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Constructive Living

Constructive Living

Constructive Living, founded in the 1980s by Dr David K. Reynolds, is a unique synthesis of the ideas and practices of Shoma Morita embodied in Morita Therapy and Naikan Practice as evolved by Ishin Yoshimoto.

Origins of Constructive Living

Dr Reynolds combined practices of both, Morita Therapy and Naikan Practice in a manner more suitable for and accessible to Western, English speaking individuals.

In a series of books, audio tapes, public appearances, workshops and certification programs, Dr Reynolds has defined and clarified his ideas over more than 25 years as well as training certified "teachers" to help others learn the practical applications of Constructive Living.

Definitions of Constructive Living

Constructive Living is a collection of practical ideas that help an individual to live more effectively.

A famous Constructive Living maxim is "Accept your emotions as they are and do what needs to be done."

Constructive Living is not a psychological "school."

Constructive Living is a registered trademark. This fact is cited to prevent unauthorized individuals from claiming that they teach Constructive Living.

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