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Thoughts Without a Thinker

Psychotherapy from a Buddhist Perspective

By Mark Epstein
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Thoughts Without a Thinker: Psychotherapy from a Buddhist Perspective by Mark Epstein

Thoughts Without a Thinker (1995) describes the fundamental principles of the Buddhist tradition through a psychoanalytic lens. These blinks explain how meditation and mindfulness can soothe the mind, alleviate suffering and heal mental illness.  

  • People who suffer from depression and anxiety
  • Anyone interested in Buddhism or psychotherapy
  • Anyone skeptical about mindfulness

Mark Epstein is a Harvard-educated psychotherapist, Buddhist practitioner and author. Several of his titles have earned the endorsement of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.


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