Help with behavior from a sensible Sensei
Morris Sekiyo Sullivan
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Rational Buddhism is a nonsectarian, plain-language approach to understanding the teachings of the Buddha. It is not a new form of Buddhism. Rather it incorporates elements drawn from Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) to help clarify our understanding of how our thoughts, behavoirs and emotions collaborate to create stress and how they can be brought into alignment with the teachings of Buddhism to lead to peace.