Enrique martinez lozano biografia
Enduit façade exterieur
Enrique Mártinez Lozano was born in Guadalaviar, Teruel, in 1950. He is an animator of meetings and retreats, lecturer and author of several books (see his website at the end of the text), he knows how to articulate psychology and spirituality in a simple, profound and effective way, enhancing the growth of the human being. He uses Meditation as a deep experience to live the Unity and overcome all separateness and duality.
Sometimes it has been difficult for me to “see”, also because indecision is another trait of my character. But when I have seen clearly, I have realized, even very surprised, that no one and nothing could stop me (even though I lived a lot of insecurity before the opinion of others). And, on the other hand, confidence, an underlying feeling that, even in the midst of the greatest bewilderment, kept assuring me: “Trust. All is well. It did not come from the mind – which saw many things wrong and was suffering – but it tasted like the real thing.
That is how my life and spiritual experience has run, not as two separate things, but at all times unified. I have always been gifted with a special “nose” to detect the falsity of all dualism.
Enrique martinez lozano: living without beliefs?
An approach to reality from different perspectives and, by taking a little distance, as a whole, discovering that reality is an admirable puzzle in its very complex simplicity. I have discovered that the key to understanding the real is paradox. Briefly put, it could be expressed in this way: reality is not what it seems. This phrase, by the way, is the title of one of the books by the quantum physicist Carlo Rovelli. And it is not what it seems because, beyond the forms we perceive, there is the other side of the real, that which remains hidden from the senses and the mind. The paradox – which is only an apparent contradiction – opens our gaze to always see the double dimension – the two levels – of the real.
If the question is not too indiscreet, what have you discovered about yourself through the practice of transpersonal psychology? Or, asking the big question: What are you? It’s okay if you don’t want to answer. It is, after all, a very intimate thing.
It has been one of the great gifts of my existence and it became clear to me, if I can put it that way, in two moments: in the first I understood that I am nothing that I can observe, but that which observes; and in the second I was gifted with an experience of deep understanding where it became clear to me that, beyond the form or persona in which we are experiencing ourselves, we are conscious presence. The great problem -and tragedy- of the West is that we have confused ourselves with the mind and reduced ourselves to it. In reality, we have mind, but we are consciousness. This is what it all boils down to.
1/06/20 | interview with gilberto lozano
Graduated from the graduate program in Playwriting at the University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia, and from the playwriting program at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Australia. He also completed a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
He has written some twenty dramatic texts, including: Los difusos finales de las cosas, for which he won the 2006 National Playwriting Award; Noche oscura, lugar tranquilo, winner of the 2015 National Playwriting Award; and “Transmigración, los lobos no van a la guerra”, winner of the 2015 National Playwriting Award of the University of Antioquia.
He has taught in the Master’s Degree in Creative Writing at the National University of Colombia in Bogota, in the Diploma in Playwriting at the Paco Urondo Center of the University of Buenos Aires and in drama programs at the University of Valle and the Departmental Institute of Fine Arts of Cali, among others.
Marta gonzález: “my ex had a parallel life”.
This edition could not leave aside the difficult situations we are living through of individual and collective loss, both death and separation of loved ones as well as our livelihoods, connections, activities, so we thought it necessary to extend its duration and end Sunday afternoon with a resilience practice that will help us to name these losses, to give space to pain and uncertainty, to connect with our individual and collective resilience that shares the IX Spirituality Forum.
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