New Book: Arts of Contemplative Care
M. Editor | February 24, 2012
A new book is being published by Wisdom Publications, titled The Arts of Contemplative Care, which explores the budding field of Buddhist contemplative care.
Contemplative care, of course, is of particular importance to our community, our chaplaincy and ministerial students. And this forthcoming title features an essay by the Institute of Buddhist Studies’ faculty member Daijaku Judith Kinst.
Rev. Daijaku Kinst, ordained in the Soto Zen tradition and a dharma successor in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, teaches graduate courses in Buddhist Studies, Contemplative Psychology, and Spiritual Direction and has an ongoing commitment to interfaith dialogue. She is the Institute’s director for chaplaincy training.
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