SN #43: La Auto-Observación y la Atención Consciente

SN #43: La Auto-Observación y la Atención Consciente

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psicología espiritualidad autoconocimiento autoobservación atencion consciente


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Sacerdote oculto

Muchas gracias por este programa tan interesante, verdaderamente es un tema base para el trabajo interior, cabe añadir que depende mucho de la sinceridad con uno mismo, para no caer en autoengaños, las puertas del cielo se abren en el presente, estamos todos invitados.

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Juan Carlos Lacruz

¿Entonces de que es indicativo el sentimiento de extrañeza de uno mismo? No me ha quedado completamente claro. Un saludo y gracias por todo este saber.

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