Buddha's Mom
Buddha's Mom

Buddha's Mom

Schroder, Vincent

Editorial:
Vincent Schroder
ISBN:
978-0-9981284-0-5
Twenty-five hundred years ago, the Lord Buddha declared attachment to be the cause of suffering. Fifty years ago, British psychiatrist John Bowlby came to the opposite conclusion.... Más información
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Editorial:
Vincent Schroder
Encuadernación:
Tapa blanda o Bolsillo
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-0-9981284-0-5
EAN:
9780998128405
Dimensiones:
246 x 189 mm.
Peso:
709 gramos
Nº páginas:
398
Fecha publicación :
01-01-2017
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    Twenty-five hundred years ago, the Lord Buddha declared attachment to be the cause of suffering. Fifty years ago, British psychiatrist John Bowlby came to the opposite conclusion. A lack of attachment, he observed, caused extreme suffering and sometimes even death in babies who were separated from their mothers. Educated seekers are warmly invited to participate in this scholarly meditation on these ?two attachments?. Representing spirit and science these offer the basis of a neurobiology of spiritual awakening. This bridging becomes ever more vivid in the interpersonal biology underlying the biography of Siddhartha: the?baby, boy and man who becomes the Buddha. To unpack this, we revisit Siddhartha?s most impactful, personal attachment relationships?most notably his extended relationship with his stepmother, Prajapati. In addition to their attachment, multiple, layering of evidence enhances a modern lens on the human mind that gives birth to the Dharma, and what is sometimes called nonattachment. Vital fuel for this journey comes from evolutionary psychology, affective neuroscience, polyvagal theory and de

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