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I often read books in full the first time, and then go back and re-read it really absorbing the information in it.
Karuna Cayton's Misleading Mind is a fantastic guide that applies modern psychology to ancient Buddhist philosophy.
I like this book because it easily lays out the principles in ways which make things simple and easy to understand.
One of the best written books in this category! Easier to understand... clear plain English....many useful ideas in this book.Published 5 days ago by Book lover
A great "intro to Buddhist thought," The Misleading Mind not only offers a wonderful synthesis of the way Buddhist philosophy understands the human mind, but it also... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tucker
great merging of Buddhist philosophy with Western psychological methods.Published 3 months ago by LJC
From a Buddhist perspective, the author offers a misleadingly simple approach to problem-solving, in that problems don't really exist until we make them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elisa M. J. Garza
What I liked most about The Misleading Mind is how Mr. Cayton distilled Buddhist psychology into practical language. Read morePublished 6 months ago by James
Excellent book on how to further tame your mind. I was a little weary of the Buddhist angle but the religion is left out of this approach, leaving some very good points to help... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Scott Coleman
The author writes in the same way he talks, the excited personality, the discursive, rabbit-chasing writing style and all. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ibrahim