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On this occasion, Juan Antonio Martín, accompanied by Alejandro Guerra Vazquez, founder of Wake up, told us about his personal experience, his inner journey towards consciousness. Jun Antonio Martin had two awakening moments in his life, first with a NDE Near Death Experience at the age of 20, and a second spiritual awakening at a mature age after a saturation of suffering.

These transformative experiences, this near-death experience, this awakening of Consciousness, changed his way of seeing the world.

A Journey into the Interior

Taking an inner journey into consciousness can be a transformative and meaningful experience.

It can involve a deep exploration of our own mind and inner self, with the goal of developing a greater understanding of ourselves and the reality around us.

Awakening consciousness is a process of personal and spiritual transformation that can lead to a greater awareness of ourselves and the world around us. This process can involve a wide range of experiences, such as changes in perspective and understanding, the development of greater empathy and compassion, and the search for meaning and purpose in life.

The Causes of the Awakening of Consciousness

The causes that can provoke the awakening of consciousness are diverse and vary from person to person. Some people experience an awakening of consciousness after a personal crisis or trauma, while others may experience a gradual shift in their perception of the world over time.

Other possible causes of awakening consciousness may include meditation experiences, reading self-help and spiritual books, connecting with nature, practicing gratitude, and reflecting on one’s life and interpersonal relationships.

On the other hand, many people report that the awakening of consciousness may be related to a feeling of connection to something larger than themselves, whether it is a spiritual community or a deeper connection to the universe.

In this interview with Juan Antonio we also talk about Death.


Modern Western society tends to avoid talking about death and mortality, and it is often seen as a taboo or uncomfortable subject. This may be due in part to the growing culture of youth and beauty, as well as the belief that death is something to be avoided or delayed by any means possible.

However, avoiding talking about death can have negative consequences, such as denying the reality of human mortality, which can hinder end-of-life preparation for both individuals and their loved ones. It can also limit our ability to cope with and process the pain and suffering that often accompany death.

It is important to keep in mind that talking openly about death does not mean glorifying or promoting it, but rather recognizing it as a natural part of the cycle of life and death. In doing so, we can find a greater understanding and acceptance of mortality and ultimately live our lives more fully and consciously.

Assimilating death

The human being is not capable of assimilating death, especially in some particularly painful cases such as the death of a small child. Jan Antonio tells us about the case of a friend of his who was unable to overcome the loss of a young daughter.

The death of a young child is a deeply painful and shocking experience for most people, and it is understandably difficult to find meaning or significance in it. This is largely because the death of a child seems to challenge the common notion that life should follow a natural order and that parents should outlive their children.

Death can be a painful experience that leads to a learning process

In addition, the death of a child raises many questions without satisfactory answers, such as “Why did this happen?” and “How could such a young and innocent being be the victim of such a tragedy?”

It is important to remember that the pain and suffering felt in response to the death of a child are normal and natural emotions, and that it is not always necessary to find meaning or explanation in them. Instead, it is important to allow yourself to feel and process emotions and to seek support and comfort from friends, family or mental health professionals if needed.

With all respect and support to all those who are going through the loss of a loved one.

Awakening from consciousness after a near-death experience

There is no clear and conclusive answer as to how a Near Death Experience (NDE) can trigger a spiritual awakening or consciousness awakening, as each experience is unique and the causes of spiritual awakening may vary from person to person.

However, some people who have experienced an NDE report a profound transformation in their outlook on life and an openness to spiritual and metaphysical experiences. These people may experience a greater sense of connection with others, with nature and with something greater than themselves.

Some theories suggest that NDEs may trigger a spiritual or consciousness awakening by challenging a person’s pre-existing beliefs and expectations about life and death. People who have experienced a NDE may feel that they have had an experience that has taken them beyond the limits of what they thought possible, which can lead to a greater openness to new ideas and perspectives.

Other theories suggest that NDEs may trigger a spiritual awakening by connecting people to a deeper dimension of consciousness and reality. Some people who have experienced a NDE describe the feeling of being in touch with a universal source of love and wisdom, which can lead to a greater sense of purpose and meaning in life.

What is a Near-Death Experience NDE?

A Near Death Experience (NDE) is an experience lived by some people who have been in a near-death situation or who have been declared clinically dead and then revived. These experiences are described as a sensation of separation from the body, the entrance into a tunnel of light, the presence of spiritual beings, the review of life, among other phenomena.

People who have experienced a NDE report a sense of peace, love and unity, and often report a profound and lasting transformation in their outlook on life. NDEs are the subject of study and debate in the scientific community and in spirituality, as the causes and meaning of these experiences are not fully understood.

Some scientists have suggested that NDEs may be caused by brain activity while under stress or lack of oxygen. Others suggest that NDEs may be a manifestation of consciousness separate from the physical body. Understanding NDEs remains a topic of research and discussion today.

The confusion between Consciousness and Consciousness

The difference between “consciousness” and “awareness” is mainly a matter of spelling and, in many contexts, they are used interchangeably to refer to the human capacity to perceive and understand the world around us.

However, in some fields of philosophy and psychology, a distinction has been drawn between these terms. In this sense, “consciousness” can be understood as the state of being awake, alert and aware of sensory stimuli and internal perceptions. On the other hand, “consciousness” can be understood as the ability to have subjective experience and knowledge of oneself and the world around us, including reflection and introspection.

The distinction between “consciousness” and “awareness” is primarily a matter of usage and context, and there may be different definitions depending on the field of study or theoretical perspective. In general, they are used to describe the human capacity to consciously perceive, understand and experience the world.

From Silence to Consciousness

Silence can have a very close relationship with awareness, as it can help develop greater mindfulness and a clearer perception of thoughts, emotions and physical sensations. The constant noise of the modern world can distract us and hinder our ability to concentrate and reflect effectively.

When we take a moment to be quiet, we can calm our minds and become more aware of our surroundings, our emotions and our thoughts. By being silent, we can connect with our inner selves, reflect on our experiences and make more conscious and careful decisions.

In addition, silence can also be a useful tool for the development of meditation and mindfulness, which can help improve our ability to focus, reduce stress and increase our awareness of ourselves and the world around us.

In short, silence can be a powerful practice for cultivating awareness and mindfulness, allowing us to connect with our inner self and improve our perception and understanding of the world around us.

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