The old zen saying spoke of disciples who were searching for teachers. Seen that supply and demand, searches and encounters, balance and today it seems that the issue is rather that teachers are his disciples. Joaquín G. Weil writes. Like there are today more hunters than [...]Read more.
Joaquín G. Weil
A new course is opened for those who are interested in joining as instructors/teachers of yoga. The wording of YogaenRed have continued coming doubts and questions from readers that we can not satisfy. This a questionnaire have raised several specialized schools. Today we offer the answers of Joaquín. G. Weil, [...]Read more.
Superar el sufrimiento mediante la sabiduría es la esencia de las darshanas o escuelas filosóficas de la India antigua. Sin embargo, cuando el Buda conoció a Mahakassapa le aconsejó la meditación sobre el cuerpo en la alegría o contento (santosha, en sánscrito), con la energía física serenamente alta y la mente clara. Escribe Joaquín G. Weil. […]Read more.
I have seen beginners with the wonder in their eyes. The effect of yoga is portentous of itself, in its various aspects: spiritual, the psychophysics, healer and... social. I want to tell you our experience here. Joaquín G. Weil writes. In the sharing we do after the free meditation [...]Read more.
In the previous installment of this article we have studied how the ideas and emotional attitude can cause disease of the body in the person. Now let's examine how mental and sentimental attitude may cause the recovery of health through the Yoga of healing Psychophysics. A few months ago that I have [...]Read more.
As a friend said, there are physical illnesses, and then there are those caused by the mind. The good news is that, if there are any diseases physical, by pure logic there are also physical healings, and of course also the healing caused by the mind... Joaquín G. Weil writes. .. .of same way that speaks much of the [...]Read more.
What is the profound meaning of wisdom? What the difference of mere knowledge? How, where, why and for what to acquire it? Sometimes an event in our lives, an encounter with notables gives us the key. Joaquín G. Weil writes. In the ancient dolmen buried under a mound, which is like a circle, [...]Read more.
The end of the life of Buddha was not a heroic or sacrificial death, but a death like that of the majority of people: disease in the provecta age. Then will tell you a story that can give a twist to our way of seeing these things... Joaquín G. Weil writes. Recently [...]Read more.
First of all, the seeker of truth, the seeker, which tries to find is a response. A response to the pain of suffering, the fear of loneliness... to its vital anguish, often made up of receding personality. For this reason it delves into the inner world, for answers vital, transcendental. Answers [...]Read more.
Tras horas de retraso en su inauguración el día 12, comenzó el así anunciado “mayor evento de espiritualidad y desarrollo personal de Europa”, Being One. Al día siguiente la prensa generalista publicó que el evento había sido cancelado, pero el evento continuó… ¿Qué pasó en el One Being Forum? ¿Y qué enseñanza podemos extraer de […]Read more.