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Existential therapy concentrates on free will, self-determination, and the quest for meaning. It views experiences like as anxiety, alienation and depression as normal phases in the human development and maturation.
This process involves a philosophical examination of a person's experiences, emphasizing the person's freedom and responsibility to facilitate a higher degree of meaning and well-being in their life.
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In 2016, there were 136 existential-therapy institutions in 43 countries across six continents, and existential practitioners in at least 48 countries worldwide.
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More and more people are turning today to Buddhism, in order to find back the quietness that everyday life makes them lose.
Moreover, individuals claim that Buddhism enables them to deal with their suffering and find joy within.
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