Dr Aung Myint

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Dr Aung Myint
Category: Therapy & Counselling

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08 9227 8797
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Website
tripartitemindfulnesspractice.web44.net
Address
6 Hanover Place, North Perth WA, 6006
 

Psychotherapy

Clinical Psychology

Behaviour Support


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Tripartite Mindfulness Practice is not ACT,CBT, DBT, MBCT, MBSR or RP though each of them incorporates an element of mindfulness. Beside the TMP, these methods see mindfulness as attention control training, intentional control of attention or meta-cogniton training. Mindfulness does not result from cognitive training, linguistic deconstruction or reframing of phenomenon at hand. In fact, mindfulness emerges from cognition of wise worldview and thought, embodiment of ethical feeling and action, and behaviour of choiceless observation and reflection coming together. Through direct experience and choiceless observation of the phenomenon, the stable mind comes to know the reality as it is. An insightful understanding of the phenomenon emerges from reflection of nonjudgmental knowledge. Thus, the wise cognition, the ethical affect and the choiceless behaviour support each other interdependently like a tripod for the emergence of mindfulness and clear comprehension.

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    Tripartite Mindfulness Practice is not ACT,CBT, DBT, MBCT, MBSR or RP though each of them incorporates an element of mindfulness. Beside the TMP, these methods see mindfulness as attention control training, intentional control of attention or meta-cogniton training. Mindfulness does not result from cognitive training, linguistic deconstruction or reframing of phenomenon at hand. In fact, mindfulness emerges from cognition of wise worldview and thought, embodiment of ethical feeling and action, and behaviour of choiceless observation and reflection coming together. Through direct experience and choiceless observation of the phenomenon, the stable mind comes to know the reality as it is. An insightful understanding of the phenomenon emerges from reflection of nonjudgmental knowledge. Thus, the wise cognition, the ethical affect and the choiceless behaviour support each other interdependently like a tripod for the emergence of mindfulness and clear comprehension.

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Psychotherapy | Clinical Psychology | Behaviour Support | Corporate Consultancy