This unique and intriguing book weaves expositions of Buddhist thought into fictional dialogues between a patient and a psychotherapist. Robert Langan—the director of the Center for Applied Psychoanalysis in New York City and also a longtime member of the Jewel Heart Sangha and the Insight Meditation Society—employs immediacy and a sense of playfulness in these dialogues, showing how any one of us can explore the full possibilities of our minds.
"At once informative and evocative, Minding What Matters turns on turns of phrase and rhythm that are often startling and always suggestive. A fascinating book."—Adam Philips