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Buddhist Ethics and Counselor Decision-Making
Buddhist ethics and counselor decision-making

As a Pan-Asian religion and philosophy, Buddhism has had a central role in the spiritual, cultural, and social life of the Eastern world and of many living in the West. In the twentieth century, Buddhism began spreading to the West and subsequently has contributed to Western spiritual and philosophical thought (Goldstein & Kornfield, 1987; Mitchell, 2002; Ross, 1980; Smith & Novak, 2003; Tucci, Kitagawa, & Reynolds, 1993). The foundation of Buddhism took hold in northeastern India between the late sixth century and the early fourth century BCE, which was during a period of history where social changes and religious activity were taking place. For many in India, the sacrifice and ritualistic formalities of the Hindu high ...

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