- Author:David K. Reynolds
- Publisher:William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (November 1, 1986)
- Pages:162 pages
- Subcategory:Psychology & Counseling
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Reynolds's previous books include Playing Ball on Running Water: living Morita therapy (Morrow, 1984). This was one of two books I once owned by David Reynolds that saved me from the depths of depression.
Reynolds's previous books include Playing Ball on Running Water: living Morita therapy (Morrow, 1984). Recommended as a popular introduction to Morita therapy and for psychology collections as an alternative to Western approaches. John Moryl, Yeshiva Univ.
Even in Summer the Ice Doesn't Melt: Constructive Living the Japanese Way Through Morita & Naikan . The precepts in this book are timeless and universal, applicable to persons of all ages and various stations in life.
A Natural Approach to Mental Wellness: Japanese Psychology and the Skills We Need for Psychological and Spiritual Health.
The approach offers a way of acknowledging feelings while engaging in constructive living. Only 14 left in stock (more on the way).
Dr Living Lessons, Asahi Press, 1984.
Reynolds studied Morita therapy and Naikan and lectures on these subjects to Japanese in Japanese in Japan. He received the Morita Prize and the Kora Prize from the Morita Therapy Association in Japan. Reynolds, an American, currently divides his time between Japan and the United States. Many of Reynolds' books about Constructive Living contain a reference to water in their title. They have been published in eight countries around the world. Suicide Inside and Out, University of California Press, 1976. Living Lessons, Asahi Press, 1984. Even in Summer the Ice Doesn't Melt, Morrow, 1986. Water Bears no Scars, Morrow, 1987.
See if your friends have read any of David K. Reynolds's books. Even in Summer the Ice Doesn't Melt.
Constructive Living (Kolowalu Books (Paperback)). Naikan: Gratitude, Grace, and the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection. The Art of Taking Action: Lessons from Japanese Psychology. Water Bears No Scars: Japanese Lifeways for Personal Growth. Handbook for Constructive Living.
Explores the applications of Morita therapy, a Japanese approach to living life to its fullest by changing and controlling behavior patterns. ISBN13:9780688067441. Release Date:October 1986.
Books by David K. Reynolds. Most of Dr. Reynolds' books about Constructive Living contain a reference to water in their title. Even in Summer the Ice Doesn’t Melt, Morrow, 1986. Suicide Inside and Out, 1976. Morita Psychotherapy, University of California Press, 1976. Naikan Psychotherapy, University of Chicago Press, 1983. Constructive Living, University of Hawaii Press, 1984. Flowing Bridges, Quiet Waters, SUNY Press, 1989. Pools of Lodging for the Moon, Morrow, 1989. A Thousand Waves, Morrow, 1990.
This book is the first to discuss experiences of the Morita and Naikan ways .
This book is the first to discuss experiences of the Morita and Naikan ways of life in the Western World. The approach offers a way of acknowledging feelings while engaging in constructive living. With roots in Zen, the principles of this constructive living were formulated over 80 years ago by Shoma Morita, a Japanese psychiatrist. Like Zen, these principles are thoroughly grounded in the reality of the here and now.
This article provides an easy to follow introduction that will help you to live more purposefully through Constructive Living.