A Zen Approach to Depression

A Zen Approach to Depression

There are 1 comment on the PsychCentral story from Aug 25, 2014, titled A Zen Approach to Depression. In it, PsychCentral reports that:

In his book, Going to Pieces Without Falling Apart , psychiatrist Mark Epstein, M.D. tells the famous Buddhist story of Kisagotami and the mustard seed: A young woman named Kisagotami lost her only child to illness around the time of his first birthday.

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High Springs, FL

#1 Aug 26, 2014
More manure smeared on the public. This time from the stories of Zen.

IMO: Depression is a cause of brain chemistry especially from contamination of water source for drinking and bathing and from Pharmaceutical drugs (mind drugs or Statin drugs) or use there of. There is no test for chemistry of the brain as we learned from the lies of the mental health industry.

There Are No "Chemical Imbalances"

Pasted from < http://www.academyanalyticarts.org/fores.htm&... ;


There Are No "Chemical Imbalances"

APA lies to the American Public and puts the society in danger


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