Meditation is presented here not only as an activity, as a pedagogical process with a wide range of possibilities, but also as a life attitude with simplicity at its base. The author wishes the proposed exercises to be, rather than links, aids that are compatible with any religious belief or choice. Thus, they are all relative and, therefore, optional, i.e. means rather than ends, since the sole purpose is the fullness of Silence.
Esteve Humet (1947) is a clinical and transpersonal psychologist. He specialises in meditation and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). Drawing on two sources of inspiration, Christianity and Hinduism, his life has also followed two paths: one of solitude – deepened through silence – and one of offering refuge – whether therapeutic, or in connection with meditation and spirituality. He has translated, among others, Anthony De Mello, Henry Le Saux and the Upanishads. This is his first publication in Spanish.
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