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Do we build identities to achieve the confidence that hides our inner chaos from us?

Do we build identities to achieve the confidence that hides our inner chaos from us? Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. Pedro, who had just been introduced to Juan, smiling politely at him, asked: - "Juan, what?" - "Casque, Juan Casque," he replied,...

Do we corrupt our lives by living to have?

Do we corrupt our lives by living to have? Contributed by Isabel Hernández Negrin from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. I want to make the stipulation that having some things for basic survival is pretty normal and is in fact necessary. But here I would like to...

How does my involuntary thinking disturb me?

How does my involuntary thinking disturb me? Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. Involuntary thinking is a characteristic of our internal experience. Very often we enter, at any moment, into a period of involuntary thinking in which an uncontrolled...

What happens to me when I do not live consciously that I live?

What happens to me when I do not live consciously that I live? Contributed by Isabel Hernández Negrin from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. If I am not aware of my life, my reactions, my emotions and my thoughts, who holds the reins of my life? When you do not know...

Every step we take in life brings its own lesson and there is no better learning than the one born of the experiences that we live.

Every step we take in life brings its own lesson and there is no better learning than the one born of the experiences that we live. Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. Life is... It is incredible how many ways we use to describe life. In order to define...

Does hope postpone the feeling of the problem that we want to solve?

Does hope postpone the feeling of the problem that we want to solve? Contributed by Isabel Hernández Negrin from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. According to the Royal Spanish Academy, the word hope signifies: “The state of mind that arises when what is desired is...

When you pursue the desire to pay attention, you end up being exhausted.

When you pursue the desire to pay attention, you end up being exhausted. Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. Whenever you pursue the desire for something that you do not have, you end up being exhausted. And that is not only because of the effort you...

When We live in a state of self-absorption, does life slip between involuntary thoughts?

When We live in a state of self-absorption, does life slip between involuntary thoughts? Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. The time that we spend engrossed in the involuntary thoughts is often times of great importance. Very frequently we let...

Does my resistance to what I am, disorientate me, making me suffer?

Does my resistance to what I am, disorientate me, making me suffer? Contributed by Isabel Hernández Negrin from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. Many of us have felt rejection from some aspect of our own. Maybe we think that we are not good for something, or...

Do the beliefs about me prevent me from learning?

Do the beliefs about me prevent me from learning? Commentary by Carlos Herrero Osés from Navarra, Spain. The beliefs continue to be the thoughts that we assume to be true, with regard to the past experiences. They are a part of the past and are subjective and very...

How is my life when I choose my responses responsibly?

How is my life when I choose my responses responsibly? Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. Every moment of our lives is new for us. We have never lived this moment. The experience that you are living right now is absolutely new to you. Life is an...

Am I the one responsible for my suffering?

Am I the one responsible for my suffering? Contributed by Isabel Hernández Negrin from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. "The blame never falls on the ground" is a Cuban saying that I just love. We always dump on someone - and not on myself - the responsibility of...

Basic exercise on self-observation

Basic exercise on self-observation "On how to change my mood" Contributed by Esteban Rojas Nieto from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. An exercise of at least 5 minutes: Relaxed and with no outstanding work to do, I pay attention to how I feel. When a thought...

Can anyone but me know changing reality?

Can anyone but me know changing reality? Commentary by José Parés Pérez. Concepción, Chile. The universe, of which we are one of the millions of marvellous manifestations, in its most intimate nature, keeps changing at unbelievably high velocities. Like everything...

Will I find peace by resisting my violence?

Will I find peace by resisting my violence? Contributed by Isabel Hernandez Negrin from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. To begin with, how can I resist, reject or fight against my violence? What do I mean by this? I can think of a couple of ways. First: Denying,...
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