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.
"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
There are two ways you can live a yogic lifestyle. Learn about the lives of the renunciate and householder and consider how you might begin to observe your journey and which path speaks to you.
In our quest for total well-being, there is one principle, one guiding pillar that, like a lighthouse will always lead us back to our most natural state of calm and centered well-being. That principle is balance. Balance is the sense of equilibrium between all the influences, elements, and forces we experience in our lives. It’s the well-proportioned state between the opposites of rest and activity, work and play, day and night, hot and cold. In physiological terms, balance is reflected in the homeostatic stability that helps to ensure the optimal functioning of our body.