As I said on the page about Mindfulness and CBT, Adaptation Practice is not religious – there is no God, no belief, no mysticism in it: it is entirely secular – and yet it can serve as the foundation for genuine spiritual or religious practice, just as learning a language can serve as the foundation for genuine communication.
Many people find Adaptation Practice helpful in understanding and strengthening their spiritual or religious practice.
Many others find Adaptation Practice helpful in understanding and strengthening their moral or philosophical beliefs and attitudes without any religion.
Those who care for anyone who is suffering – families, friends and professionals (therapists, doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and neuroscientists) find Adaptation Practice helpful in changing their understanding of emotional, mental and psychological conditions such as stress, anxiety, anger, depression and disturbed behaviour. Consequently they have been able to help those suffering from such conditions in a safe, effective and lasting way. And they have been able to cope better themselves.
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