Dear Venerable Sirs,
Thank you for your kind replies to my questions on Renunciation. May
I follow up with another question?
What is the Buddhist view on expressive therapies in modern
psychology e.g. art therapy, drama therapy, music therapy etc. In a
broader sense, when does expression of one's thoughts, feelings
create good kamma?
It seems to me that one needs to be very sensitive in this area, to
avoid harming others through one's expression. On the other hand,
unexpressed feelings and thoughts tend to fester inside, leading to
more undesirable mental states. It may even lead to outbursts as I
can personally attest.
Thank you for your attention.