Ask The Buddhist Therapist Series (14)

  1. Introduction
  2. Anxiety (session 1)
  3. Anxiety (session 2)
  4. Loss and Grief
  5. Depression (session 1)
  6. Depression (session 2)
  7. Depression (session 3)
  8. Regret (session 1)
  9. Regret (session 2)
  10. Interventions for Depression
  11. Overcoming Distractions  (session 1)
  12. Overcoming Distractions  (session 2)
  13. Low Self Esteem (session 1)
  14. Low Self Esteem (session 2)
  15. Staying Positive Thru Turbulent Times (session 1)
  16. Staying Positive Thru Turbulent Times (session 2)

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WeeklySitDown Episode 65 – Karuna Cayton

Karuna Cayton Thank you for coming on, you blew our minds several times over!

Karuna Cayton has worked as a psychotherapist, business psychologist, and coach to help people achieve a more balanced life, for over 20 years. He lived in Nepal for twelve years while studying Tibetan Buddhism. Karuna is author of The Misleading Mind, “a manual for becoming a happier and kinder person.” We had our minds exploded several times talking about the way the mind operates and providing us different perceptions of “reality.” “If the flower that I think exists appears differently to you and everyone else, that must not be the real flower then right”?

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Posted by Weekly Sitdown on Wednesday, February 28, 2018


Discovering Buddhism: Module 1 – Mind and its Potential




Discovering Buddhism: Samsara and Nirvana (6)   

Discovering Buddhism: Karma (5)   


Discovering Buddhism: Spiritual Teacher (5)   


Working With Difficult Emotions (1)



Reflections on the Lamas




The Myths We Live By (4)