Enrique martinez lozano meditacion
Enrique martínez lozano.the joy of being. happiness from
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 : letting go to be. surrender
Sleeping 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 the 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.
Undoubtedly. I understand that there are people who find this term repugnant, for various reasons, and prefer to use another term. But just as there can be no human growth without the cultivation of emotional intelligence, neither is it possible without the care of “spiritual intelligence”.
Whether we are aware of it or not, God is already living in all of us, in all that is. A “separate” God is only a mental projection. We simply “let him live” to the extent that we become aware of it. Then and there we begin to perceive and live non-duality.
Non-duality is a “way of knowing” and, therefore, a way of approaching the Real and a way of living, which seems to me to be more adjusted than the “mental way”. More adjusted because the Real cannot be but one-in-the-difference.
It seems to me that the passage from the “mental model” to the “non-dual model” -which is already beginning to take place in philosophy, psychology, sociology, hermeneutics…- constitutes one of the most revolutionary changes of our historical moment, for all the consequences it brings.
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The integral growth of the person, which does not forget any of its dimensions and takes into account emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence, requires a triple care, which can be expressed in three words: affection, attention and silence. We will dwell briefly on each of them.
It seems important to me to underline that what hurts and weighs us today is not the love that we were not given -although this fact serves to understand our history and the way we treat ourselves-; strictly speaking, today it hurts and weighs us the love that we do not give to ourselves. And in the same way, that love that we do not give ourselves is what sustains the feeling of affective emptiness that introduces us to anxiety and different addictions.
The mental model revolves around “thinking”; the non-dual model is sustained by “attending”. It is attention that frees us from confusion and suffering and opens the door to understanding what we are. We can never adequately answer the first question – what am I – by thinking, but only by attending.