Enrique martinez lozano meditacion

Enrique martinez lozano meditacion

guided mindfulness series (session 3)

Enrique Martínez Lozano (Guadalaviar, Teruel, 1950) is a psychotherapist, sociologist and theologian. He is an animator of meetings and retreats, lecturer and author of several books and is committed to the task of articulating psychology and spirituality, opening new perspectives that favor the integral growth of the person. His work assumes and develops the transpersonal theory and the non-dual model of cognition.

He has the gift of articulating psychology and spirituality in a simple, yet profound and effective way, enhancing personal growth and the experience of the most genuine spirituality, from the attention to our peculiar moment of cultural transformation.

The concept of psychology and spirituality, integration and personal unification, who we are, ways to overcome difficulties in human relationships or the phenomenon of the shadow, as a key to understanding, are some of the topics that the psychotherapist and theologian Enrique Martínez Lozano develops in his books, essential reading for all those people who long to live who they are.

Enrique martinez lozano meditacion 2021

enrique martínez lozano – mindfulness: guided meditation

Sleep is a very necessary behavior and we all know that when we do not do it well in the long term our well-being suffers… It has a lot to do with our physiological recharge, with our memory processes being completed correctly, as well as with our daytime emotional processes being able to be digested. But it is also necessary to de-dramatize.    There is an insomnia due to fear of insomnia that requires the dismantling of certain beliefs as a starting point:

Enrique Martínez Lozano has been the master of ceremonies to delve into anxiety. A disorder that together with stress and narcissism are so common in our time and culture. What has favored this anxiety epidemic in the West?

We experience anxiety as fear but it is a hunger for affection because it is born of insecurity and affective emptiness. It manifests itself in the form of addictions that give us the feeling that they can fill that void.

This hunger has a lot to do with the type of attachment we had in our early childhood and is resolved with the understanding that the affection we need is not the one we should have received, but the one we have to give ourselves now to fill that void.

enrique martinez. non-duality: beauty of knowing, wisdom

More or less afflicted by the circumstances in which we live, we humans have a tendency to idealize the past -the traditional image in our culture spoke of the «original paradise», from which we would have been thrown out for our sin- and to project happiness in the future -in a «heaven» or «paradise» that would definitely fulfill all our desires-.

Such a reading speaks, primarily, of our desires and is based on a sequential reading of time. For this very reason, it presents two radically questionable points: on the one hand, it seems to forget that all forms are subject to the law of impermanence -in other words, it is impossible to speak of «fullness» in reference to any form-; on the other hand, the sequential reading of time is a mental creation.

What we are, beyond the «personal» form in which we experience ourselves, is fullness of presence or conscious, permanent and stable presence. It is meaningless to expect a perfect «future». What we will be we already are. Hence the saying of a mystic, whose name I have forgotten: «If you are not in heaven now, you will not be in heaven when you die».