnostic meditations on Buddhist meditation [d]
  791. (2010) Practical poetry: Thich Nhat Hanh and the cultivation of a problem-oriented officer [d]
  792. (2010) Treasury of the true dharma eye: Zen master Dōgen's Shōbō genzō [i]
  793. (2010) Kinds and dimensions of mindfulness: why it is important to distinguish them [d]
  794. (2010) Talk on Buddhist ethics [u]
  795. (2010) Translating spiritual ideals into daily life: the eight-point program of passage meditation [i]
  796. (2010) Shaping the coherent self: a moral achievement [d]
  797. (2010) Incorporating the concept of mindfulness in informal outdoor education settings [d]
  798. (2010) On non-harming [u]
  799. (2010) Relational aspects of mindfulness: implications for the practice of marriage and family therapy [d]
  800. (2010) Mindfulness training modifies cognitive, affective, and physiological mechanisms implicated in alcohol dependence: results of a randomized controlled pilot trial [d]
  801. (2010) Compassionate, spiritual, and creative listening in teaching and learning [u]
  802. (2010) The compassionate mind: a new approach to life's challenges [i]
  803. (2010) Compassion focused therapy: distinctive features [i]
  804. (2010) Increasing leadership integrity through mind training and embodied learning [d]
  805. (2010) Medical analogies in Buddhist and Hellenistic thought: tranquillity and anger [d]
  806. (2010) Beyond beliefs: religions bind individuals into moral communities [d]
  807. (2010) Religion that heals, religion that harms: a guide for clinical practice [i]
  808. (2010) Savor: mindful eating, mindful life [i]
  809. (2010) The four ariya-saccas as 'true realities for the spiritually ennobled'—the painful, its origin, its cessation, and the way going to this—rather than 'noble truths' concerning these [u]
  810. (2010/2011) An analysis of factors related to the kusala/akusala quality of actions in the Pāli tradition [u]
  811. (2010) Suffering in a productive world: chronic illness, visibility, and the space beyond agency [d]
  812. (2010) Zen in the workplace: applying anti-structure to enhance structure [u]
  813. (2010) Markets, religion, community size, and the evolution of fairness and punishment [d]
  814. (2010) Two Buddhisms, three Buddhisms, and racism [u]
  815. (2010) Meditation as medicine: a critique [d]
  816. (2010) Using spiritually modified cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients wrestling with depression: a promising intervention for some older adults [d]
  817. (2010) The effect of mindfulness-based therapy on anxiety and depression: a meta-analytic review [d]
  818. (2010) Challenging anthropocentric analysis of visual data: a relational materialist methodological approach to educational research [d]
  819. (2010) Buddhist warfare [i]
  820. (2010) Wisdom—a neuroscience perspective [d]
  821. (2010) Assessing flexible leadership as a mastery of opposites [d]
  822. (2010) Psychological flexibility as a fundamental aspect of health [d]
  823. (2010) A wandering mind is an unhappy mind [d]
  824. (2010) Living with the dragon: acting ethically in a world of unintended consequences [i]
  825. (2010) Why religion's burdens are light: from religiosity to implicit self-regulation [d]
  826. (2010) When blood and bones cry out: journeys through the soundscape of healing and reconciliation [i]
  827. (2010) Insufficient emotion: soul-searching by a former indicter of strong emotions [d]
  828. (2010) Replenishing the earth: spiritual values for healing ourselves and the world [i]
  829. (2010) Mindful parenting and care involvement of fathers of children with intellectual disabilities [d]
  830. (2010) What is intimacy in Zen? [u]
  831. (2010) The market approach to the rise of the Geluk school, 1419–1642 [d]
  832. (2010) Teaching mindfulness: a practical guide for clinicians and educators [i] [d]
  833. (2010) Reactive approach motivation (RAM) for religion [d]
  834. (2010) Liberating anger, embodying knowledge: a comparative study of María Lugones and Zen Master Hakuin [d]
  835. (2010) The mind in context [i]
  836. (2010) Mindfulness: significant common confusions [d]
  837. (2010) Thinking in Indian: a John Mohawk reader [i]
  838. (2010) Lessons in spiritual leadership from Kenyan women [d]
  839. (2010) Realizing Genjōkōan: the key to Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō [i]
  840. (2010) Similarity in diversity?: four shared functions of contemplative practice systems [i]
  841. (2010) Wisdom (hikmah) as a holistic basis for inter-religious education [i] [d]
  842. (2010) Too much sitting: the population-health science of sedentary behavior [d]
  843. (2010) Non-interference and awareness [d]
  844. (2010) Dewey and pragmatic religious naturalism [i] [d]
  845. (2010) Nature and culture: rebuilding lost connections [i]
  846. (2010) Contemplative practices in action: spirituality, meditation, and health [i]
  847. (2010) Adding Deleuze to the mix [d]
  848. (2010) Voices of experienced meditators: the impact of meditation practice on intimate relationships [d]
  849. (2010) Can't control yourself?: monitor those bad habits [p] [d]
  850. (2010) Religious belonging and the multiple [d]
  851. (2010) Identifying and integrating helpful and harmful religious beliefs into psychotherapy [p] [d]
  852. (2010) Contributions of attentional control to socioemotional and academic development [d]
  853. (2010) The problem of ritual efficacy [i]
  854. (2010) Seeing ourselves: what vision can teach us about metacognition [i]
  855. (2010) The cow in the parking lot: a zen approach to overcoming anger [i]
  856. (2010) The psychotherapist's path: psychotherapy practice as Buddhist practice [u]
  857. (2010) Mindful consumption: a customer-centric approach to sustainability [d]
  858. (2010) Two cups of tea: building community through self-compassion [u]
  859. (2010) Stop overreacting: effective strategies for calming your emotions [i]
  860. (2010) The etiquette of freedom: Gary Snyder, Jim Harrison, and The practice of the wild [i]
  861. (2010) Standard observances of the Sōtō Zen School [o] [u]
  862. (2010) American Buddhism as a way of life [i]
  863. (2010) Toward a Deweyan theory of communicative mindfulness [d]
  864. (2010) Zen and the transformation of emotional and physical stress into well being [i]
  865. (2010) Enough!: a Buddhist approach to finding release from addictive patterns [i]
  866. (2010) Skill in questions: how the Buddha taught [o] [u]
  867. (2010) Developmental action inquiry: a distinct integral theory that actually integrates developmental theory, practice, and research [i]
  868. (2010) Focused attention, open monitoring and automatic self-transcending: categories to organize meditations from Vedic, Buddhist and Chinese traditions [p] [d]
  869. (2010) Religion and psychiatry: beyond boundaries [i]
  870. (2010) Dimensions of intersubjectivity in Mahāyāna-Buddhism and relational psychoanalysis [d]
  871. (2010) Bridging Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism with virtue ethics [i] [d]
  872. (2010) The right to inquire into the religious [i] [d]
  873. (2010) Novelty as a dimension in the affective brain [d]
  874. (2010) Twelve examples of illusion [i]
  875. (2010) Zen birding [i] [u]
  876. (2010) Hypnosis, mindfulness, and acceptance: artful integration [i]
  877. (2010) 'A dharma of place': evolving aesthetics and cultivating community in an American Zen garden [i]
  878. (2010) Mind-body interventions to reduce risk for health disparities related to stress and strength among African American women: the potential of mindfulness-based stress reduction, loving-kindness, and the NTU therapeutic framework [d]
  879. (2010) Energy every day [i]
  880. (2010) Effects of brief and sham mindfulness meditation on mood and cardiovascular variables [p] [d]
  881. (2010) Mindfulness meditation improves cognition: evidence of brief mental training [d]
  882. (2009) Viriya [o] [u]
  883. (2009) Emotional creativity: toward 'spiritualizing the passions' [i] [d]
  884. (2009) Embracing the icon: the feminist potential of the trans bodhisattva, Kuan Yin [d]
  885. (2009) The Oxford companion to consciousness [i] [d]
  886. (2009) Mindful eating: a guide to rediscovering a healthy and joyful relationship with food [i]
  887. (2009) Species extinction and the vice of thoughtlessness: the importance of spiritual exercises for learning virtue [d]
  888. (2009) Nature, space, and the sacred: transdisciplinary perspectives [i]
  889. (2009) 'Liking' and 'wanting' food rewards: brain substrates and roles in eating disorders [d]
  890. (2009) Dissecting components of reward: 'liking', 'wanting', and learning [d]
