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ISC 5517 Buddhist Psychology . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Psychological overview of Buddhist theory and practice as they relate to everyday living, clinical practice and personal and transpersonal growth. Drawing from Theravada, Mahayana, Tantra and Zen, topics include four noble truths, suffering, concentration, jhanas, dependent origination, attachments, mindfulness, vipassana, nature of self, consciousness, compassion, insight, freedom, and enlightenment.
ISC 5517L Buddhist Psychology Lab . . . . . 1(CALL DEPT)
Pre/Corequisite: ISC 5517.
Students learn and practice different types of meditation to cultivate concentration and mindfulness during meditation and daily living. Construction of a personal mandala and regular class attendance and participation are required.