For the next few weeks we'll be reading and discussing a recent paper co-authored by Barry on the evolution Heinz Kohut's self psychology. Each week we will read a different section of the paper. The schedule and a link to download the paper are below.
|February 27th||Part One|
|March 13th||Part Two|
|March 20th||Part Three|
|March 27th||Part Four|
In what ways might this description also apply to how we view other members of the sangha, including, but not limited to, the teacher?
“In a pivotal clinical finding, Kohut realized that the analyst cannot be a “psychologically programmed computer that restricts its activities to giving correct and accurate interpretations” (p. 252) for creating needed selfobject experience.”
How might the concept of “optimal responsiveness” describe (or not) our zazen practice?