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Conscious Talks is a new format of free event for self-knowledge. We are talking about human relationships and learning to relate in a conscious way.
In this talk we address topics such as
Relationships based on love
Relating with the awareness that we all are one
Learning to forgive even those who hurt us
To be aware that no one can harm us, but we ourselves.
Relate With compassion
Being aware of our belief system
Different speakers and experts in different areas will share opinions and knowledge in order to learn and grow together.
On this occasion, Charlas conscientes talks about Human Relationships and for this we have the presence of:
Rocío Martín Díez
Mother of three children, one of them with a disability, she learned years ago that every difficulty can be turned into an opportunity for learning and personal growth… She stopped fighting and started her awakening and thus, to be herself, to start living. Writer of “The Gift that Changed Our Lives”. He directs an entity dedicated to accompanying families with disabilities.
Luis Pablo García Coronado
Physical therapist, teaching people how to reach meditation through exercise, healthy lifestyle habits and health promotion.
Entrepreneur who has spent 24 years of his professional life in the United States and the United Kingdom where he founded companies in the finance, hospitality, and consulting sectors.
He began his career as a financial advisor to business families, which allowed him to develop an integral vision of the dynamics that make up the business world, the company, the family, and ultimately, the individual as the central axis.
In 2012, she decided to step out of her comfort zone to make a radical change in her life. Currently, her main dedication is to deepen her personal growth, along with the service and accompaniment of people, at a personal and professional level, in their search for a happier and more conscious life.
Let me tell you that today I love my life, but this was not so from the beginning. I had to make drastic, course-changing decisions to come to love life as I do today.
I was only 17 years old when I moved to the USA to study business, later specializing in an MBA. I followed the established path, and prepared myself at two of the best business universities in the United States. Before finishing my studies, I had already got a job in one of the country’s large multinationals. At that point, the “Happy Future” should have been guaranteed. As always happens in life, what you might expect took a turn and soon I began to feel that this was not my path. As if in a premonition, on my first day of work I couldn’t even attend because Miami was being ravaged by a Hurricane. An unmistakable sign of what was about to happen. Inside me, the idea of fraud began to brew regarding what I should expect from life. You can’t imagine how many times I thought: “I’ve been cheated, life can’t be like this”. Then I connected with the memory of my inner child, who reminded me that at some point I wanted to be a doctor and help people feel healthy. I was in that maelstrom when my mind could not take it anymore and gave me what today I know was the best lighthouse to reach port: a great depression. And I say gift conscious of how counterproductive it may be for you. Without that signal from my body, I would never have made the decision to change my life, and I would not be here today to help you heal. I put the brakes on, listened to my body and left my professional career to go back to college and train in Chiropractic. To this day, the best decision of my life.
Lifelong learner’ in continuous search of balance in the different facets of life, from the personal, where he has the privilege of being the father of 3 little joyful souls that allow him to stay connected to the child inside and enjoy the day to day, while giving purpose to his professional life, as an ‘econo-logist’, economist who supports ecology, and as a representative of Humanity’s Team, Humanity’s Team in the UK, from where he continues to build bridges to facilitate the transition to a more sustainable and prosperous way of life.
Conscious human relationships are those in which people are aware of their own presence, as well as the presence of others, and strive to maintain meaningful and respectful relationships with others.
In this type of relationship, people are willing to actively listen to others, to be honest and authentic in their interactions, to be compassionate and empathetic, and to show respect for differences and diversity. People in conscious human relationships are also responsible for their own emotions and actions, and make conscious decisions about how to interact with others.
Mindful human relationships are important because they promote emotional well-being, empathy and human connection. By being aware of our interactions and how they affect others, we can build more meaningful and satisfying relationships and reduce the likelihood of conflict and misunderstandings.
Relating with compassion
Relating with compassion implies having the ability to empathize with others and act in a compassionate manner towards them. Compassion is an attitude of openness and love towards others, and is about being present for them and showing genuine interest in their well-being.
When you relate with compassion, you are willing to listen to others, understand their feelings and perspectives, and respond appropriately and empathetically. You are also willing to help people when they need it and to do so in a spirit of generosity and without expecting anything in return.
Compassion also involves being kind and gentle with others, even when they are going through difficult times or when they have made mistakes. Instead of judging or criticizing, compassion allows us to see people as imperfect human beings who deserve love and understanding.
Relating with compassion implies having a loving and open attitude towards others, showing empathy, generosity, kindness and understanding at all times.
Relating with Love
Relating to others with love is a deep and meaningful form of connection that involves seeing and treating others as valuable human beings worthy of love and respect. When we relate with love, we are open and willing to connect with others on an emotional, physical and spiritual level.
Relating with love implies accepting others as they are, without judging them or trying to change them. It also involves being honest and authentic in our communication, showing vulnerability and understanding towards others. By relating from love, we can create a deeper and more meaningful connection with others and build lasting, positive relationships.
In addition, relating from love allows us to develop empathy, compassion and understanding towards others, which can improve our own mental and emotional health. It allows us to be more aware of our own emotions and needs, and the emotions and needs of others.
Relating from love is a form of deep and meaningful connection with others, based on acceptance, authenticity and mutual respect. In doing so, we can build healthier, more meaningful and enriching relationships that help us grow and develop as people.
We relate to each other based on our beliefs
Our belief system is the way we understand and make sense of the world around us, and is influenced by our experiences, culture, education, religion, among other factors.
Our beliefs influence how we perceive and relate to others. For example, if we believe that honesty is an important value, we are likely to expect the people we interact with to be honest and act ethically. Similarly, if we believe that cultural differences are enriching, we are more likely to have cross-cultural relationships and value diversity.
However, our beliefs can also limit our relationships if they are rigid or dogmatic. If we have inflexible beliefs and are unwilling to consider other perspectives, we may have difficulty connecting with others who have beliefs different from our own.
