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Guillermo Myro Domínguez.  Psychologist M-26038. Certified instructor of MBSR programs by the Medical Center of the University of Massachusetts, and accredited to teach MSC programs by the Center for Mindful Self Compassion of California. Visiting Fellow at Harvard University where he did postgraduate studies in the laboratory of Dr. Ellen J. Langer. Director of the Experiencing Mindfulness Center. Extensive experience in the application of Mindfulness in clinical practice.
Francisco Gázquez Rodríguez.  Psychologist B -01809. Accredited MBSR and MBCT instructor by the Instutuut voor Aandacht & Mindfulness (Belgium) and the University of Oxford. He has trained with the best professionals worldwide in this area. Extensive experience in the application of Mindfulness in clinical practice and in different health pathologies.
Cuca Azinovic.  Certified as a Teacher, Mentor and Associate Trainer of Mindful Eating Teachers (MECL) by the Mindfulness Center of the University of San Diego (California), she is part of the Steering Committee of the Center for Mindful Eating in the United States (TCME.org). Coach based on Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT-E) for eating disorders (Derby, UK). Additionally she is professionally trained in other Conscious Eating protocols: Mbeat and Eat to Love. She is a certified MSC teacher by the Mindfulness Center of the University of San Diego, California (UCSD).


Darran se ha formado en centros de meditación reconocidos mundialmente en Estados Unidos y Asia y se ha formado como profesor de mindfulness en la Universidad de Massachusetts, el centro donde se iniciaron los cursos modernos de mindfulness.
Antes de dedicarse al mindfulness, Darran tenía casi una década de experiencia en gestión y liderazgo en el mundo corporativo en Estados Unidos.    También es licenciado en física y tiene un postgrado en Mindfulness por el Centro de Investigación y Práctica de Mindfulness de la Universidad de Bangor, en el Reino Unido, uno de los principales centros de mindfulness del mundo.
En su trabajo combina una vasta práctica personal de meditación con la investigación moderna sobre neurociencia, e impulsa desde diversas metodologías seculares de enseñanza de mindfulness (MBSR de la Universidad de Massachusetts, CCT de la Universidad de Stanford, MSC de la Universidad de Texas entre otras). Tiene una amplia experiencia en el diseño e implementación de programas de mindfulness en organizaciones y ha trabajado con empresas como Volvo IT, LG, Credit Suisse, Allfunds Bank, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Fresenius Medical Care y otras.

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Mindfulness is the ability to bring attention to the present, to the here and now, observing without judging the different experiences in each moment. It is an intervention recognized by the National Institute of Health as a Mind-Body Medicine intervention.
With the practice of Mindfulness it is seen that the mind has a restless nature, constantly jumping between the past and the future, recreating itself in the painful and in the possible dangers, and desiring what it does not have. Mindfulness allows us to create a different relationship with the thoughts and emotions that our mind produces. And when we pay attention to them and observe them from a new perspective, the meanings and repercussions that each mental phenomenon has for each of us becomes clearer and more understandable. Thus, when we become aware of the patterns of thoughts and emotions that govern us, we become freer, and are able to respond in effective ways, instead of reacting in ways that are automatic and conditioned by our past, without being unconsciously carried away by thoughts and emotions, thus being able to create the life we want to live.

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Mindfulness research has multiplied exponentially given its great success in different areas such as clinical psychology, business or education. Mindfulness proposes a theoretical and scientifically based model of why it is important to meditate, which has provided a whole revolution of scientific studies.
We know that Mindfulness has a great evidence in different problems, here we want to explain what neurological and mental processes make the practice of Mindfulness improve our health, through brain neuroplasticity, ie the changes it produces in the brain.
The mind is easily distracted, and one of the first practices is to learn concentration. Mindfulness training emphasizes the change that occurs in attention when we exercise concentration.
Mindfulness practice is not about changing the content of thoughts, but the alteration of how we think, called metacognitive functions, i.e., becoming aware of our internal thought events.