  891. (2009) In the face of fear: Buddhist wisdom for challenging times [i]
  892. (2009) Learning without error [i] [d]
  893. (2009) The Sarvodaya Shramadana movement of Sri Lanka: the elephant moves and we begin to understand the whole [d]
  894. (2009) Yoga breathing, meditation, and longevity [d]
  895. (2009) The complete Tassajara cookbook: recipes, techniques, and reflections from the famed Zen kitchen [i]
  896. (2009) Integrating modern neuroscience and physiology with Indo-Tibetan yogic science [i]
  897. (2009) Meditation (Vipassana) and the P3a event-related brain potential [d]
  898. (2009) Zen meditation: an integration of current evidence [d]
  899. (2009) Taking the leap: freeing ourselves from old habits and fears [i]
  900. (2009) Stress and disorders of the stress system [d]
  901. (2009/2013) Mediation and meditation: the deeper middle way [i] [u]
  902. (2009) No harm in a little gossip, right? [u]
  903. (2009) Compassion and mindfulness in research among colleagues [d]
  904. (2009) Hermeneutic analysis of virtuous exemplar narratives of Cambodian-American Buddhists and Christians [d]
  905. (2009) Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy: distinctive features [i]
  906. (2009) The wayfinders: why ancient wisdom matters in the modern world [i]
  907. (2009) Religion, spirituality, and positive psychology in adulthood: a developmental view [d]
  908. (2009) The effect of mindfulness on heart rate control [d]
  909. (2009) Mindfulness and rumination: does mindfulness training lead to reductions in the ruminative thinking associated with depression? [p] [d]
  910. (2009) Clinical handbook of mindfulness [i] [d]
  911. (2009) Can meditation slow rate of cellular aging?: cognitive stress, mindfulness, and telomeres [d]
  912. (2009) Seeking our place in the web of life: animals and human spirituality [d]
  913. (2009) Positive affects and the transformation of suffering into flourishing [d]
  914. (2009) Emotion and recognition at work: energy, vitality, pleasure, truth, desire, and the emergent phenomenology of transformational experience [i]
  915. (2009) The healing power of emotion: affective neuroscience, development, and clinical practice [i]
  916. (2009) Rapt: attention and the focused life [i]
  917. (2009) The water falls but the waterfall does not fall: new perspectives on objects, processes and events [d]
  918. (2009) The mindfulness solution to pain: step-by-step techniques for chronic pain management [i]
  919. (2009) Envisioning a future contemplative science of mindfulness: fruitful methods and new content for the next wave of research [d]
  920. (2009) Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  921. (2009) Emotional memory, mindfulness and compassion [i] [d]
  922. (2009) Executive coaching: a real world perspective from a real-life coaching practitioner [u]
  923. (2009) Living on the edge: shifting between nonconscious and conscious goal pursuit [i]
  924. (2009) What the Buddha thought [i]
  925. (2009) Consequences of compassion: an interpretation and defense of Buddhist ethics [i]
  926. (2009) Pain sensitivity and analgesic effects of mindful states in Zen meditators: a cross-sectional study [d]
  927. (2009) The present alone is our happiness: conversations with Jeannie Carlier and Arnold I. Davidson [i]
  928. (2009) You are here: discovering the magic of the present moment [i]
  929. (2009) Buddha's brain: the practical neuroscience of happiness, love & wisdom [i]
  930. (2009) 'Your cell will teach you everything': old wisdom, modern science, and the art of attention [d] [j]
  931. (2009) The culture of our thinking in relation to spirituality [i]
  932. (2009) The Śūraṅgama sūtra: a new translation [i]
  933. (2009) Point, line and counterpoint: from environment to fluid space [i] [d]
  934. (2009) The wedge and the knot: hammering and stitching the face of Nature [i]
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  1106. (2007) Let go: a Buddhist guide to breaking free of habits [i]
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  1236. (2006) Teaching counselors self-care through mindfulness practices [u]
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  1245. (2006) Knowing yourself: mindfulness [i]
  1246. (2006) The handbook of spiritual development in childhood and adolescence [i]
  1247. (2006) Disenchanting the rhetoric: human uniqueness and human responsibility [d]
  1248. (2006) The engaged spiritual life: a Buddhist approach to transforming ourselves and the world [i]
  1249. (2006) Let the brain explain the mind: the case of attention [d]
  1250. (2006) Acceptance, surrender, and nonduality: response to Sara Weber [d]
  1251. (2006) Staying whole in a fragmented world: one Afro-Caribbean social worker's journey through wholeness—a psycho-spiritual perspective [d]
  1252. (2006) Being Buddhist in Western Europe: cognitive needs, prosocial character, and values [d]
  1253. (2006) A long and winding road: Soto Zen training in America [d]
  1254. (2006) A key to the profound essential points: a meditation guide to 'Parting from the four clingings' [i]
  1255. (2006) Buddhist goddesses of India [i]
  1256. (2006) How to increase and sustain positive emotion: the effects of expressing gratitude and visualizing best possible selves [d]
  1257. (2006) Mindful staff increase learning and reduce aggression in adults with developmental disabilities [d]
  1258. (2006) The importance of feeling whole: learning to 'feel connected', community, and adult development [i]
  1259. (2006) Self: ancient and modern insights about individuality, life, and death [i]
  1260. (2006) The politics of shamanism and the limits of fear [u]
  1261. (2006) Eight verses on mind training [i]
  1262. (2006) The emotional coherence of religion [i]
  1263. (2006) Reconciliation, right and wrong [o] [u]
  1264. (2006) Untangling the present: the role of appropriate attention [o] [u]
  1265. (2006) To what ends?: psychotherapy goals and outcomes, the good life, and the principle of beneficence [d]
  1266. (2006) Illness: an opportunity for spiritual growth [d]
  1267. (2006) Tibetan meditation: practical teachings and step-by-step exercises on how to live in harmony, peace, and happiness [i]
  1268. (2006/2013) Original perfection: Vairotsana's five early transmissions [i]
  1269. (2006) Mental balance and well-being: building bridges between Buddhism and Western psychology [d]
  1270. (2006) Detached mindfulness in cognitive therapy: a metacognitive analysis and ten techniques [d]
  1271. (2006/2010) Searching for the self in Buddhist traditions [i] [d]
  1272. (2006) Frequent social comparisons and destructive emotions and behaviors: the dark side of social comparisons [d]
  1273. (2006) The half-second delay: what follows? [d]
  1274. (2006) Overcoming the illusion of will and self-fabrication: going beyond naïve subjective personal introspection to an unconscious/conscious theory of behavior explanation [d]
  1275. (2006) Knowledge for what?: the Buddhist concept of learning in the Śūraṅgama sūtra [d]
  1276. (2006) There are no degrees in a bodhisattva's compassion [d]
  1277. (2006) Love and knowledge: recovering the heart of learning through contemplation [u]
  1278. (2005) Empathy, psychotherapy integration, and meditation: a Buddhist contribution to the common factors movement [d]
  1279. (2005) The ethics of intercultural travel: Thomas Merton's Asian pilgrimage and orientalism [d]
  1280. (2005) The four immeasurable attitudes in Hīnayāna, Mahāyāna, and Bön [u]
  1281. (2005) Waking up together: intimate partnership on the spiritual path [i]
  1282. (2005) In the Buddha's words: an anthology of discourses from the Pāli canon [i] [u]
  1283. (2005) Who ordered this truckload of dung?: inspiring stories for welcoming life's difficulties [i]
  1284. (2005) No time to lose: a timely guide to the way of the bodhisattva [i]
  1285. (2005) Getting unstuck: breaking your habitual patterns and encountering naked reality [i]
  1286. (2005) Cultivating a compassionate heart: the yoga method of Chenrezig [i]
  1287. (2005) Some Whiteheadian assumptions about religion and pluralism [i]
  1288. (2005) The radical acceptance of everything: living a focusing life [i]
  1289. (2005) Japanese temple Buddhism: worldliness in a religion of renunciation [i] [d] [j]
  1290. (2005) How now: 100 ways to celebrate the present moment [i]
  1291. (2005) A discussion of the concept of spirituality [d]
  1292. (2005) Self-insight: roadblocks and detours on the path to knowing thyself [i]
  1293. (2005) 'Cultural fraud': the role of culture in drug abuse [d]
  1294. (2005) Open to desire: embracing a lust for life using insights from Buddhism and psychotherapy [i]
