Kensho had lived an ordinary life in the way that most people would call ordinary: He had a career in business administration and an 8-to-5 workday. However, he was bored with a standard that didn't provide him with real satisfaction in life.
Since he was a child, he always had spiritual interests; always wanting to understand what the meaning of life was. When he was in his teens, he started having out-of-body experiences that he could not control and could not understand. It was then that he began to study in different mystical disciplines and received practical knowledge to control these experiences and get the most out of them. It was from that moment that he began to find the answers he was looking for.
In 2010 he met his Guru or Spiritual Teacher, Dharmapa Rinpoche. He resigned from his job and moved to the foothills of a small town in Guanajuato, Mexico, to study with his Guru and become a Zen Buddhist missionary for the Prajna Movement.
In 2011 he opened a meditation center in Zamora, Mexico. In this year he was admitted as a student of the Order of the Yellow Dragon and received his Dharma name, Kensho, which means "clear vision" in Japanese.
Then, in 2012, he moved to San Diego, California, to help establish the Prajna Meditation Center. In San Diego he became familiar with the teachings of Master Yogananda and the immortal Babaji with whom he has communicated in the astral.
In 2014 he settled in Prague, Czech Republic, where he opened another Prajna Meditation Center.
Kensho practices the spirituality of the middle path; which is a kind of spiritual way to live life to the fullest among normal people, do the daily tasks required and provide service to others.
Kensho's knowledge comes from the teachings of his teacher: Zen Buddhist master Dharmapa Rinpoche, and other mystical traditions, as well as his life experiences and anecdotes.
He currently lives in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.