My Favourite Articles
NEW YORK TIMES
Using meditation to help close the achievement gap
Self-help guru Deepak Chopra on genetic health and his six pillars of wellbeing
5 ways meditation can benefit businesses
My Favourite Books
The science of being and the art of living
This book has a lot of wisdom contained within and is about our practice and tradition.
Maharishi mahesh Yogi – A living saint for a new millennium
This is a book by Theresa Olsen It goes through the Vedic world view, and how Maharishi got his start. Its a good quick read and has all the basics
This is a MUST READ book – it just transports you, it’s an epic tale. Make sure you get the Ramesh Menon translation. This is a big book – so kindle is more friendly
Maharishi mahesh yogi on the Bhagavad-gita:a new translation and commentary
This is the most amazing book and contains the knowledge of the Veda. You can read this on it’s own, but if you read The Mahabharata first you will enjoy it more, ad you will have an understanding of the characters.
autobiography of a yogi
This is one of my most favourite books of all time. If you want to read a book that will transform your life – then start with this one. I think there is a magic in this book, that just makes you understand what life is all about. There is a blue cover one and a Orange cone. – Blue one is the original and the best. The Orange one was changed a bit.
My Favourite Podcasts
Thom Knoles – podcast
Thom has his own podcast now called. – The Vedic World View – Hear Thom as you’ve never heard him before – in conversations with leaders, teachers, authors and professors as they examine a wide range of topics and relate them back through the Vedic Worldview.
The Tim ferriess show
This guy is the Oprah of Podcasts. – they are long, but very enjoyable and you always learn something
anand mehrotra – Sattva yoga academy – podcast
In this podcast series, Anand Mehrotra speaks about Radical Wisdom: A journey into the awakening states of consciousness. Recorded in Rishikesh India, at the sacred foothills of the Shivalik Himalayan mountains. Anand is able to bridge the gap between the ancient knowledge and how to integrate it today.