I have never heard of it and I stumbled on it while searching for a quote. It's a Japanese method of self-reflection.

I have only read this one page here at: http://www.todoinstitute.org/naikan.html

The page has only topical information and quotes. Everything else seems subscription and certification but may not be so, haven't explored it enough on the site yet.

Anyone?

asked 15 Jul '12, 13:40

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I remember reading something about it on the book " Born to Win" muriel james , which its a book on Transactional Analisis, it is pretty good ....

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answered 17 Dec '12, 15:58

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