Peace and Mind

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Balancing your life

Today I want to offer you methods and tools with which you can balance different areas of your life; emotional, social, cognitive, etc. One of the imbalances that we all suffer and yet consider normal is in the attention. Our minds are constantly distracted with...

Your fundamental nature

The fundamental nature of the human being is goodness, you and I and almost everyone knows it, but some people have many veils of ignorance that hide their true nature, it's ignorance that makes them feel alienated, locked in a body, fending others and the world, they...

Be aware of your emotions

When you feel rejected, assaulted, alone, depressed, angry; you are creating separation from the world, you disagree with it, you are judging it. The best thing to do is accept this moment and be fully aware of the emotion you're experiencing, without rejecting it,...

Ego…Do you have one?

There's no ego it's just a concept, but often we experience it as a voice within us that constantly complains, judges, evaluates, craves, escapes, desires or rejects. Actually what happens is a constantly arising of thoughts related to these mental afflictions. But if...

Recipe for your daily training

To help you design a daily practice you can follow this guide. A formal training session: Motivation. Start by defining our intention to train our mind. Divide your session into 3 parts: 1 practice for emotional balance: Compassion, Loving Kindness, Empathy or...

My teachers

I've studied with several teachers, Tibetan, Western, Zen, Theravada. In this photo I am with my teacher Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche in Nepal.   My main teacher is Alan Wallace, who is a disciple of the Dalai Lama, from whom I have received teachings too. Alan is a...

14 wise precepts from the great master Thich Nhat Hanh

I would like to share with you the “Thich Nhat Hanh’s 14 precepts” he is a very wise vietnamese zen master. 1. Do not be idolatrous about or bound to any doctrine, theory, or ideology, even Buddhist ones. All systems of thought are guiding means; they are not absolute...

Meditation will change your life

These practices present a direct path that leads to the realization of our deepest nature and the potentials of our consciousness.

Genuine Happiness

Happiness arises when one leads an ethical life, helping others to be happy and cultivating kindness and compassion.

Mindfulness & Shamatha

Shamatha meditation is known as the cultivation of calm and concentration. Mindfulness is remembering our object of meditation and paying attention to our actions of body, speech and mind.

Wisdom

This is cultivated not with the intellect but through an analysis of reality to understand how we exist in relation to everything that surrounds us.