Arashilmaran With some of the outcome of their work together, doctors from Japan were invited to teach. The master only took off his shoes when he sat in his place. On the grounds in the countryside a zendo for retreats was built and a stupa in his memory is actually under construction. But takataa have great fighting spirit, like the general Anaya. It has Japanese characters engraved on both ends.
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Salvador Roquet Perez practiced publicly in Mexico-based therapy psychodysleptics, substances known by the name of hallucinogens. Especially was supported in national ethnobotany, using mushrooms, peyote and daturas, accumulating a total of sessions with about two thousand patients. Thanks to the administration of these substances, in the framework of a structured technical Roquet using psychodrama, music therapy and visual methods such as directors of the raid and the subsequent integration unconscious conscious, the patient relives the traumatic experience and significant different stages of life from the fetal, birth trauma, until the confrontation with death, achieving freedom from pain and anguish and simultaneously expanding their consciousness, allowing you to integrate your personality into a new sensitivity and knowledge framework that leads to a creative and transcendent meaning of life.
According to the technique Roquetiana the patient goes through the following stages: madness, death, nothingness, union with God or mystical stage and the re-birth. In fact Mexico is one of the few countries in the world that retains to this day this ritual practice to such an extent that Mexican law allows its use in indigenous areas. For this Roquet organized expeditions with patient groups to the Sierra Mazatec volunteers with the popular Maria Sabina, discovered by French researcher Gordon Wasson5.
Maria Sabina and other shamans Roquet learned the use and management of psychoactive substances, returning to the fundamental principles of indigenous medicine. Hand in hand with this knowledge prehispanic techniques integrated Roquet Western psychiatry, from the individual sessions supported at the beginning of the transfer, defense mechanisms, Oedipus and Elektra and complex of inferiority and superiority, the interpretation of dreams, projection and association of ideas Freud , the collective unconscious, archetypes, causality, and teleology synchronicity Jung , and the spiritual unconscious and responsibility of Victor Frankl6 Simultaneously group psychotherapies developed, introducing many items Eastern traditions to the group dynamics, such as Tai Chi, massage, bioenergetics, Buddhist meditation and reverie, integrated techniques to the design and analysis of drawings, psychodrama and spiritual workshops with dance and song.
In all cases, the patients demonstrated a breakthrough in therapeutic rehabilitation, focused on changing not only the pathological aspects of his personality, such as depression, alcoholism, drug addiction and homosexuality, and tables pre-psychotic and other mental disorders, but basically finding a way in life through love and spirituality. No patient was on the trip or psychotic episodes occurred as a result of treatment, even many developed artistic skills roquetiano pretreatment were expressed in neurotic compulsions, because the source of the sensitivity was blocked by traumatic experiences.
In this sense, the therapy known as Psychosynthesis of Roquet is part of the so-called fourth force or Transpersonal psychology. In the creativity of work, service to others, family and responsibility with the evolution of the species and the spiritual with the love of God, source of energy last and first. In the long course of therapeutic work, Roquet built bridges between the Catholic Church and her therapeutic work.
In fact his theory of personality is strongly influenced by ideas Tomistas9. The relationship he had with Dominican Father Enrique Ruiz, who in was Prior of the Convent of Living Water, allowed him to develop seminars of Love and Death, the two most important conceptual entities roquetiana theory-in this convent, where priests and monks joined the group of sesionantes and therapists. On this side lies also the Father Lemercier who introduced the practice of psychoanalysis in which the monastery and Roquet doctor gave him the last seminar of Love and Death, held in the convent EMMAUS, home to the practice of Lemercier.
Though their religion was Catholic, comprehensive Roquet work bridges to other religions and treatment during the 70 development work with Ejo Takata, founder of the Zen school of Buddhism in Mexico. Salvador Roquet was absolutely revolutionary in the field of psychiatry in Mexico. What remains today. Not just the fact of using hallucinogens in therapy to restore and maintain that the individual lost their sensitivity should it go through the experience of madness, in addition to experience anything and death before reaching the stage of rebirth or mystical transcendence but mostly because he defended the idea of love as the core of human life and, above all by arguing that the realization of God in earthly life was not only possible but was the ultimate goal of therapeutic treatment and existence.
