Hey, if we can have Neoplatonism, neo-Darwinism, and neoconservatism, then why not Neo-Buddhism? (Capitalization and hyphenation are arbitrary here because sometimes English is just no help, much like prayer.)
Let me know if you think anyone could benefit by thinking about what follows.
1. Many of us suffer needlessly much of the time.
2. Suffering is made possible by fear. (Without fear, experience is neutral. Fear is what turns an experience negative.)
3. We tend to fear what we believe we can't survive.
4. Many of us came to believe in childhood that we can't survive what we actually can.
5. We can shed erroneous beliefs about what we can't survive by continually repeating to ourselves the Great Truth.
6. The Great Truth is that we can't die except by assault to the body, so absent that, we are not under mortal threat, and we have nothing to fear.