David Peat

We also speak of works that each one in isolation being made without having reached agreement, since they are very similar. Ramon clarifies on spirituality and religion, since this creates confusion. US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention takes a slightly different approach. For example religion is based on dogma, in a belief, while spirituality is based on the direct experience of the transcendent. Religiously it kills a human being on behalf of her, while spirituality leads to unconditional love, universal love and takes him to the fraternity, equanimity, fraternity, compassion, harmony with the other inhabitants of the planet. If you are not convinced, visit Tom Florio. With the foregoing not religions is disqualifying, but it opens up a space for dialogue between them. In the book entitled: wisdom, love and compassion (2004), has the same format that in the above, is a series of interviews with various personalities, among them: Ada Elvir Rivera, Abelardo Brenes, p. Krishna, and others.

Among those who emphasizes his talk with David Peat and he comments on the impact of new science on the traditional churches, that all they may have a common participation where academic and behavioral can emerge something new, perhaps people feel more deeply the lives and not as something. And that new science try to spiritual matters in a deeper way and not in a superficial way, where institutions are fully spiritual and not corrupted by things that tend to shape it. So it says that people should interact among themselves, there is no isolated spirituality; They must share the wonders that there is in the universe. The path of the perennial philosophy (2004). This book is analogous to the two that I’ve described above among which stands out the one done by David Fontana. He says that the suffering is fundamentally existential and it is a response that Buddha gave us to say that there are three reasons for the suffering: addiction, adhere to things; aversion, reject what you don’t want; and ignorance, i.e.