Ideas absent in the psychiatric medical model that prevails in Mexico, more oriented to the socialization, alienation and the inhibition of the symptoms of mental illness through the ongoing administration of drugs. For mental health Roquet was nothing but the ability to love. Enable humans to the struggle for love, was the essence of their therapy. He did so in his personal life, the relationship with patients, relatives and friends, but especially in their relationship with God.
It was not easy. For him there were no barriers or differences or hierarchies, love was just that energy flowing and even uniting all men in all, with God. His very life was a tireless struggle for love. Few know the history of the psychiatrist whose passion for knowledge of the human being experiences led him to the limit. In and was imprisoned by the authorities of the United States and Mexico, respectively, on charges of drug trafficking.
For most Mexicans Salvador Roquet psychiatrists went to medical history as a bizarre and wrong. For some historians to be a crazy psychedelic. Roquet or their patients, minimal journalistic practice to perform a professional job. The article by reporter confronted Roquet never-was used as a lawsuit against Roquet and because he was in jail for five months. As an unprecedented event, the Chamber of Deputies decided to bring the case Roquet sessions where for the first and only time in the legislative history in Mexico, the patients appeared to his defense telling their personal stories and the way how therapy had helped roquetiana succeed.
His remarks are poignant and realize the essence of treatment Roquet. This biography, written three years after the death of Dr. Salvador Roquet seeks to tell the real story, the work of love and devotion to the human being that he did.
Exposing the scientific fight this psychiatrist misunderstood and maligned in his time and his contribution to the mental health field, a treasure not only for Mexican science, but for any reader interested in learning more about himself.
Until 20 years ago the incorporation of indigenous or traditional medicine and the wisdom of Eastern traditions of psychotherapy was considered quackery or witchcraft, however, today there is no doubt of its splendor, from the Zen Buddhist meditation, Vipassana, Mahayana, to traditions such as Sufism and Tibetan Lamas. Under the approach of transpersonal therapies hundreds of psychologists develop alternative work incorporating this human knowledge in the treatment of personality problems.
Day by day the gap between psychiatry, psychology and spirituality, mysticism is eclipsed. While medical-psychiatric model moves in the direction of neuroscience calls, concentrating its importance in understanding the brain, confirm their clinical scope increasingly insufficient to meet the mental health problem in Mexico.
Its conceptual framework is absent from a true humanistic philosophy basically treating relegated to the use of drugs. Its confusing and hard diagnoses of mental problems and abuse of pharmacology as a preferred method to reduce the symptoms of mental illness, as well as evidence that government institutions are mental health holds true psychiatric patients are some elements that confirm their weakness.
This is not the first evidence of the work of Roquet, nor the first publication of psychodysleptics effect of therapy, but I hope that the publication of this biography will reopen a chapter yet in the history of psychiatry in Mexico, of which Salvador Roquet has been a leading protagonist. My hope is to help spread the true story of Salvador Roquet and Psychotherapy prohibited.
Ensenanzas De Mi Maestro Budista Zen Ejo Takata
Reality Sandwich These chants are him. When the self ceases to exist, the world exists. Soon he opted not to use koans, but somehow euo were always two questions floating in the zendo: He advertised it, not out of vanity but to avoid any inner gain for himself. With some of the outcome of their work together, doctors from Japan were invited to teach.
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Salvador Roquet Perez practiced publicly in Mexico-based therapy psychodysleptics, substances known by the name of hallucinogens. Especially was supported in national ethnobotany, using mushrooms, peyote and daturas, accumulating a total of sessions with about two thousand patients. Thanks to the administration of these substances, in the framework of a structured technical Roquet using psychodrama, music therapy and visual methods such as directors of the raid and the subsequent integration unconscious conscious, the patient relives the traumatic experience and significant different stages of life from the fetal, birth trauma, until the confrontation with death, achieving freedom from pain and anguish and simultaneously expanding their consciousness, allowing you to integrate your personality into a new sensitivity and knowledge framework that leads to a creative and transcendent meaning of life. According to the technique Roquetiana the patient goes through the following stages: madness, death, nothingness, union with God or mystical stage and the re-birth. In fact Mexico is one of the few countries in the world that retains to this day this ritual practice to such an extent that Mexican law allows its use in indigenous areas.