  1295. (2005) Love promotes health [p]
  1296. (2005) Brain science on ethics: the neurobiology of making choices [i] [d]
  1297. (2005) Laughing it up: Native American humor as spiritual tradition [d]
  1298. (2005/2013) Mindfulness and psychotherapy [i]
  1299. (2005) Becoming good: the role of spiritual practice [d]
  1300. (2005) Down and up again: allegories of becoming and transcendence [u]
  1301. (2005) The homology of emotionality and rationality [u]
  1302. (2005) Keeping the peace: mindfulness and public service [i]
  1303. (2005) Was Jesus a Buddhist? [d] [j]
  1304. (2005) Just to be alive is enough [u]
  1305. (2005) Conscious use of self: tuning the instrument of social work practice with cultural competence [u]
  1306. (2005) Spiritual ecograms: a new assessment instrument for identifying clients' spiritual strengths in space and across time [d]
  1307. (2005) Bonds of civility: aesthetic networks and the political origins of Japanese culture [i]
  1308. (2005) Liberating truth: a Buddhist approach to religious pluralism [i]
  1309. (2005) Imaginary relish and exquisite torture: the elaborated intrusion theory of desire [d]
  1310. (2005) Hooked!: Buddhist writings on greed, desire, and the urge to consume [i]
  1311. (2005) Western Buddhist motivations for vegetarianism [d]
  1312. (2005) The place of multiple meanings: the dragon daughter rides today [d]
  1313. (2005) End of life: the Buddhist view [p] [d]
  1314. (2005) Leadership group coaching in action: the Zen of creating high performance teams [d] [j]
  1315. (2005) Pure and simple: teachings of a Thai Buddhist laywoman [i]
  1316. (2005) Global dynamics [in ethics] [i] [d]
  1317. (2005) Being benevolence: the social ethics of engaged Buddhism [i]
  1318. (2005) The nature of evil [i] [d]
  1319. (2005) Becoming alive: psychoanalysis and vitality [i]
  1320. (2005) Traditions of compassion: from religious duty to social activism [i] [d]
  1321. (2005) On becoming an artist: reinventing yourself through mindful creativity [i]
  1322. (2005) Dōgen's zazen as other-power practice [u]
  1323. (2005) Improv wisdom: don't prepare, just show up [i]
  1324. (2005) The unseemly [d]
  1325. (2005) The invention of world religions, or, How European universalism was preserved in the language of pluralism [i]
  1326. (2005) Religion as a meaning system: policy implications for the new millennium [d]
  1327. (2005) The varieties of religious development in adulthood: a longitudinal investigation of religion and rational choice [d]
  1328. (2005/2013) Cultivating attention and compassion [i]
  1329. (2005/2013) Handbook of the psychology of religion and spirituality [i]
  1330. (2005) Religion as a meaning-making framework in coping with life stress [d]
  1331. (2005/2008) Jewel mirror samadhi translation study [u]
  1332. (2005) Reflective action [i]
  1333. (2005) Waking up to what you do: a Zen practice for meeting every situation with intelligence and compassion [i]
  1334. (2005) Whose oppression is this?: the cultivation of compassionate action in dissolving the dualistic barrier [i]
  1335. (2005) Tantric revisionings: new understandings of Tibetan Buddhism and Indian religion [i]
  1336. (2005) The Blackwell companion to religious ethics [i] [d]
  1337. (2005) Buddhist meditation: an anthology of texts from the Pali Canon [i]
  1338. (2005) From conscientization to interbeing: a personal journey [i]
  1339. (2005) Conflict, culture, change: engaged Buddhism in a globalizing world [i]
  1340. (2005) How the brain decides what we see [p] [d]
  1341. (2005) A handbook of wisdom: psychological perspectives [i] [d]
  1342. (2005/2012) The practicing mind: developing focus and discipline in your life: master any skill or challenge by learning to love the process [i]
  1343. (2005/2013) Relational mindfulness [i]
  1344. (2005/2016) The world peace diet: eating for spiritual health and social harmony [i]
  1345. (2005) The other side of Zen: a social history of Sōtō Zen Buddhism in Tokugawa Japan [i]
  1346. (2004) Development of spiritual self-schema (3-S) therapy for the treatment of addictive and HIV risk behavior: a convergence of cognitive and Buddhist psychology [d]
  1347. (2004) Buddha mind in contemporary art [i]
  1348. (2004) Dharma, color, and culture: new voices in Western Buddhism [i]
  1349. (2004) The path of compassion: the Bodhisattva precepts [i]
  1350. (2004) Making things better and learning a lesson: experiencing wisdom across the lifespan [d]
  1351. (2004) The importance of being flexible: the ability to both enhance and suppress emotional expression predicts long-term adjustment [d]
  1352. (2004) Buddhism at work: community development, social empowerment and the Sarvodaya Movement [i]
  1353. (2004) Gendered religious organizations: the case of Theravāda Buddhism in America [d]
  1354. (2004) Silence as the foundation of learning [d]
  1355. (2004) Awake at work: facing the challenges of life on the job [i]
  1356. (2004) The one who is not busy: connecting with work in a deeply satisfying way [i]
  1357. (2004) Rationality, integrity, and religious behavior [d]
  1358. (2004) Religious identity and consumption [d]
  1359. (2004) Haunting the Buddha: Indian popular religions and the formation of Buddhism [i]
  1360. (2004/2010) Dōgen's extensive record: a translation of the Eihei kōroku [i]
  1361. (2004) We are one: grief, weeping, and other deep emotions in response to nature as a path toward wholeness [d]
  1362. (2004) Are religious people nicer people?: taking a closer look at the religion–empathy relationship [d]
  1363. (2004) The retreat of the elephants: an environmental history of China [i]
  1364. (2004) Encyclopedia of medical anthropology: health and illness in the world's cultures [i]
  1365. (2004) Too proud to let go: narcissistic entitlement as a barrier to forgiveness [d]
  1366. (2004) Reflection on Martha Nussbaum's work on compassion from a Buddhist perspective [u]
  1367. (2004) Boyz 2 buddhas: counseling urban high school male athletes in the zone [i]
  1368. (2004) The broaden-and-build theory of positive emotions [d]
  1369. (2004) Handbook of culture, therapy, and healing [i]
  1370. (2004) One breath at a time: Buddhism and the twelve steps [i]
  1371. (2004) Freedom wherever we go: a Buddhist monastic code for the 21st century [i]
  1372. (2004) Clarifying the construct of mindfulness in the context of emotion regulation and the process of change in therapy [d]
  1373. (2004) Theories of the gift in South Asia: Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain reflections on dāna [i]
  1374. (2004) Bringing Zen practice home [d]
  1375. (2004) A socioanalytic model of maturity [d]
  1376. (2004) Seeing nakedly the natural state of the great perfection: necessary instructions for beginners [i]
  1377. (2004) The elements of mentoring [i]
  1378. (2004) Individual differences in emotional complexity: their psychological implications [d]
  1379. (2004) The effects of eye movements, spatial attention, and stimulus features on inattentional blindness [d]
  1380. (2004) I am you: the metaphysical foundations for global ethics [i] [d]
  1381. (2004) The lost art of compassion: discovering the practice of happiness in the meeting of Buddhism and psychology [i]
  1382. (2004) Mind time: the temporal factor in consciousness [i]
  1383. (2004) Trust [i]
  1384. (2004) Self-regulation: context-appropriate balanced attention [i]
  1385. (2004) The coactive construction of selves in cultures [i] [d]
  1386. (2004) Respect and take care of things [i]
  1387. (2004) Tobler's first law and spatial analysis [d]
  1388. (2004) Not turning away: the practice of engaged Buddhism [i]
  1389. (2004) On beggars [i]
  1390. (2004) Novice to master: an ongoing lesson in the extent of my own stupidity [i]
  1391. (2004) Individual trait anxiety levels characterizing the properties of Zen meditation [d]
  1392. (2004) Cognitive humanistic therapy: Buddhism, Christianity and being fully human [i]
  1393. (2004) The bodhisattva precepts in Sōtō Zen Buddhism [u]
  1394. (2004) A hidden wholeness: the journey toward an undivided life [i]
  1395. (2004) Spiritual intelligence at work: meaning, metaphor, and morals [i]
  1396. (2004) A new kind of knowledge: evocations, exhibitions, extensions, and excavations [i]
  1397. (2004) Being religious interreligiously: Asian perspectives on interfaith dialogue [i]
  1398. (2004) The great compassion: Buddhism and animal rights [i]
  1399. (2004/2012) Cognitive neuroscience of attention [i]
  1400. (2004) Building the bridge as you walk on it: a guide for leading change [i]
