Carlos Adams

Carlos Adams

Carlos started his journey to self-discovery early on in his life after the death of his father led him to a fixation a deep inquiry into death and the experience of dying, what it means to not be at all. This kick-started a philosophical mind to develop as his interest in being in all its manifestations became a spiritual search for meaning and the universals that underlie existence. In his late teens this inward and outward exploration led him to a passionate study of his physical body discovering dance, meditation, breath work, physical disciplines like yoga and movement in general as a means of not only physical but also spiritual development.
his fascination with the human condition led him further to study in the field of psychology and both western and eastern philosophy in university. During this period he developed a scientific understanding of the human psyche intertwined with a spiritual approach as he believes that all investigations into this reality accentuate and illuminate different dimensions of being. Reconciling both science and spirituality into a coherent framework for approaching life remained his focus throughout the years.
In his early twenties this came to include a more ecological approach to health and well being as he, like so many others, became painfully aware of the destructive dissociation of man and his environment. This awareness inspired him to seek ways in which to live more harmoniously with all life on this planet and inspire his fellows to foster a connection to others weather human, animal or plant.
The conclusion was that a deeper understanding of the Self cultivates this connection as one becomes conscious of the dizzying interconnections of all that is. This realisation led him to search for ways to share conscious development and the sheer joy of being with other people. When the opportunity to become a yoga and meditation teacher in India crossed his path it instantly resonated as it aligned perfectly with his greater aspirations of becoming a conduit for connection for others. Today his practices have come to focus on breath work, yoga and energy work in the physical domain and non-duality, metaphysics and ecology in the mental domain.
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