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Buddhadharma : Winter 2007
buddhadharma| 47 |winter 2007 buddhadharma: Some commentators have said, or at least implied, that the Buddhist path is lacking some things offered by Western psychology that Westerners need to fully address their problems. Do you think Buddhism is a complete path to libera- tion, requiring no practices outside of itself, or does it need the techniques of Western psychology? Jack kornfield: Of course Buddhism is a complete path to liberation that requires no practice outside of itself. It offers an enormous number of practices and skillful means, all of which are rooted in the fundamental understanding of liberation, empti- ness, and compassion. That being said, it would be too facile to say that since Buddhism is com- ©JaumePlensa,CourtesyGalerielelonG,neWyork Untitled VI, 2005 Painted Steel JaCkkornfieldbyChristinealiCino;JudithliefbyrebeCCarome