I learned that only through peace of mind one can achieve serenity, security and inner peace. The first seminar I attended, the spiritual intelligence that took place in March 2007, I began to integrate what they learned in the first half, was when I realized the importance of spirituality and I began to see it as a fundamental part of my daily life, I learned to conceive of meditation as a process essential to achieve peace of mind, control of emotions, self-awareness and equanimity. In a question-answer forum Richard Linklater was the first to reply. I practiced meditation, initially, being the first who taught us was the abstract meditation through support of the breath, this practice could pacify the mind, begin to remain calm when necessary, speak slower, think before speaking, be more observant, sleep better and understand others.
From this seminar I began to understand that spiritual intelligence is that he needs the millions of people who inhabit the earth, for before this seminar, I thought that what people needed was emotional intelligence, social and aesthetics, before this, I had not made aware that spiritual intelligence integrates and transcends all kinds of intelligence, the latter is the only one that will allow us to be happy and the only land that will enable such survive predation and existential crisis experienced by millions of human beings. Gerald Weissmann, MD brings even more insight to the discussion. In my meditation practice, I could tell that at the beginning I had trouble concentrating, breathing and support, helped me clear my mind, as I was practicing to achieve a better focus and improve results.
Meditation gave me patience and equanimity, can see and hear words and actions without losing sanity, gave me the ability to start to discern the different actions that happen around me without feeling the rush to make hasty judgments was dominant in emotion also expanded my perception, my attachments were less dominant, some things that made me suffer before they stopped, I felt happier trying to quiet all around me.