Alusine M. Kanu, D.A.

Buddhist and Tibetan healing practices include viable practices that are useful in western healing counseling. If the purpose of healing is to provide services for all people, there is the need to make sure resources of other faiths and nonbelievers are available to pursue if patients and families desire to do so. Buddhism teaches, “To save oneself we have to save others. I may be able to save myself, and my salvation and others’ salvation are so intimately involved, connected together, that we can never save ourselves just by ourselves. We must always be saved together (Suzuki, 2006, p. 19). It is the teaching of Buddhism that the world of distinct and separate objects and processes is a manifestation of a more…



Source by Dr Alusine Melvin Moseray Kanu