  1401. (2004) Interglacial: new and selected poems & aphorisms [i]
  1402. (2004) Mindfulness mediation, the cultivation of awareness, mediator neutrality, and the possibility of justice [u]
  1403. (2004) Tantric treasures: three collections of mystical verse from Buddhist India [i]
  1404. (2004) Presence: exploring profound change in people, organizations, and society [i]
  1405. (2004) Food of bodhisattvas: Buddhist teachings on abstaining from meat [i]
  1406. (2004) Mindful caregiving increases happiness among individuals with profound multiple disabilities [d]
  1407. (2004) Trans Thai Buddhism: envisioning resistance: the engaged Buddhism of Sulak Sivaraksa [i]
  1408. (2004) Light on body image treatment: acceptance through mindfulness [p] [d]
  1409. (2004) Action inquiry: the secret of timely and transforming leadership [i]
  1410. (2004) No title [on Tehching Hsieh and contemporary art] [i]
  1411. (2004) Approaching the great perfection: simultaneous and gradual approaches to Dzogchen practice in Jigme Lingpa's Longchen Nyingtig [i]
  1412. (2004) Critical questions towards a naturalized concept of karma in Buddhism [u]
  1413. (2004) Buddhists and Buddhism in the United States: the scope of influence [d]
  1414. (2004) 'How can I be a Buddhist if I don't like to sit?' [i]
  1415. (2003) The physics of living [i]
  1416. (2003) Satipaṭṭhāna: the direct path to realization [i]
  1417. (2003) Mindfulness training as a clinical intervention: a conceptual and empirical review [d]
  1418. (2003) The false duality of work and leisure [d]
  1419. (2003) Elegy for everything [u]
  1420. (2003) Confronting the gaps by being present in 'not knowing' [u]
  1421. (2003) Well-being: positive development across the life course [i]
  1422. (2003) Radical acceptance: embracing your life with the heart of a Buddha [i]
  1423. (2003) The wisdom of listening [i]
  1424. (2003) Living and dying in zazen: five Zen masters of modern Japan [i]
  1425. (2003) The evolution of morality and religion [i] [d]
  1426. (2003) The benefits of being present: mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being [d]
  1427. (2003) 'Soul-less' Christianity and the Buddhist empirical self: Buddhist–Christian convergence? [d]
  1428. (2003) Body posture affects electroencephalographic activity and psychomotor vigilance task performance in sleep-deprived subjects [d]
  1429. (2003) Four illusions: Candrakīrti's advice for travelers on the Bodhisattva path [i]
  1430. (2003) Virtue, vice, and personality: the complexity of behavior [i]
  1431. (2003) The art of waking people up: cultivating awareness and authenticity at work [i]
  1432. (2003) Discursive practices and their interpretation in the psychology of religious development [i] [d]
  1433. (2003) Psychology and Buddhism: from individual to global community [i] [d]
  1434. (2003) The power of denial: Buddhism, purity, and gender [i]
  1435. (2003) Moral development as the personal education of feeling and reason: from James to Piaget [d]
  1436. (2003) Dāna: giving and getting in Pali Buddhism [i]
  1437. (2003) Creating a life of meaning and compassion: the wisdom of psychotherapy [i]
  1438. (2003) Taking our places: the Buddhist path to truly growing up [i]
  1439. (2003) Reconstituting development as a shared responsibility: ethics, aesthetics and a creative shaping of human possibilities [i]
  1440. (2003) Joyfully together: the art of building a harmonious community [i]
  1441. (2003) Creating true peace: ending violence in yourself, your family, your community, and the world [i]
  1442. (2003) Mindfulness: method and process [d]
  1443. (2003) More is not always better: the benefits of cognitive limits [i] [d]
  1444. (2003) When we speak of intentions [i] [d]
  1445. (2003) Zen sand: the book of capping phrases for Kōan practice [i]
  1446. (2003) Honour Earth Mother = Mino-audjaudauh Mizzu-Kummik-Quae [i]
  1447. (2003) Wabi sabi: the Japanese art of impermanence [i]
  1448. (2003) Mindfulness-based interventions in context: past, present, and future [d]
  1449. (2003) The hazards of goal pursuit [i] [d]
  1450. (2003/2011) Zazen as inquiry [i]
  1451. (2003) Positive adaptation to trauma: wisdom as both process and outcome [p] [d]
  1452. (2003) The power of full engagement: managing energy, not time, is the key to high performance and personal renewal [i]
  1453. (2003) Buddhist perspectives on truth in other religions: past and present [d]
  1454. (2003) Transcendence and violence: the encounter of Buddhist, Christian, and primal traditions [i]
  1455. (2003) The path to Buddha: a Tibetan pilgrimage [i]
  1456. (2003) Milarepa: songs on the spot [i]
  1457. (2003/2006) A song on the six perfections [u]
  1458. (2003/2006) Upside-down Zen: finding the marvelous in the ordinary [i]
  1459. (2003) A Dalit defense of the Deweyan-Buddhist view of science [i]
  1460. (2003) A few good men: the Bodhisattva path according to the Inquiry of Ugra (Ugraparipṛcchā) [i]
  1461. (2003) Religion and spirituality: linkages to physical health [d]
  1462. (2003) Action dharma: new studies in engaged Buddhism [i]
  1463. (2003) Meditation in higher education: the next wave? [d]
  1464. (2003) Is there a fundamental level? [d]
  1465. (2003) The Buddha teaches an attitude, not an affiliation [i]
  1466. (2003) Spiritual role modeling: the teaching of meaning systems [d]
  1467. (2003) The virtues and vices of personal control [i] [d]
  1468. (2003) Confucian democracy: a Deweyan reconstruction [i]
  1469. (2003/2006) Six words of advice [u]
  1470. (2003) The Buddha in the jungle [i]
  1471. (2003) The green Buddha of the grotto [i]
  1472. (2003) Worldly wonder: religions enter their ecological phase [i]
  1473. (2003/2007) Tibetan relaxation: the illustrated guide to kum nye massage and movement, a yoga from the Tibetan tradition [i]
  1474. (2003) Zen war stories [i]
  1475. (2003) The Buddhist unconscious: the ālaya-vijñāna in the context of Indian Buddhist thought [i]
  1476. (2003) The perfect wrong note: learning to trust your musical self [i]
  1477. (2003) Dwelling and seeking in late adulthood: the psychosocial implications of two types of religious orientation [d]
  1478. (2003) Religiousness, spirituality, and psychosocial functioning in late adulthood: findings from a longitudinal study [d]
  1479. (2002) The wisdom in feeling: psychological processes in emotional intelligence [i]
  1480. (2002) Le chemin de Saint-Jean [i]
  1481. (2002) The four close placements of mindfulness according to Mahāyāna [u]
  1482. (2002/2006) Mind and mental factors: the fifty-one types of subsidiary awareness [u]
  1483. (2002/2006) Cognition of the two truths in the Gelug Sautrāntika, Chittamātra, Svātantrika, and Prasangika systems [u]
  1484. (2002) Mindful recovery: a spiritual path to healing from addiction [i]
  1485. (2002) Healing Zen: awakening to a life of wholeness and compassion while caring for yourself and others [i]
  1486. (2002) Does venting anger feed or extinguish the flame?: catharsis, rumination, distraction, anger, and aggressive responding [d]
  1487. (2002) Multiple religious belonging and reconciliation [i]
  1488. (2002) Profession, code, and ethics [i]
  1489. (2002) The personal and impersonal dimensions of benevolence [d]
  1490. (2002) Borderline beings: plant possibilities in early Buddhism [d] [j]
  1491. (2002) The ten trusts: what we must do to care for the animals we love [i]
  1492. (2002) Integrating an emotion-focused approach to treatment into psychotherapy integration [d]
  1493. (2002) Bimaadiziwin, or the 'good life', as a unifying concept of Anishinaabe religion [d]
  1494. (2002) The comic vision of Anishinaabe culture and religion [d]
  1495. (2002) Friends on the path: living spiritual communities [i]
  1496. (2002) No death, no fear: comforting wisdom for life [i]
  1497. (2002) Off to the side: a memoir [i]
  1498. (2002) Readings in indigenous religions [i]
  1499. (2002/2011) Flexibility: the key to a healthy personality [u]
  1500. (2002) Different paths, different summits: a model for religious pluralism [i]
  1501. (2002/2004) To live is just to live [i]
  1502. (2002) Naikan: gratitude, grace, and the Japanese art of self-reflection [i]
  1503. (2002) Altruism is never self-sacrifice [d]
  1504. (2002/2004) The art of just sitting: essential writings on the Zen practice of shikantaza [i]
  1505. (2002) The hidden genius of emotion: lifespan transformations of personality [i] [d]
  1506. (2002) Buddhist philosophy and the treatment of addictive behavior [d]
  1507. (2002) American Zen and psychotherapy: an ongoing dialogue [i]
  1508. (2002) Reverence for life: the ethics of Albert Schweitzer for the twenty-first century [i]
