Recursos / Resources
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Recursos de meditación

Los Cuatro Métodos del Entrenamiento de la Compasión

1. Igualar la empatía

Igualar la empatía: Descubriendo el sesgo implícito (texto, Joe Loizzo)
Igualar la empatía (meditación de Joe Loizzo traducida y leída por Javier García Campayo):

2a. Autocompasión consciente

Autocompasión consciente (texto, Joe Loizzo)
Autocompasión consciente (meditación de Joe Loizzo traducida y leída por Javier García Campayo):

2b. RAIN de autocompasión

RAIN de autocompasión (texto, Joe Loizzo)
RAIN de Autocompasión (meditación de Joe Loizzo traducida y leída por Javier García Campayo):

3. Dar y tomar: afrontando la adversidad

Dar y tomar: afrontando la adversidad (texto, Joe Loizzo)
Dar y tomar: afrontando la adversidad (meditación de Joe Loizzo traducida y leída por Javier García Campayo):

4. Invocando a los mentores: la guía interior

Invocando a los mentores: la guía interior (texto, Joe Loizzo)
Invocando a los mentores: la guía interior (meditación de Joe Loizzo traducida por Javier García Campayo y guiada por Mar Aige):

Desarrollo de la figura de apego (audio, Javier García Campayo)

Escalas de mindfulness y compasión

García-Campayo, J. y Demarzo, M. ¿Qué sabemos del Mindfulness? Editorial Kairós, Barcelona, 2018.

Escalas de mindfulness y compasión (español)

Escala de autocompasión (portugués)

Escala de mindfulness (portugués)

Compasión y estilos de apego

García Campayo J. La practica de la compasión. Capítulo 3. Barcelona: Siglantana, 2019

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Meditation Resources

Healing Mentor Meditation Script (Sadhana), translated and composed by J. Loizzo for 2014 Menla Medicine Buddha empowerment and teachings.

Meditation scripts in Sustainable Happiness (2012):

Practicing Equanimity, pages 168–171.
Giving and Taking on the Breath, pages 184–186.
The Royal Reason of Relativity, pages 220–222.

Practice Journal (docx)

Didactic Journal (doc)

Basic Meditation Toolbox (pdf)

dhammas: Fourth Horizon of Mindfulness (pdf)

Clinical Applications of Meditation and Mechanisms of Change (pdf)

Mind-Training / Compassion Meditations

Compassion and Social Healing

Equanimity: Feeling Equal Empathy for All. (Joe Loizzo)
Introduces the basic practice of clearing the mind: releasing the grip clinging, prejudice and aversion put on our social life and bringing equal attention and empathy to all our interactions, whether with loved ones, strangers or opponents.
Open-Mindedness: Exposing and Clearing the Reactive Self. (Joe Loizzo)
Introduces the art of contemplative self-analysis, which traces our stress-reactive bias and habits to their root—our traumatic self-constructs and self-protective instincts—then works to expose and clear these blocks to unbiased awareness and radical open-mindedness.
Building Compassion: Reversing the Flow of Give and Take. (Joe Loizzo)
Covers the art of building unconditional love and universal compassion, by adopting all beings as part of our family of life and reversing the self-centered flow of give and take by taking care and giving love to all life, one interaction at a time.
Compassionate Openness: Engaging the Proactive Self. (Joe Loizzo)
Covers the final step in the art of clearing the mind for social engagement: learning to shift our childhood reactive sense of self to a mature self based on the impartial awareness of radical open-mindedness and the team spirit of unconditional love, care, joy and equanimity.
Giving and Taking (Miles Neale)
Meditation offered by Miles Neale from Class 1 “Train in the Preliminaries” Year 2 of the Nalanda Institute Four Year Program in Sustainable Happiness “Mind Training: Art of Stress Resilience and Social-Transformation.”

Role-Modeling Imagery and Cultural Healing

Brief Role-Modeling Imagery of the Ideal Healer (Joe Loizzo)
Covers the sevenfold practice of accessing our full potential through identifying healing ideals and bonding with others who model ways of being we choose to emulate.
Role-Modeling Imagery of the Ideal Healer (Joe Loizzo)
Covers the sevenfold practice of accessing our full potential through identifying healing ideals and bonding with others who model ways of being we choose to emulate. This version of role-modeling practice is for those of you who may feel more comfortable envisioning a healing mentor in the form of an image drawn from your own culture or imagination, rather than from the contemplative healing traditions of India and Tibet.
Brief Role-Modeling: Finding the Healing Mother Within (Joe Loizzo)
This brief role-modeling visualization is based on the traditional Indo-Tibetan practice of the Healing Mother, White Tara. It condenses the sevenfold practice of accessing the pure awareness, energy and chemistry we need be act as our own healing mother, and closes with a brief taste of gentle abdominal breath-holding.
Inner Role-Modeling: Embodying the Healing Mother (Joe Loizzo)
This brief role-modeling visualization is based on the traditional Indo-Tibetan practice of the Healing Mother, White Tara. It condenses the sevenfold practice of accessing the pure awareness, energy and chemistry we need be act as our own healing mother, and closes with a brief taste of gentle abdominal breath-holding.

Sublimation and Natural Healing

The Flow of Inspiration: Becoming a Heroic Altruist (Joe Loizzo)
Introduces the art of purifying our minds and nervous systems of the habits, energies and chemistry that support traumatic memories, aversive emotions and reactive behavior, and tapping and channeling the flow of radical openness, positive energy and bliss chemistry we need to sustain a life heroic integrity and altruism. It is based on the traditional Indo-Tibetan practice of the Heroic Altruist, Vajrasattva, in the androgynous form of the embracing mother-father.
Evolving with the Universe: Becoming a Living Time-Machine (Joe Loizzo)
Introduces the art of communing with the blissful energy and wave-like forms of life on planet earth, seen as the quickest, most effective way for us humans to develop the radically open minds and nervous systems we need to support lives of global interdependence and sustainable happiness. It is based on the six-session practice of the Wheel of Time or “Time-Machine,” Kalachakra, the androgynous role-model of heroic altruism that embodies the perfect embrace of mother Earth and father Time, in the dance of the evolution of global consciousness.

Lectures