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​​​​​​​​INNER HARMONY through MINDFULNESS MEDITATION ​​

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This website is mostly about inner harmony and the actions we all must take—the cravings we should stop, the aversions we should release, the biased views we should let go—in order to allow the spontaneous blossoming of such quality. Inner harmony is an internal state that permits us to be at peace and act confidently even in the face of difficulties. 
We must not run after inner harmony; when we pursue it we lose it. The task to do is removing the barriers—the cravings, aversions and biased views—that block its appearance in our lives; mindfulness meditation is the tool to destroy such barriers. Modern science is now not only confirming the benefits of mindfulness meditation but also explaining why and how meditation works.Furthermore, this site discusses topics in several other areas—evolutionary sciences, biology, genetics, anthropology—that should help readers in the understanding of the relationships between brain and mindfulness meditation. 
The site also includes some additional content partially or totally disconnected from the core subjects. (This fusion is done out of the author’s sloth to cover such topics in a separate blog; he regrets the confusion such mix might create.)
The writings of this site are the total responsibility of Gustavo Estrada, the author of its whole content (unless otherwise noted). Gustavo Estrada is chemical engineer by academic formation (National University in Bogotá, Colombia, and Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden), information systems manager and consultant through his professional career, dedicated student of psychology and evolutionary sciences by intellectual curiosity, unaffiliated meditator to open his mind  to inner harmony, and apprentice of the teachings of the Buddha through direct experience​.​​​​

​Unless specifically forbidden, any individual article in this site (one by one, 'not massively or collectively', and not for sale or advertising) might be published in newspapers, magazines, blogs or websites provided that authorship and source are acknowledged: The author's name and the web link associated to the text must be displayed.​​