  1509. (2002) Ojibwe waasa inaabidaa = We look in all directions [i]
  1510. (2002) John Dewey and his religious critics [d]
  1511. (2002) Making the world my body: Simone Weil and somatic practice [d]
  1512. (2002) The war of art: winning the inner creative battle [i]
  1513. (2002) A teacher's responsibility [u]
  1514. (2002) Dancing the self: personhood and performance in the Pāṇḍav līlā of Garhwal [i]
  1515. (2002) Why smart people can be so stupid [i]
  1516. (2002) Not always so: practicing the true spirit of Zen [i]
  1517. (2002) Questions of skill [o] [u]
  1518. (2002) Thinking like a thief [u]
  1519. (2002) De-perception [o] [u]
  1520. (2002/2010) Life isn't just suffering [o] [u]
  1521. (2002) A real teacher [u]
  1522. (2002) Caught in fading light: mountain lions, Zen masters, and wild nature [i]
  1523. (2002) The lotus unleashed: the Buddhist peace movement in South Vietnam, 1964–1966 [i]
  1524. (2002) Learning to exercise timely action now: toward a theory and practice of timely action [u]
  1525. (2002) The genius within: discovering the intelligence of every living thing [i]
  1526. (2002) Healing with form, energy and light: the five elements in Tibetan Shamanism, Tantra, and Dzogchen [i]
  1527. (2002) The illusion of conscious will [i]
  1528. (2002) Wind bell: teachings from the San Francisco Zen Center 1968–2001 [i]
  1529. (2002) Did Śāntideva destroy the bodhisattva path? [u]
  1530. (2002) Lifespan development revisited: African-centered spirituality throughout the life cycle [d]
  1531. (2002/2017) Sitting inside: Buddhist practice in America's prisons [i]
  1532. (2002) Truthfulness and relevance [d] [j]
  1533. (2002) A big new free happy unusual life: self-expression and spiritual practice for those who have time for neither [i]
  1534. (2001) Breakdown of will [i] [d]
  1535. (2001) Getting things done: the art of stress-free productivity [i]
  1536. (2001) Being upright: Zen meditation and the bodhisattva precepts [i]
  1537. (2001) Purity of heart and contemplation: a monastic dialogue between Christian and Asian traditions [i]
  1538. (2001) The unfinished system of nonknowledge [i]
  1539. (2001) Fundamentals of dzogchen meditation [u]
  1540. (2001) Making progress on the spiritual path: network theory [u]
  1541. (2001) Anarchy [i]
  1542. (2001) Sit still and pay attention? [d]
  1543. (2001) Encounter with enlightenment: a study of Japanese ethics [i]
  1544. (2001/2007) Zen is right here: teaching stories and anecdotes of Shunryū Suzuki [or: To shine one corner of the world: moments with Shunryū Suzuki: stories of a Zen master told by his students] [i]
  1545. (2001) Breathing regulation in Zen Buddhism [i] [d]
  1546. (2001) Working with anger [i]
  1547. (2001) The places that scare you: a guide to fearlessness in difficult times [i]
  1548. (2001) Toward a tripartite factor structure of mental health: subjective well-being, personal growth, and religiosity [p] [d]
  1549. (2001) Secular wholeness: a skeptic's paths to a richer life [i]
  1550. (2001) Pure immanence: essays on a life [i]
  1551. (2001) Just being [p]
  1552. (2001) Liking and disliking [u]
  1553. (2001) Welcome everything [p]
  1554. (2001) The Tibetan book of the dead: Deleuze and the positivity of the second light [i]
  1555. (2001) The art of life: interview with Herbie Hancock [u]
  1556. (2001) Your heart sutra [i]
  1557. (2001) Anger: wisdom for cooling the flames [i]
  1558. (2001/2006) Transformation at the base: fifty verses on the nature of consciousness [i]
  1559. (2001) Cultivating compassion: a Buddhist perspective [i]
  1560. (2001/2011) Neither monk nor layman: clerical marriage in modern Japanese Buddhism [i] [j]
  1561. (2001) Be careful what you wish for: optimal functioning and the relative attainment of intrinsic and extrinsic goals [i]
  1562. (2001) Visible here and now: the Buddha's teachings on the rewards of spiritual practice [i]
  1563. (2001) Gracious play: discipline, insight, and the common good [d]
  1564. (2001) Thomas Merton and Thich Nhat Hanh: engaged spirituality in an age of globalization [i]
  1565. (2001) The treatise on the great virtue of wisdom = Mahāprajñāpāramitāśāstra [u]
  1566. (2001) Making friends with death: a Buddhist guide to encountering mortality [i]
  1567. (2001) Story medicine: multicultural tales of healing and transformation [i]
  1568. (2001) The precious treasury of the basic space of phenomena [i]
  1569. (2001) A treasure trove of scriptural transmission: a commentary on The precious treasury of the basic space of phenomena [i]
  1570. (2001) The holy order of water: healing the earth's waters and ourselves [i]
  1571. (2001) Upheavals of thought: the intelligence of emotions [i] [d]
  1572. (2001) Addiction as excessive appetite [d]
  1573. (2001) Light waves: fine tuning the mind [i]
  1574. (2001) Vectors: aphorisms & ten-second essays [i]
  1575. (2001) Eight verses for training the mind: an oral teaching [i]
  1576. (2001) Being accepted for who we are: evidence that social validation of the intrinsic self reduces general defensiveness [d]
  1577. (2001) Skillful means: the heart of Buddhist compassion [i]
  1578. (2001) Spiritual practices: the true test of spirituality [d]
  1579. (2001/2015) Teaching and learning reflective practice in the action science/action inquiry tradition [i] [d]
  1580. (2001) The mind in early Buddhism: a study of the concept of citta as depicted in the Pāli Tipiṭaka [i]
  1581. (2001) Calm energy: how people regulate mood with food and exercise [i]
  1582. (2001) Training psychotherapists in attributes of 'mind' from Zen and psychoanalytic perspectives, Part I: Core principles, emptiness, impermanence, and paradox [p] [u]
  1583. (2001) Training psychotherapists in attributes of 'mind' from Zen and psychoanalytic perspectives, Part II: Attention, here and now, nonattachment, and compassion [p] [u]
  1584. (2001) Finding space: Winnicott, God, and psychic reality [i]
  1585. (2001) Practicing presence: the spirituality of caring in everyday life [i]
  1586. (2001) Religious vegetarianism: from Hesiod to the Dalai Lama [i]
  1587. (2001) Liberating oneself from the absolutized boundary of language: a liminological approach to the interplay of speech and silence in Chan Buddhism [d]
  1588. (2001/2014) Reverence: renewing a forgotten virtue [i]
  1589. (2001) Creative spirituality: the way of the artist [i]
  1590. (2001/2010) The great realizations: a commentary on the Eight Realizations of a Bodhisattva Sutra [i]
  1591. (2000) Methodological altruism as an alternative foundation for individual optimization [d]
  1592. (2000) Wisdom: a metaheuristic (pragmatic) to orchestrate mind and virtue toward excellence [p] [d]
  1593. (2000/2006) The major facets of dzogchen [u]
  1594. (2000/2010) Wise teacher, wise student: Tibetan approaches to a healthy relationship [or: Relating to a spiritual teacher: building a healthy relationship] [i]
  1595. (2000) Be your own coach: your pathway to possibility [i]
  1596. (2000) Mindfulness and interpersonal communication [d]
  1597. (2000) Beautiful work: a meditation on pain [i]
  1598. (2000) Travel broadens the mind [d]
  1599. (2000) Finding a joyful life in the heart of pain [or: Turning suffering inside out: a Zen approach to living with physical and emotional pain] [i]
  1600. (2000) Performativity and the event: enacting a philosophy of difference [d]
  1601. (2000) Passion, activity, and 'the care of the self' [p] [d] [j]
  1602. (2000) How to use your eyes [i]
  1603. (2000) Executive attention and metacognitive regulation [d]
  1604. (2000) Women's Buddhism, Buddhism's women: tradition, revision, renewal [i]
  1605. (2000) Spiritual Titanism: Indian, Chinese, and Western perspectives [i]
  1606. (2000) Hermit of Go Cliffs: timeless instructions from a Tibetan mystic [i]
  1607. (2000) Uncreativity as a creative practice [u]
  1608. (2000/2009) Eight steps to happiness: the Buddhist way of loving kindness [i]
  1609. (2000) Be free where you are: a talk given at the Maryland Correctional Institution [i]
  1610. (2000/2007) Silent meal practice [i]
  1611. (2000/2007) Chanting from the heart: Buddhist ceremonies and daily practices [i]
  1612. (2000/2007) Discourse on the middle way [i]
  1613. (2000) An introduction to Buddhist ethics: foundations, values, and issues [i] [d]
  1614. (2000) The implications of unmitigated agency and unmitigated communion for domains of problem behavior [d]
  1615. (2000) Dismantling the boundaries between life and death [d]
  1616. (2000) All Buddhism is engaged: Thich Nhat Hanh and the order of interbeing [i]
  1617. (2000) Coincidences of comparison [d]
