Once upon a time there was a Zen monk who lived in a forest amidst blue mountains. No, in a distant country in Asia, no. Here close. In Spain, Valencia Community, Requena.Continue reading
I had this conversation with Mauricio Torres, from Mexico, Doctor of Psychiatry and published on his Faith Land podcast,the 23 December 2020.
Podcast of the program Asia Hoy of Radio Exterior of Spain, About the book “Full attention. Mindfulness based on the Buddhist tradition”, by Dokushô Villalba.
Was issued on 19 May of 2019.
The conversation between the director of the program and Ana Romero is accompanied by very good music.
This is the interview that José García gave me for his portal https://elestoico.com
We talk about my personal journey, of Stoicism and Buddhism and many other interesting topics.
Video of the presentation talk of the Attentional Autonomy Course, with Zen master Dokushô Villalba.
More information about the course and registration: https://sotozen.es/curso-autonomia-atencional/
Here is the podcast of the interview that Alex Fidalgo did with me recently for his program “Whatever you say”.
Here is the video of the conversation I had with Estela Millán about Attentional Autonomy through instagram.
More information and course registration here.
Iñaki Calvo gave me this interview yesterday for his blog Conconciencia.com
If you want to know more about the Attentional Autonomy course in this page you will find more information and the registration form. You can also write to email@example.com or call the following numbers: 609 415 605 – 962 301 055.
INTRODUCTION TALK In this free talk, Dokusho Villalba will present the course and present the concept and experience of Attentional Autonomy. We will learn how our attention is captured and how Attentional Autonomy can help us free our attention, Audio… Continue reading
Interview with the Zen master Dokushô Villalba by Luis Alberto Iglesias for the Summer Summit 2020 organized by Value School, Conscious investment. The role of money as a symbol of immortality is discussed, unhealthy consumption and the need for a lifestyle based on voluntary simplicity.