Questioning our belief system
Questioning our belief system is an important and necessary process for personal growth and evolution. Our belief system is a collection of ideas, values and assumptions that we have acquired throughout our lives, often influencing how we see and understand the world around us.
However, it is important to realize that our belief system is not necessarily the absolute truth, and that it can be limiting or even detrimental to us and others. By questioning our beliefs, we can discover new perspectives, enrich ourselves from diversity and grow in understanding and tolerance.
To question our belief system, it is useful to ask ourselves questions such as:
Why do I believe what I believe?
Where do my beliefs come from?
Are my beliefs based on experience or are they just assumptions?
How have my beliefs evolved over time?
Are my beliefs helping or limiting me?
Am I willing to consider and accept other perspectives?
Questioning our belief system can also be uncomfortable and challenging, as it can involve confronting preconceived and often entrenched ideas. However, if we are willing to be honest with ourselves and open to new ideas, we can open ourselves to greater understanding, tolerance and personal growth.
The importance of forgiving those who hurt us
Learning to forgive those who hurt you is an emotionally difficult, but very liberating process. Forgiveness does not mean justifying or excusing the other person’s behavior, but freeing yourself from the emotional burden you carry with you.
The process of forgiving someone who has hurt you can be challenging and require time and effort. Some steps you can take to learn to forgive are:
Accepting what happened: Accepting that someone has hurt you can be difficult, but it is an important first step in beginning the forgiveness process. It does not mean that you agree with what happened, but that you accept that it is a reality.
Make the decision to forgive: Forgiving is a conscious decision you make to free yourself from the hurt and anger you feel toward the other person.
Understand the other person’s perspective: Try to put yourself in the other person’s shoes and understand their point of view. This can help you take a broader view of the situation.
Letting go of anger and resentment: By forgiving, you are releasing the negative feelings you carry with you. Learning to let go of anger and resentment can be a long and challenging process, but it is essential to achieving emotional peace and tranquility.
Not expecting an apology: You will not always receive an apology from the person who hurt you. It is important that you learn to forgive without expecting an apology, as this will allow you to move forward.
Work on rebuilding trust: If you decide to continue the relationship with the person who has hurt you, it is important to work on rebuilding trust. This involves having honest conversations and setting clear boundaries.
Relating to others knowing and taking into account that we are all one implies recognizing that, despite our differences, we are all connected and part of the same reality. This understanding leads us to act in a more conscious and loving way towards others, as we understand that whatever we do to others, we do to ourselves.
When we relate to others knowing that we are all one, we are more willing to show compassion, empathy and tolerance towards others, regardless of our differences. We recognize that we are all human beings with our own stories, challenges and experiences, and that each of us deserves love and respect.
This understanding leads us to recognize that our actions have an impact on the world around us and on other human beings. It makes us more aware of our role in creating a more just, sustainable and harmonious society, and motivates us to act positively in our relationships and in the world.
Relating to others in the knowledge that we are all one involves recognizing our connection and responsibility to the world and to each other, and acting in a more loving, compassionate and conscious way. This understanding allows us to build more meaningful and enriching relationships and contribute to the creation of a more just and sustainable world for all.
Be aware that no one is hurting you
It is important to keep in mind that the way we relate to others and how we interpret their actions and words depends to a large extent on our own perception and past experiences. While it is true that others can have an impact on our emotions and well-being, it is important to remember that ultimately it is we ourselves who are responsible for our own happiness and well-being.
When we relate to others from the perspective that no one can harm us but that we ourselves are in control of our own perception and emotional response, we can cultivate an attitude of empowerment and responsibility for our own lives. Instead of blaming others for our negative feelings, we can recognize that we are responsible for our own emotions and reactions, and we can take steps to take care of our emotional health.
By recognizing that our own perception and emotional response is in our own hands, we can learn to relate more openly, authentically and empathetically to others. By ceasing to see others as a potential threat to our own happiness, we can focus on cultivating meaningful and respectful relationships based on love, compassion and empathy.
The most important relationship is with oneself
the most important relationship that any person can have is the relationship with himself. This internal relationship is fundamental because it influences all the other relationships we establish in our lives.
When we accept and love ourselves, we are better able to establish healthy and satisfying relationships with others. On the other hand, if we do not value ourselves or treat ourselves badly, we are more likely to have problems in our interpersonal relationships.
In addition, our relationship with ourselves also influences our self-esteem, our confidence and our ability to make decisions and face life’s challenges. A good relationship with oneself also allows us to recognize our strengths and weaknesses, which in turn helps us to focus on our goals and achieve success in different areas of our lives.
Other points to take into account in order to have conscious human relations
In order to have conscious human relationships, there are several aspects that can be considered:
Mindfulness: Mindfulness involves being present in the moment and paying attention to what is happening. By being mindful in your relationships, you can listen to the people you interact with and respond more effectively and empathetically.
Practice empathy: Empathy is the ability to put yourself in another person’s shoes and understand their feelings and perspectives. Practice empathy in your human relationships so that you can better understand others and respond appropriately.
Communicate clearly: Clear communication is essential to any conscious human relationship. Be sure to express your thoughts and feelings clearly and accurately and listen carefully to what others have to say.
Learn to resolve conflicts: Conflict is inevitable in any human relationship, but you can learn to manage it effectively. Practice conflict resolution by identifying each person’s needs and desires and working together to find mutually satisfactory solutions.
Cultivate compassion: Compassion is the ability to empathize with and act compassionately toward others. Cultivate compassion in your human relationships, and this will allow you to see the people you interact with as human beings with needs, desires and struggles similar to your own.
Conscious human relationships require practice and constant effort, but in the long run, they can be deeply satisfying and enriching.
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