We look at which famous faces are really in tune with the more holistic side of life – from yoga and meditation to astrology − you’d be surprised!
“Any spirituality can be enhanced with the practice or study of yoga. Ayurveda is a sister philosophy to yoga. It is the science of life or longevity, and it teaches about the power and cycles of nature, as well as the elements.”
“I find meditation in sitting on the floor with the kids colouring for an hour, or going on the trampoline. You do something that makes you happy, and that gives you your meditation.”
“I do yoga and meditation. I also read things in an attempt to ground myself and remind me to stay in the here and now, rather than jump too much into the future of planning and organising the chaos of life. I try not to spend too much time on screens, which is a challenge today.”
Helena Bonham Carter
“I have a psychic, who’s a friend of mine. He’s good at moving people on because we’ve had some ghost issues in the house. I told him I was in a real dilemma about a certain role, and he came back with the answer. I also have an astrologer.”
“My interest in meditation was born of a curiosity for Buddhism. I started being interested in a literary way, but I realised that reading books wasn’t enough – that you have to practice for it to work. So I started it, and I love it!”
“I started doing transcendental meditation, and that’s really changed everything. In twenty minutes, you just notice the difference! When I get lazy and don’t get it in, I can feel a difference in the day. So I try to meditate first thing when I wake up.”