Father Of The Psychedelic Movement, Timothy Leary
Psychologist Timothy Leary, who died in 1996, was the father of the psychedelic movement of the 1960s and its experiments with mind-altering drugs. In 1960, Leary joined the faculty of Harvard at the Center for Personality Research, where he analyzed
What a year!!! As I write these lines, I'm thinking about last March and how suddenly everything has changed. Isn't it a great yoga exercise? Embracing uncertainty, practicing non-identification, surrender to the divine aspects of life, being blissfully free from
It’s intrinsic for us to have. Think about all what you had, you have, and you will have. Then live your life with a sense of gratitude.
The infinite heart, it’s awaiting for you to open up and walk in. When you speak from your heart, you are speaking the truth.
The happiness you are looking for is within you. Yoga can help you to find it.
Exercise and sleep pattern
Six areas to embrace during quarantine . Episode IV . Exercise & Sleep Patterns Exercise Although you're probably deprived of your regular exercise practice in a gym, studio, or park, and you may be missing contact with nature, you still need to exercise while you're quarantined. This makes me
Six areas to embrace during quarantine: Episode III . Stress Management Good news, stress per se is good! The chemical cycle of tackling acute stress ends up creating new neurons in our hippocampus, the part of our brain in charge of the learning process, memory, and spatial
Everything has a roll to play in life, even the little things. The child is the father of the man. Diego Gesualdi
Food as medicine
Six areas to embrace during quarantine: Episode II . Food as medicine From an Ayurvedic point of view, food is seen as medicine. If we adhere to the concept that our body is comprised of the food we have eaten throughout our lives, then, obviously, what we eat on a daily basis is
Six areas to embrace during quarantine: Episode I . Self-awareness While consciousness is an attribute that human beings can boast about, in countless instances we nonetheless take actions very unconsciously. We have lost perspective of our impact on others and, of course, on ourselves. Unknowingly, we're constantly making decisions, simply out