The psychology of the buddhas:
The journey from identification to love
Details of the Lesson
Teacher: Alberto Varela
Barcelona, January 2022
The mind does not let us see absolutely anything that transcendence allows you to see, it looks obsessively at the object, it does not want to look at anything else. When you start to look at your own mind, that look from the outside itself starts a process of transformation, because as soon as you can observe your mind as an object, the process begins in which you can detach yourself from it and if you are seen by your consciousness, that observation will not allow you to identify with the mind.
This process was originally raised in the "psychology of the Buddhas" and the great masters have called it the state of NO MIND.
When we dare to look inward despite everything that the mind prevents and does not want, the journey towards love begins.
Meet the Teacher
Founder of companies and organizations; creator of techniques, methods and schools; author of several books. Self-taught student, researcher and international lecturer, with more than 40 years of experience in organizational management and HR. Currently, his influence is growing in the motivational, therapeutic and spiritual spheres as a result of the evolutionary message that he transmits.