I hold a degree and a PhD in Philosophy from the Ramon Llull University, as well as a PhD in Citizenship and Human Rights from the University of Barcelona. I am a university lecturer. I teach courses in Contemporary Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Human Rights and Interculturality.

I am currently studying the relationship between capitalism and democracy in the Department of Sociology at the University of Barcelona.

Between 1992-1999 I studied philosophy and Buddhist practices in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. I was ordained as a monk. I have been an interpreter, teacher and instructor in these subjects in various educational institutions in Asia, Europe and Latin America. I am the director of Mind, Life and Society, a centre for the study of consciousness, ecology and social ethics.

I am the author of the book Planned Misery. Human Rights and Neoliberalism (Miseria Planificada. Derechos Humanos y Neoliberalismo)