Morita therapy for schizophrenia: An updated meta-analysis

The goal of Morita therapy is to have the patient accept life as it is.[1] This does not mean that the patient cannot set and achieve goals, but be able to be satisfied with their life in the moment.[1] Morita therapy places an emphasis on letting nature take its course.[4] This is not to say that patients should be resigned to their mental illness but to respect the laws of nature.[4] Feeling emotions is a law of nature according to Morita therapy.[4] Morita therapy helps its patients understand that experiencing emotions, positive or negative, is a facet of being a human being

Sounds like a lot of contradictions :confused:

For those wanting to check it out a bit more.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term="morita+therapy"