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Gusev E.I., Malikov V.M. —
Eastern psychosomatic techniques and modern psychological practices
// Psychology and Psychotechnics.
– 2021. – № 2.
– P. 1 - 10.
DOI: 10.7256/2454-0722.2021.2.31417 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=31417
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The goal of this article consists in the analysis of Eastern psychosomatic techniques for determining the possibility of their use in modern psychological practices. The growing interest in the Eastern psychosomatic Buddhist and Taoist practices is observed in the humanities; they are actively implemented in correction of psychological problems that arise among the residents of urban agglomerations. The author demonstrates the interaction between the Russian culture and Eastern civilizations, as well as formulates a thesis on the continuity of cultures of the Eurasian region. The examples of interrelation of the methods of Eastern psychosomatic techniques in the correction of psychological problems of modern individual are described. The article provides the results of empirical study to prove the hypothesis of the possible correlation of psychological problems of an individual by Eastern psychosomatic practices. For acquisition of statistically significant data, the author employs psychosemantic technique, and for verification of the statistical hypothesis – χ2 criterion. The sampling consists of practicing psychologists with over 10 years of experience. In the course of the study, the hypothesis has been proven correct. Practicing psychologists do not have sufficient information for implementing Eastern practices in counseling; however, getting familiar with such practices, consider it promising to synthesize Eastern practices in their work, and indicate psychological effectiveness for solution of the problems of modern individual. Integration of the principles and methods of Eastern practices into psychotherapeutic activity would prompt versatile and comprehensive understanding of the existential problems of personality, as well allow using the acquired knowledge in counseling.
therapeutic psychology, social psychology, psychosemantic differential, individualism, depersonalization, psychosemantics, psychosomatic techniques, eastern philosophy, Buddhism, Taoism
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