Learn more here: bit.ly/2Gaht5m Receive 25% off with code JDOUILLARD According to neuroscientists, 95 percent of the way we act, react, and even move originates in the unconscious mind—that’s why it’s so difficult to disrupt our most deeply rooted patterns. Join Dr. John Douillard and Kripalu’s former dean of Ayurveda Larissa Hall Carlson, who both
In the tender formative first six years of life, we receive much of our programming. Childhood patterns become driving forces of adult behaviors, and it’s hard to create the opportunity or awareness to change these old patterns. Most of us think we’re in control of our thoughts, desires, and aspirations, but science begs to differ.
Primitive cells figured out that if they joined forces and became communities, they had a better chance of survival. Survival depended on the ability to be aware of and adjust to an ever-changing world. Awareness of the outside world came from the cell membrane: the skin of the cell that is constantly interacting with the
Ancient Vedic philosophies indicate that some of the most subtle aspects of nature are the most powerful — and this concept is now at the forefront of cutting-edge science. In 2017 two Nobel prizes were awarded that support ancient Ayurvedic wisdom through the lens of scientific inquiry. Science now shows that tiny microbes in
I have always been a believer that athletics was the best model for life—living life fully from a calm center. Along the way, I have been a big fan of Dan Millman’s books: most famously, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior. He most eloquently links athletics, peak performance, life, and spirituality in his 17 books. As
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In this podcast, you’ll learn about the relationship of yoga, trauma, + service; the 7 non-negotiables that Seane commits to every day in order to stay motivated from love; how to regulate yourself and your students; and whether George Harrison would choose to reincarnate as a Beatle. Watch the Podcast: Download the Podcast: Air Date:
I asked internationally known, transformational yoga teacher and activist, Seane Corn to join me on tonight’s podcast to discuss how we can all start changing the world using the philosophies of Yoga and Ayurveda. The underlying philosophy of all Vedic Sciences can be boiled down to four words which Seane Corn embodies so well: “Establish
Today, yoga classes are available on a drop in, as-needed basis, but traditionally, yoga was prescribed by the family Vedic guru (teacher) whose job was to teach the children the ways of a Vedic lifestyle. This included the practices of yoga, breathing, and meditation, but also had much to do with Vedic psychology and even
In the 1970s, Bikram Choudhury introduced the first form of hot yoga and it has been going strong ever since. Since that time, there have been many studies exploring the benefits and potential risks of Bikram’s hot yoga and, as we will see, the results are mixed. Clearly, the popularity of hot yoga is not
The most recent Circadian Medicine research suggests that human genes have lost the ability to perceive and stay in tune with the circadian rhythms of nature. (1-3) In our high-tech, fast-paced world with endless distraction and entertainment, more and more of us are becoming disconnected. Circadian disruptors like jet-lag, artificial and blue light, shift/night work