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  • Is the intention a goal or already realized?
    Do you express the intention as a goal or as something already realized? This gets at a recurring question, even a debate, in Buddhism (and also in psychology and in some religions): Is it about progressing toward an enlightened state, or is it about uncovering the enlightened condition that has always been present? I can’t […]

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  • [Behavioral activation and depression: a contextual treatment approach].
    Related Articles [Behavioral activation and depression: a contextual treatment approach]. Sante Ment Que. 2013;38(2):175-94 Authors: Soucy Chartier I, Blanchet V, Provencher MD Abstract Depression is a widespread psychological disorder that affects approximately one in five North American. Typical reactions to depression include inactivity, isolation, and ru […]

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