Spirituality and Indian Psychology
With the emergence of positive psychology in the West, and the many fold discovery of the impact of psychology in one’s life, there is a need to understand spirituality, and to use its positive aspects to maintain a balance in hectic modern life. This book presents models for mapping basic psychological processes and their relationships. It covers basic constructs like cognition, emotion, behavior, desires, creativity, as well as applied topics like personal happiness, intercultural conflict handling, and world peace.
Presents the indigenous psychological perspective with focused description from one particular indigenous perspectiveBridges the indigenous perspective with the cross-cultural and western psychological perspectivesProvides accessible models of religious understanding not only for practitioners but also for researchers