  1618. (2000/2003) Do bodhisattvas relieve poverty?: the distinction between economic and spiritual development and their interrelation in Indian Buddhist texts [i]
  1619. (2000) Songs of spiritual experience: Tibetan Buddhist poems of insight and awakening [i]
  1620. (2000/2009) Becoming a reflective practitioner [i]
  1621. (2000) To save all beings: Buddhist environmental activism [i]
  1622. (2000) Dharma rain: sources of Buddhist environmentalism [i]
  1623. (2000) Ecological precepts [i]
  1624. (2000) Human rights in contemporary engaged Buddhism [i]
  1625. (2000) Compassion for all beings [i]
  1626. (2000) Buddha nature: the Mahāyāna Uttaratantra shāstra [with commentary] [i]
  1627. (2000) Wisdom as a classical source of human strength: conceptualization and empirical inquiry [d]
  1628. (2000) The construct of mindfulness [d]
  1629. (2000) Humor: the psychology of living buoyantly [i] [d]
  1630. (2000) It's a meaningful life: it just takes practice [i]
  1631. (2000) Mahāyāna Buddhist ritual and ethical activity in the world [d] [j]
  1632. (2000) Meaningful work: rethinking professional ethics [i] [d]
  1633. (2000) Too-blue: colour-patch for an expanded empiricism [i]
  1634. (2000) Going to hell in Asia: the relationship between risk and religion in a cross cultural setting [d] [j]
  1635. (2000) Highs!: over 150 ways to feel really, really good... without alcohol or other drugs [i]
  1636. (2000) Mental attention, consciousness, and the progressive emergence of wisdom [d]
  1637. (2000) Engaged Buddhism in the west [i]
  1638. (2000) The Bodhisattva vow [i]
  1639. (2000) Living in the light of death: on the art of being truly alive [i]
  1640. (2000) Grabbing the tiger by the tail: a conversation with Robert Kegan [u]
  1641. (2000) On slowness in philosophy [d] [j]
  1642. (2000) Creating rituals for the non-religious [i]
  1643. (2000) Let go of imbalance [u]
  1644. (2000) Emotion and peace of mind: from Stoic agitation to Christian temptation [i]
  1645. (2000) Zazen and psychotherapeutic presence [p] [u]
  1646. (2000) Sweeping changes: discovering the joy of Zen in everyday tasks [i]
  1647. (2000) Toward a psychology of awakening: Buddhism, psychotherapy, and the path of personal and spiritual transformation [i]
  1648. (2000/2003) Dōgen's ceaseless practice [i]
  1649. (1999) The disability paradox: high quality of life against all odds [d]
  1650. (1999) Women living Zen: Japanese Sōtō Buddhist nuns [i]
  1651. (1999) New church offers powwows for Indians [All Tribes Gathering] [o]
  1652. (1999) The unbearable automaticity of being [d]
  1653. (1999) Toward the Zen of performance: music improvisation therapy for the development of self-confidence in the performer [i]
  1654. (1999/2008) Sacred ecology: traditional ecological knowledge and resource management [i]
  1655. (1999) Numerical discourses of the Buddha: Aṅguttara nikāya: an anthology of suttas from the Aṅguttara nikāya [i]
  1656. (1999) Mindfulness and quasi-religious meaning systems: an empirical exploration within the context of ecological sustainability and deep ecology [d] [j]
  1657. (1999) The hermit and the activist [u]
  1658. (1999) Organizational cultures as holding environments: a psychodynamic look at organizational symbolism [d]
  1659. (1999/2010) Spiritual diversity in social work practice: the heart of helping [i]
  1660. (1999) Crooked cucumber: the life and Zen teaching of Shunryū Suzuki [i]
  1661. (1999) Why I am not a secularist [i]
  1662. (1999) Serenity [i] [d]
  1663. (1999) Chinnagounder's challenge: the question of ecological citizenship [i]
  1664. (1999) Enlightenment unfolds: the essential teachings of Zen Master Dōgen [i]
  1665. (1999) Children's dreaming and the development of consciousness [i]
  1666. (1999) Buddhism as/in performance: analysis of meditation and theatrical practice [i]
  1667. (1999) Spirituality and trauma: an essay [d]
  1668. (1999) Reinventing the wheel: a Buddhist response to the information age [i]
  1669. (1999) Dialogue and the art of thinking together: a pioneering approach to communicating in business and in life [i]
  1670. (1999) Buddhism and abortion [i] [d]
  1671. (1999) Zazen and cardiac variability [p] [d]
  1672. (1999) Starving for salvation: the spiritual dimensions of eating problems among American girls and women [i]
  1673. (1999) The development of wisdom: an analysis of Tibetan Buddhist experience [d]
  1674. (1999) Innocence [i]
  1675. (1999) Mindfulness and meditation [in clinical therapy] [i] [d]
  1676. (1999) The way of the human being [i]
  1677. (1999) Integrating spirituality into treatment: resources for practitioners [i]
  1678. (1999) On being a secularist all the way down [i]
  1679. (1999) Religious conversion and personality change [d]
  1680. (1999) The art of blessing: teaching parents to create rituals [j]
  1681. (1999) Values, spirituality, and psychotherapy [i] [d]
  1682. (1999) The three principal aspects of the path: an oral teaching [i]
  1683. (1999) The Gary Snyder reader: prose, poetry, and translations, 1952–1998 [i]
  1684. (1999/2010) The Buddha from Dölpo: a study of the life and thought of the Tibetan master Dölpopa Sherab Gyaltsen [i]
  1685. (1999) Branching streams flow in the darkness: Zen talks on the Sandokai [i]
  1686. (1999) Transforming the heart: the Buddhist way to joy and courage: a commentary to the Bodhisattva Togme Sangpo's The thrity-seven practices of Bodhisattvas [i]
  1687. (1999) The four noble truths: a study guide [u]
  1688. (1999) Buddhist women across cultures: realizations [i]
  1689. (1999) Meditation and attention: a comparison of the effects of concentrative and mindfulness meditation on sustained attention [d]
  1690. (1999/2010) The four immeasurables: practices to open the heart [i]
  1691. (1999/2009) Spiritual resources in family therapy [i]
  1692. (1999) The seed of our undoing [u]
  1693. (1999) Buddhist philosophy and New Testament theology [d] [j]
  1694. (1998) Popular Buddhism in Japan: Shin Buddhist religion & culture [i]
  1695. (1998) Developing balanced sensitivity: practical Buddhist exercises for daily life [i] [u]
  1696. (1998) Gratitude and justice [d]
  1697. (1998) Stoicism, evil, and the possibility of morality [d]
  1698. (1998) The psychoanalytic mystic [i]
  1699. (1998) The faith of democratic ecological citizenship [d] [j]
  1700. (1998) Therapy and meditation: a path to wholeness [u]
  1701. (1998) Going to pieces without falling apart: a Buddhist perspective on wholeness [i]
  1702. (1998) Another always thinks in me [i]
  1703. (1998) The red thread: Buddhist approaches to sexuality [i]
  1704. (1998/2004) Double exposure: cutting across Buddhist and Western discourses [i]
  1705. (1998/2001) Relaxing into your being [i]
  1706. (1998) A logic of the heart: re-reading Taoism and Zen Buddhism [d]
  1707. (1998) Bearing witness: a Zen master's lessons in making peace [i]
  1708. (1998) Meditating with anger [i]
  1709. (1998) The heart of the Buddha's teaching: transforming suffering into peace, joy & liberation: the four noble truths, the noble eightfold path & other basic Buddhist teachings [i]
  1710. (1998) Fragrant palm leaves: journals, 1962–1966 [i]
  1711. (1998) The sūtra of Hui-neng, grand master of Zen: with Hui-neng's commentary on the Diamond sūtra [i]
  1712. (1998) Apparitions of the self: the secret autobiographies of a Tibetan visionary: a translation and study of Jigme Lingpa's Dancing moon in the water and Ḍākki's grand secret-talk [i]
  1713. (1998) The quiet in the land: everyday life, contemporary art, and the Shakers: a conversation with Janet A. Kaplan [d] [j]
  1714. (1998) Emptying your cup: non-verbal awareness and general semantics [u]
  1715. (1998/2012) Faces of compassion: classic Bodhisattva archetypes and their modern expression—an introduction to Mahāyāna Buddhism [i]
  1716. (1998) The precious treasury of the way of abiding and The exposition of the quintessential meaning of the three categories: a commentary on the precious treasury of the way of abiding [i]
  1717. (1998) Inattentional blindness [i]
  1718. (1998) Coming back to life: practices to reconnect our lives, our world [i]
  1719. (1998) The jewel ornament of liberation: the wish-fulfilling gem of the noble teachings [i]
  1720. (1998) Control therapy: an integrated approach to psychotherapy, health, and healing [i]
  1721. (1998/2010) The Buddhist path: a practical guide from the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism [i]
  1722. (1998) Loyalty demands dissent: autobiography of an engaged Buddhist [i]
  1723. (1998) The healing wisdom of Africa: finding life purpose through nature, ritual, and community [i]
