Yoga teacher, author, and martial artist Adam Brady has been affiliated with the Chopra Center for nearly 20 years. He is a certified Vedic Educator trained in Primordial Sound Meditation, Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga, and Perfect Health: Ayurvedic Lifestyle, and regularly teaches in the Orlando, Florida, area. He is the author of over 50 articles and Warrior of Light, a story that explores the path to higher awareness through the martial arts. His latest book, The Path To Stillness, A Meditator’s Guide, a foundational handbook to the practice of meditation is available now and can be found here .
Over the last several years Adam has worked to introduce corporate mind-body programs into the workplace within a large Fortune 100 company. Adam is dedicated to helping people transform their lives through a consciousness-based approach to living. Learn more about Adam, and follow his blog, at
Así que, si desea alimentar a su mente y su cuerpo para el nuevo año, debe elegir las experiencias que le llevarán en la dirección del bienestar total.
The New Year is a great opportunity to choose experiences that will lead you toward healthy well-being. Here are four practices—meditation, yoga, pranayama, and dinacharya—to help you nourish your mind and body.
Which meditation technique is the best for you? Only you will know that answer and, ultimately, it is the technique or style that gives you the results you are looking for. Here are some criteria for you to consider.
You can move from a sense of understanding and awareness (reactions) to a state of actions (responses) of your consciousness. As you progress along this path, you can effect change within and without.
"La ansiedad es una delgada corriente de miedo que pasa por la mente. Si se fomenta, corta un canal en el que todos los demás pensamientos son drenados." -Arthur Somers Roche, autor estadounidense
Have you ever stopped to wonder what makes you you? Of the countless, unimaginably infinite possible forms that consciousness could take, what made you turn out the way you have? In the ocean of consciousness, spirit takes innumerable forms—waves, currents, tides, whirlpools, surges—but there’s only one unique expression of that ocean unlike any other that is you. How did that happen? The answer, in a word, is choices.