In this talk, Salvador Moreno-Lopez describes a journey of discoveries and surprises: “How I found that using my bodily felt sense helps me orient in my daily life and my work, with much more certainty and precision than I would using only logic and reason disconnected from bodily feelings. This is a great gift of life, available to all people.”
The video is in Spanish. Please note that we have several options to make this accessible to people who don’t speak Spanish very well, or who don’t speak Spanish at all:
– If you understand some Spanish, and want to follow the original video in Spanish, there is a transcript that includes both the Spanish and an English translation. See: bilingual transcript.
– If you don’t understand Spanish and want to hear it in English, there is an audio recording is in English (see below video). The English text is read by Charles Herr, who translated it.
– There is also a PDF of the whole text in English. See English transcript.
Audio recording: The voice you hear in this recording is not Salvador Moreno. It is read by Charles Herr, who also translated Salvador’s talk into English. See also English transcript.
Dr. Salvador Moreno-López
Ph. D., Universidad Iberoamericana, in Mexico City.
Certified Focusing Instructor and Certifying Coordinador for Mexico of the International Focusing Institute.
Has been a professor at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and León, and at the ITESO in Guadalajara, in postgraduate studies in Psychotherapy and Human Development. Has led workshops at Universidad de Fortaleza, Brasil.
Has published three books, as well as several book chapters and articles. His most recent book: Descubriendo mi Sabiduría Corporal, Focusing. Articles include: Tendencia actualizante, sabiduría organísmica y comprensión del mundo; Focusing with the Stresses of Everyday Life; Focusing, Mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy; y Vivir saludablemente y Enfoque Corporal.
Director of Focusing México, psyschotherapist, group leader and lecturer. His focus is understanding the interaction between physical and emotional health, with an emphasis on the experiential dimension, and in identifying implications in terms of promoting health.