  1724. (1998) An artless art: the Zen aesthetic of Shiga Naoya: a critical study with selected translations [i]
  1725. (1998) A balance theory of wisdom [d]
  1726. (1998) Solidarity and suffering: toward a politics of relationality [i]
  1727. (1998) On holy ground: the impact of psychotherapists' spirituality on their practice [i]
  1728. (1998) A comparison of the effects of Zen breath meditation or relaxation on college adjustment [o]
  1729. (1998) The Tibetan yogas of dream and sleep [i]
  1730. (1998) Horney, Zen, and the real self [d]
  1731. (1998/2003) In praise of silence [i]
  1732. (1998) Wild hunger: the primal roots of modern addiction [i]
  1733. (1998) Philosophical meditations on Zen Buddhism [i] [d]
  1734. (1997/2002) Secondary bodhisattva vows [u]
  1735. (1997/2002) Root bodhisattva vows [u]
  1736. (1997) Altars in the street: a neighborhood fights to survive [i]
  1737. (1997) News you can use: Pema Chödrön and bell hooks talk over life and all its problems [u]
  1738. (1997) When things fall apart: heart advice for difficult times [i]
  1739. (1997/2001) Intimacy [u]
  1740. (1997) Being there: putting brain, body, and world together again [i]
  1741. (1997) Emotional unavailability: recognizing it, understanding it, and avoiding its trap [i]
  1742. (1997) The yogins of Ladakh: a pilgrimage among the hermits of the Buddhist Himalayas [i]
  1743. (1997) The plain sense of things: the fate of religion in an age of normal nihilism [i]
  1744. (1997) A schema polarity model for case conceptualization, intervention, and research [d]
  1745. (1997) On Zen work [u]
  1746. (1997) Lose your face [i]
  1747. (1997) Being bodies: Buddhist women on the paradox of embodiment [i]
  1748. (1997) Redeeming culture: American religion in an age of science [i]
  1749. (1997) What memory is for: creating meaning in the service of action [d]
  1750. (1997/2007) Teachings on love [i]
  1751. (1997) Sufi meditation [i]
  1752. (1997) Pruning the bodhi tree: the storm over critical Buddhism [i]
  1753. (1997) My eye, your face: a conversation [i]
  1754. (1997) Branch points [i]
  1755. (1997) Everyday blessings: the inner work of mindful parenting [i]
  1756. (1997) A year to live: how to live this year as if it were your last [i]
  1757. (1997) Mindfulness: a proposed common factor [d]
  1758. (1997) Deleuze's philosophy of the concrete [u]
  1759. (1997) Who is arguing about the cat?: moral action and enlightenment according to Dōgen [d] [j]
  1760. (1997) Inhuman/nonhuman/human: actor-network theory and the prospects for a nondualistic and symmetrical perspective on nature and society [d]
  1761. (1997) Voices of mountains, trees, and rivers: Kukai, Dōgen, and a deeper ecology [i]
  1762. (1997) Lifelong unlearning [i]
  1763. (1997) Personal warmth and psychological health at midlife [d]
  1764. (1997) From global management to global appreciation: a transformative epistemology for aperspectival worlds [d]
  1765. (1997) Humour in Pāli literature and other essays [i]
  1766. (1997) Atisha's lamp for the path: an oral teaching by Geshe Sonam Rinchen [i]
  1767. (1997) A heart as wide as the world: living with mindfulness, wisdom, and compassion [i]
  1768. (1997) A guide to the Bodhisattva way of life = Bodhicaryāvatāra [i]
  1769. (1997/2006) The way of the bodhisattva: a translation of the Bodhicharyāvatāra [i]
  1770. (1997) Absence of the Buddha image in early Buddhist art: towards its significance in comparative religion [i]
  1771. (1997/1999) One tool among many: the place of vipassanā in Buddhist practice [o] [u]
  1772. (1997/1999) The healing power of the precepts [o] [u]
  1773. (1997) Great disciples of the Buddha: their lives, their works, their legacy [i]
  1774. (1997) Buddhism and ecology: the interconnection of dharma and deeds [i]
  1775. (1997) Sacred dimensions of time and space [i]
  1776. (1997) Automatic but conscious: that is how we act most of the time [i]
  1777. (1997) The wholehearted way: a translation of Eihei Dōgen's Bendōwa with commentary [i]
  1778. (1997) The Vimalakīrti sūtra: from the Chinese version by Kumarajiva [i]
  1779. (1997) Chuang-Tzŭ: the inner chapters [i]
  1780. (1996) Ecologies of the heart: emotion, belief, and the environment [i]
  1781. (1996) Zen and the art of religious prejudice: efforts to reform a tradition of social discrimination [j]
  1782. (1996) Formless: a user's guide [i]
  1783. (1996) November 4, 1995: Deleuze's death as an event [d]
  1784. (1996) The power of focusing: a practical guide to emotional self-healing [i]
  1785. (1996) Dōgen's pure standards for the Zen community: a translation of the Eihei shingi [i]
  1786. (1996) Humanly possible: education and the scope of the mind [i] [d]
  1787. (1996) The golden letters: the three statements of Garab Dorje, the first teacher of Dzogchen, together with a commentary by Dza Patrul Rinpoche [i]
  1788. (1996) Religion, science, and naturalism [i]
  1789. (1996) Buddhist women on the edge: contemporary perspectives from the western frontier [i]
  1790. (1996/2006) How Buddhism began: the conditioned genesis of the early teachings [i]
  1791. (1996) Emotion and cognition in experiential therapy: a dialectical constructivist perspective [i]
  1792. (1996) Feminism and religion: an introduction [i]
  1793. (1996) Cultivating the mind of love: the practice of looking deeply in the Mahayana Buddhist tradition [i]
  1794. (1996) Liberating intimacy: enlightenment and social virtuosity in Ch'an Buddhism [i]
  1795. (1996) All spirituality comes from artists [i]
  1796. (1996) Earth dance drum: a celebration of life [i]
  1797. (1996) Jesus the bodhisattva: Christology from a Buddhist perspective [d] [j]
  1798. (1996) Narrative, social constructionism, and Buddhism [i]
  1799. (1996/2000) Beauty and lust [i]
  1800. (1996) Psychotherapy and the ethics of attention [p] [d] [j]
  1801. (1996) Out of control: visceral influences on behavior [d]
  1802. (1996/2009) The heart of being: moral and ethical teachings of Zen Buddhism [i]
  1803. (1996) Commitment beyond self and adolescence: the issue of happiness [d]
  1804. (1996) Positive affect [u]
  1805. (1996) Naturalism without foundations [i]
  1806. (1996) The necessity of experience [i]
  1807. (1996) Inventing our selves: psychology, power, and personhood [i] [d]
  1808. (1996) No self? No problem! Actualizing empty self in psychotherapy [i]
  1809. (1996) Form, formlessness, and formulation [d]
  1810. (1996) Great Fool: Zen master Ryōkan: poems, letters, and other writings [i]
  1811. (1996/2008) The Bodhicaryāvatāra [i]
  1812. (1996) Yoga: the spirit and practice of moving into stillness [i]
  1813. (1996) Gary Snyder: The art of poetry No. 74 [u]
  1814. (1996) Spiritual interaction, not interfaith dialogue: a Buddhistic contribution [d] [j]
  1815. (1996) The origin of everyday moods: managing energy, tension, and stress [i]
  1816. (1996) Bare bones meditation: waking up from the story of my life [i]
  1817. (1996) Effortless mastery: liberating the master musician within [i]
  1818. (1996) Writing as sculpture, 1978–1987 [i]
  1819. (1995) A reconsideration of personal boundaries in space-time [d]
  1820. (1995/2005) Warm smiles from cold mountains: Dharma talks on Zen meditation [i]
  1821. (1995/2005) Life is not killed [i]
  1822. (1995) Minding mind: a course in basic meditation [i]
  1823. (1995) Dismantling fixations [u]
  1824. (1995) Constructing a philosophy of essence: reading Buddhism through the two natures of desire [i]
  1825. (1995) Working emptiness: toward a third reading of emptiness in Buddhism and postmodern thought [i]
  1826. (1995/2009) Chaosophy: texts and interviews 1972–1977 [i]
  1827. (1995) The role of wisdom in psychotherapy [d]
  1828. (1995) Risk, rationality, and religious portfolios [d]
  1829. (1995) The Manitous: the spiritual world of the Ojibway [i]
  1830. (1995) Is 'Buddha-nature' Buddhist?: doctrinal tensions in the Śrīmālā sūtra: an early Tathāgatagarbha text [d] [j]
  1831. (1995) Myriad worlds: Buddhist cosmology in Abhidharma, Kālacakra, and Dzog-chen [i]
  1832. (1995) Zen practice and self-control [u]
  1833. (1995) Jizoku (priests' wives) in Sōtō Zen Buddhism: an ambiguous category [j]
  1834. (1995) Sculpting with the environment: a natural dialogue [i]
  1835. (1995/2007) Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism [i]
  1836. (1995) A handbook for constructive living [i]
  1837. (1995) Integrating self and system: an empty intersection? [d]
  1838. (1995) Lovingkindness: the revolutionary art of happiness [i]
  1839. (1995/2005) Two Zen classics: the Gateless gate and the Blue cliff records [i]
