I hope you are well, as well as your family and loved ones. As of January 2022, just completed my 65 years, I will take a year off from my public role as a Zen teacher and as president of the CBSZ. Does 45 years I received the ordination of a Buddhist monk soto zen from my… Continue reading
Monday 4 October 2021 The CBSZ Virtual Campus opens. Collect the teachings of the Zen masters of the Soto Zen Buddhist Community, in the form of study courses and seminars.Continue reading
“Autonomía atencional es la capacidad, the duty and right of the individual to consciously manage their care and to establish rules of attentional conduct consciously decided by themselves, in pursuit of your personal and social well-being, en pos del pleno desarrollo de sus capacidades cognitivas y de su plena conciencia”. Dokushô Villalba
When you garden, the life-death cycle becomes evident. Observation and care of plants, from its sowing in the seedbed until the moment in which the dry branches are cut and deposited in the compost, going through the seedling stage, for growth, the transplant, la… Continue reading
Find inhttp://e.sotozen.es/bioenergeticadelameditacion, all the information and the registration process for this webinar taught by teacher Dokusho Villalba and Soledad Ruíz López and tutored by Instructors of the#CBSZ. You will be able to access a valuable theoretical-practical content in which the body dynamics will be exposed, emotional, mental and spiritual through which the energetic transformation of the awakening experience takes place.
Meditation practice is not body gymnastics, a mental exercise, a psychotherapy, nor a metaphysical practice, but a process through which matter is transformed into energy and energy into consciousness. We invite you to be part of this experience.
Sotozen Buddhist Community – CBSZ
Conference aimed at economics students where the difficulties faced by the individual economic agent to become an effective agent of change towards sustainable development are reviewed. Las dificultades nacen del conflicto entre el deseo de consumir y producir de forma ilimitada en el que se basa el actual sistema… Continue reading
In this meditation workshop we will work on the Zen principles that transformed the Japanese martial arts on the way to awakening and we will see how to integrate them into the practice of martial arts, whatever each one practices, as well as in everyday life.
Facilitated by Dokushô Villalba and José Luis Cortina