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Chuang Tzu's Nei P'ien Psychotherapeutic Commentaries: A Wayfaring Counselor's Rendering of the Seven Interior Records.

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Chuang Tzu's Nei P'ien Psychotherapeutic Commentaries: A Wayfaring Counselor's Rendering of the Seven Interior Records

Raymond Bart Vespe

Regent Press

2017

261 pages

$19.95

BL1900

After the legendary Lao Tzu, the most influential figure in Taoism is the historical Chuang Tzu, or Chuang Chou, (365-286), who lived in the feudal state of Sung in southern China during the Warring States period. Vespe analyzes the first part of his writing as a guide to spiritual practice and psychotherapy. His topics include interior records, carefree wandering in vastness, equalizing matters discoursing, nourishing life's host, being human amid worldly affairs, virtuosity fulfilling agreement, great kindred teachers, appropriate attending and regulating, and completion. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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