Nobody said life is easy, just promised that it was worth living. Proactive introduction to the dynamics that manifests itself in the current economic scenario, in which enterprises play a very crucial role in business has led to great challenges to surface, ena changes that significantly affect people, their behavior personality, behavior. Hence, the importance of entering into what meditation can contribute towards personal growth and everything that benefits the person on their health, to take advantage of life that is given us to travel on this plane., Help us understand Why go through this dimension in a relatively short time that we do not handle. This time we go into the valuable contributions we lay zen meditation so that those interested in these issues and consider their own personal growth cu relevance and impact it can get. Basics, ANTECEDENTESs AND SCOPE. It is known thatZen meditation (Dhyana in Sanskrit) goes back to the experience of Shakyamuni Buddha himself, who did the waking in the sixth century BC This experience went without interruption from master to disciple, thus forming the transmission line. It is not a theory or an idea, or knowledge that can be perceived with the brain. It is the practice of Mindfulness, our own spirit that changes dramatically. It means merging with the whole universe as Wikipedia provides us with important background, until the nineteenth century knew little of Buddhism in Europe with the exception of the comments that Christian missionaries had done since the sixteenth century. In their descriptions are the first impressions of Buddhism in Japan and China. While this came through descriptions of rituals and behavior, not only arrived more detailed comments on matters of doctrine or practice of meditation. The Inquisition made a strict control over all this material, although the influence ofcontemplative practice of Zen is visible on prominent figures of Christianity at that time, especially Jesuits No entry will be almost until the twentieth century, when the teaching and practice of Zen in the West finally landing in the open. In 1893 Chicago was held at the World Parliament of Religions, where the monk Soyen Shaku, gives a talk called “The Law of cause and effect as taught by Buddha.” This talk was translated by Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki, who would be recommended for the same Soyen Paul Cars to translate texts from Sanskrit, Pali, Japanese and Chinese. Suzuki will start a wide diffusion of Zen activity, first as a university professor and later as a lecturer and writer throughout the world. Key names influenced European intellectuals, from Einstein to Jung, through Heidegger, Picasso, and a repertoire of countless indispensable figures in modern history. Suzuki joined scholarship in language understanding and personal achievement, which has made his legacya reference to Buddhism in the West. Some of his translations of great complexity, such as the Sutra of Lankavatara remain relevant in the academic field, and his most popular works such as Essays on Zen Buddhism have been read by almost everyone who wanted to enter the knowledge of the Buddhist tradition. At his death, the main temples throughout Japan burned incense in his honor. A mid-twentieth century, and amidst the counterculture of the Beat generation, are more or less massive many Western practitioners in Europe and North America. Names such as Alan Watts, Shunryu Suzuki and Philip Kapleau, established the Zen in the West as an influence and quite visible. Since then and as is the case with other Buddhist traditions, Zen in the West goes through a path of greater knowledge of their historical origin as well as defining aspects to better fit themselves in Western culture. The truth, which is not surprising as noted that Zen meditationmay often be as effective or more antidepressant drugs to relieve symptoms of depression and prevent relapse. This statement is part of the findings of a study by the University of Exeter (United Kingdom), published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. The study involved two groups of people with a history of depression. One group was treated with regular medications, while the other was taught to meditate. After eight weeks of treatment and fifteen months of rest, 65% of medicated patients had relapsed, compared with only 47% of those who had followed a Zen therapy researchers believe it should evaluate the implementation of the practice of Zen meditation health-level view of the importance of reaching that fosters the practice of Zen meditation, and brings tells us. that according to Zen meditation is a technique, you can not practice as a joint exercise nor is it an effort that isto do because no part of our thoughts because our thoughts end up just where meditation begins. Meditation is a natural state is a state only to remember because it is within ourselves, waiting for us. It is a state of inner clarity, not a mental state, because the mind is pure confusion. Only when the thoughts disappear can see far beyond the end of life. Nor is it trying to stop thinking because then we would be practicing another technique. Just let the thoughts inclined towards doing nothing, relaxed, as if we were sleeping awake. After a while, suddenly one will be aware, meditation comes alone, it just happens. It adds that people fail to meditation because they believe it is boring, however the true meditation is not so, greatly enjoyed, because it is not serious but calm. If one is relaxed, the words that come with the thoughts arefigures of a Gestalt or way of seeing, and silence is the background. We must focus attention on the bottom that is silence, where there is no trace to remember. In this vacuum we are, as we really are. The mind means essential words and I mean silent. For example, the boredom that leads to repeat a mantra or a prayer often helps us get rid of the words and get drawn into the silence. But do not sleep. For ltimo shows that life is not to be thought, but to be lived, here and now, against a backdrop of peace and under a form of compassion. This would be the premise of that part Zen, a concept that is catching our society and to which increasingly look more doctors is a complementary therapy that should become a life attitude, not immediately comforting. You have to plunge into the world zen, live from him and not cotidianizar, evitar labels and tags because they kill life. Life is not to say, is for live. -Industrial Engineering Manager, abogado.EGADE (ITESM), UC, University of Chile, Graduate Masters in Business Administration mentioned markets, human resources, quality and productivity, education Ed.D. Professor and researcher at the Graduate Area UC Faces. Graduate Program Coordinator quality management and productivity, Faces, UC Consultant-Business Advisory EXATEC DEPROIMCA

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