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For over twenty years Karuna Cayton has worked as a psychotherapist, business psychologist, and coach to help people achieve a more balanced life. He lived in Nepal for twelve years, where he studied Tibetan Buddhism.
This is truly a manual for becoming a happier and kinder person. Rasmus Hougaard, managing director of the Potential Project Karuna Cayton's analysis and method in The Misleading Mind are well thought-out and should be a great help to readers. Lama Zopa Rinpoche, spiritual director of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition The Misleading Mind is a self-help manual full of accurate descriptions of traditional Buddhist teachings, recipes for mental health, and a map of the paths leading to a productive and well-balanced life. Jeffrey Hopkins, professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and president of the UMA Institute for Tibetan Studies The Misleading Mind shares the profound depth of Buddhist psychological wisdom in a wonderfully inviting and accessible way. I highly recommend it. Peter Fenner, PhD, teacher and author of Radiant Mind Through his many years of deep study of Buddhist psychology, sincere introspection, and work at helping others, Karuna Cayton has gained genuine wisdom, which he generously shares in The Misleading Mind....This is a clear, grounded, and useful guidebook for working with the mind and heart. Lorne Ladner, PhD, psychologist and author of The Lost Art of Compassion"