Chikako Ozawa-de Silva, "Psychotherapy and Religion in Japan: The Japanese Introspection Practice of Naikan"
2006 | pages: 224 | ISBN: 0415336759 | PDF | 2,4 mb
Naikan is a Japanese psychotherapeutic method which combines meditation-like body engagement with the recovery of memory and the reconstruction of one's autobiography in order to bring about healing and a changed notion of the self.
Based on original anthropological fieldwork, this fascinating bookprovides a detailed ethnography of Naikan in practice. In addition, it discusses key issues such as the role of memory, autobiography and narrative in health care, and the interesting borderland between religion and therapy, where Naikan occupies an ambiguous position.Multidisciplinary in its approach, it will attract a wide readership,including students of social and cultural anthropology, medical sociology, religious studies, Japanese studies and psychotherapy.
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