Nigel Wellings

Nigel Wellings is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and author who works within a broadly contemplative perspective. He has been engaged with the relationship between psychotherapy and Buddhism for the last forty years. He lives in Devon and is a teacher on the Bath and Bristol Mindfulness Courses and the Sharpham Barn Retreats. His previous books include Nothing To Lose: Psychotherapy, Buddhism and Living Life (with Elizabeth Wilde McCormick), Why Can’t I Meditate? How To Get Your Mindfulness Practice On Track, and more recently a Buddhist handbook, Dzogchen, Who’s Who & What’s What in the Great Perfection,.

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Present with Suffering: Being with the Things that Hurt

Present with Suffering: Being with the Things that Hurt

by Nigel Wellings, Elizabeth Wilde McCormick

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What is the place of discontent and unhappiness in human experience and how best can we be with it?

There is something about everything that makes it not quite satisfactory. Even things we... (more)

Transpersonal Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice

Transpersonal Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice

by Nigel Wellings, Elizabeth Wilde McCormick

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Transpersonal psychology recognizes and values levels of experience that lift us beyond our usual sense of self, closed in by the content of our personalities. It actively encourages exploration... (more)

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