  1840. (1995) A place in space: ethics, aesthetics, and watersheds: new and selected prose [i]
  1841. (1995) Seeing new worlds: Henry David Thoreau and nineteenth-century natural science [i]
  1842. (1994) Nonconsequentialist decisions [d]
  1843. (1994) The trail of time = Shih-chien ti tsu-chi: time measurement with incense in East Asia [i]
  1844. (1994) Understanding caring in contemporary America [i]
  1845. (1994) Poethics: John Cage and Stanley Cavell at the crossroads of ethical theory [i]
  1846. (1994) The double mirror: a skeptical journey into Buddhist tantra [i]
  1847. (1994) In the path of the masters: understanding the spirituality of Buddha, Confucius, Jesus, and Muhammad [i]
  1848. (1994) Dai-en: great circle [u]
  1849. (1994) Start where you are: a guide to compassionate living [i]
  1850. (1994) Where is the mind?: constructivist and sociocultural perspectives on mathematical development [d]
  1851. (1994) Dōgen, deep ecology, and the ecological self [d]
  1852. (1994) How to achieve peace of mind: your guide for attaining physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being [i]
  1853. (1994/2002) Buddhahood without meditation: a visionary account known as Refining one's perception (Nang-jang) [i]
  1854. (1994) 'Critical Buddhism' (hihan bukkyō) and the debate concerning the 75-fascicle and 12-fascicle Shōbōgenzō texts [j]
  1855. (1994) Wherever you go, there you are: mindfulness meditation in everyday life [i]
  1856. (1994) Wabi-sabi for artists, designers, poets & philosophers [i]
  1857. (1994) Reality [i]
  1858. (1994) The community of those who have nothing in common [i]
  1859. (1994) Interbeing and the 'I' habit: an experiment in environmental literacy [i]
  1860. (1994) Expanding the circle of caring: from local to global [i]
  1861. (1994) The therapy of desire: theory and practice in Hellenistic ethics [i]
  1862. (1994/1995) Pure heart, enlightened mind: the Zen journal and letters of Maura 'Soshin' O'Halloran [i]
  1863. (1994/2001) The life of Shabkar: the autobiography of a Tibetan yogin [i]
  1864. (1994) Passionate enlightenment: women in Tantric Buddhism [i]
  1865. (1994) Dream conversations on Buddhism and Zen [i]
  1866. (1994) Essential Zen [i]
  1867. (1994) Does a systemic therapist have buddha nature? [d]
  1868. (1994) Four huts: Asian writings on the simple life [i]
  1869. (1994) Talking on the water: conversations about nature and creativity [i]
  1870. (1994) Mindfulness and meaningful work: explorations in right livelihood [i]
  1871. (1993) Nothing special: living Zen [i]
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  2198. (1958/1994) On the nature of the universe [i]
  2199. (1958) Mentorgarten dialogue [d] [j]
  2200. (1958) The four sublime states: brahma-vihara: contemplations on love, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity [o] [u]
  2201. (1958/1959) Beat Zen, square Zen, and Zen [o] [j]
  2202. (1957) Pointing the way: collected essays [o] [u]
  2203. (1957/1976) Philosophy and psychology in the Abhidharma [i]
  2204. (1957) The ethics of Spinoza: the road to inner freedom [i]
  2205. (1956/1998) The sense of wonder [i]
  2206. (1956/2004) The notebooks of Simone Weil [i]
  2207. (1954/1994) Ideas and opinions [i]
  2208. (1954) Human ideals and the cosmic view [o]
  2209. (1954/2002) The ways and power of love: types, factors, and techniques of moral transformation [i]
  2210. (1952/1967) Julliard lecture [i]
  2211. (1952) Buddhism, a religion of infinite compassion: selections from Buddhist literature [o]
  2212. (1952/1987) Final lectures [i]
  2213. (1951) The dangers of literacy [d] [j]
  2214. (1951/1952) Religion and philosophy [i]
  2215. (1951) The wisdom of insecurity [o]
  2216. (1950/1991) Neurosis and human growth: the struggle toward self-realization [i]
  2217. (1949) Lecture on nothing [i]
  2218. (1949/2002) The concept of mind [i]
  2219. (1948/1998) Leisure, the basis of culture; The philosophical act [i]
  2220. (1947/1988) To have done with the judgment of God [i]
  2221. (1947/1995) Concerning the accounts given by the residents of Hiroshima [i]
  2222. (1947/1964) The portable Thoreau [i]
  2223. (1945/1992) Reply to Jean-Paul Sartre (defense of Inner experience) [i]
  2224. (1945/1992) On Nietzsche [i]
  2225. (1944/1988) Guilty [i]
  2226. (1943/1988) Inner experience [i]
  2227. (1942) The wisdom of China and India [o]
  2228. (1939) Intelligence in the modern world: John Dewey's philosophy [o]
  2229. (1939/1958) The philosophy of physical science [o]
  2230. (1938/1961) Religious life of the Japanese people: its present status and historical background [o]
  2231. (1938) Write your own ten commandments [o]
  2232. (1934) Yoga and western psychology: a comparison [o]
  2233. (1934) A common faith [i]
  2234. (1934) Art as experience [i]
  2235. (1934/2009) Mind and nature: selected writings on philosophy, mathematics, and physics [i]
  2236. (1933) Co-ordination [i]
  2237. (1931) Dhammapada: verses on dhamma, and Khuddaka-pātha: the text of the minor sayings [o] [u]
  2238. (1931/2009) Einstein on cosmic religion: and other opinions and aphorisms [i]
  2239. (1930/1985) Widening the circle of enlightenment: Hull House and adult education [i]
  2240. (1930/1963) History of Japanese religion: with special reference to the social and moral life of the nation [o]
  2241. (1929/1979) Chippewa customs [i] [u]
  2242. (1929/1960) The quest for certainty: a study of the relation of knowledge and action [o] [u]
  2243. (1929) Intelligent living [o]
  2244. (1925/1929) Experience and nature [i] [u]
  2245. (1924) Creative experience [o] [u]
  2246. (1923/1970) I and thou [i]
  2247. (1923/1975) The path of purity: being a translation of Buddhaghosa's Visuddhimagga [i] [u]
  2248. (1923/1949) The ethic of reverence for life [o] [u]
  2249. (1923/1968) Potestas clavium [o] [u]
  2250. (1922) A study of caste [o] [u]
  2251. (1922) Śikṣā-samuccaya: a compendium of Buddhist doctrine [o] [u]
  2252. (1917) Religious education and human welfare [d] [u]
  2253. (1916) The dawn of a new religious era [and other essays] [o] [u]
  2254. (1916) Buddhistic psychology [j]
  2255. (1916) Buddha and the gospel of Buddhism [o] [u]
  2256. (1915/1994) Ressentiment [i]
  2257. (1913/2008) The nature of sympathy [i] [d]
  2258. (1911/1998) Creative evolution [i] [u]
  2259. (1911) Contributions of Buddhism to Christianity [d] [j]
  2260. (1909/1977) A pluralistic universe [i] [u]
  2261. (1908) The four Buddhist āgamas in Chinese: a concordance of their parts and of the corresponding counterparts in the Pāli nikāyas [o] [u]
  2262. (1907/1943) The dharma: or, The religion of enlightenment [o] [u]
  2263. (1907/1912) The essence of Buddhism: with illustrations of Buddhist art [o] [u]
  2264. (1907) Navaho myths, prayers and songs [o] [u]
  2265. (1906/1917) The energies of men [o] [u]
  2266. (1903) Reality is mobility, from An introduction to metaphysics [i]
  2267. (1903) Vyādhisūtra on the four āryasatyas [j]
  2268. (1902/1985) The varieties of religious experience [i] [u]
  2269. (1900/1974) A Buddhist manual of psychological ethics: being a translation of the first book in the Abhidhamma Pitaka, entitled Dhamma-saṅgaṇi [i] [u]
  2270. (1899) The need of sincerity in religious life [u]
  2271. (1896/1922) Buddhism in translations [o] [u]
  2272. (1894) The fundamental teachings of Buddhism [d] [j]
  2273. (1894) Karma and nirvāna [d] [j]
  2274. (1894) The dawn of a new religious era [d] [j]
  2275. (1894) The Japanese life and customs as contrasted with those of the Western world (with the treaty question) [d] [j]
  2276. (1894) The parliament of religions [d] [j]
  2277. (1884/1959) The philosophy of poetry: the genius of Lucretius [o]
  2278. (1880/1912) Spinoza: his life and philosophy [o] [u]
  2279. (1854/1964) Solitude [i] [u]
  2280. (1739/1978) A treatise of human nature [i] [u]
  2281. (1697/1901) Of the conduct of the understanding [i] [u]
  2282. (1677/1995) The letters [i]
  2283. (1677/1996) Ethics [i] [u]
  2284. (1363/2007) Now that I come to die: intimate guidance from one of Tibet's greatest masters [i]
  2285. (1350/2000) An adamantine song on purposeless pursuits [i]
  2286. (1255/1999) Identifying with cause and effect [i]
  2287. (1243/1985) Bodhisattva's four methods of guidance [i]
  2288. (1242/1999) Continuous practice [i]
  2289. (1240/1985) Mountains and waters sūtra [i]
  2290. (1240/1999) The time-being [i]
  2291. (1240/2010) Refrain from unwholesome action [i]
  2292. (1238/2004) Informal talks: recorded by Ejo [i]
  2293. (1233/1999) Actualizing the fundamental point [i]

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