Find Your Spiritual Path

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What Is Spiritual Practice?

There is our body at the physical level, our mind at the mental level, our intellect at the conscious level and our spirit at the super conscious state. Spiritual practice helps us to move through these levels to reach our highest state.

There are many paths to take and many Yogic practices that will help you to get there. (note here that these are not styles of physical yoga but Yogic spiritual paths)

Meditation is the practice of moving from an aware state to a super conscious state of being.

-Yogi Cameron

Meditation is the practice of moving from an aware state to a super conscious state of being.

-Yogi Cameron

The Main Paths Of Spirituality

Which path you choose to take very much depends on your temperament and nature. When you read and learn about each path it becomes clear as to which one is for you based solely on your tendencies, such as are you a more emotional person, a deep thinker or a practical person.

Raja (also known as The Royal path or 8 limb path.) is a complete approach to spiritual living as it encompasses all the other Yogas within it. It also includes postures, breathing, meditation.

Jnana is the path of intellect and people who love to think in a deep way tend to do best on this path.

Karma Yogis are people who love to serve and it comes very naturally to them to be of service at all times.

Bhakti Yogis are devotional souls who love to give love, grace and service to the divine within every being.

Tantra is a path sought out by Yogis who love the divine and use practical ways through practices known as left and right side to reach this blissful state of being from within

Take Your Practice To A Higher Level

To Take Your Meditation Practice To A Higher Level, It’s Important To Sustain A Regular Practice.

Many people can meditate for many months, or even years, with little result, simply because they have ignored the basics, thinking that such elementary practices are only for beginners. Restlessness, especially mental restlessness, is the main impediment to deeper meditation. Our hardest job in meditation is to rid the mind of the static created by thoughts and desires.

Learn More from Yogi Cameron on My Fox LA where he talks about what it takes to maintain your meditation practice

Set Your Intentions:

Your intentions are based on two different levels:
1-Your surface short-term intentions
2-Your inner deeper long-term intentions

Your surface intentions are the ones you are not really truly going to follow through with when things become difficult or they are just simply short term commitment that you are focused on. For example setting the intention to go out for dinner tomorrow or go to an event next week sometime.

Your long term plans and commitments come with very strong intentions to see things through. They are the intentions that have either been with you from a long time ago (think childhood) or long standing goals you have been setting for yourself.
Whether short term or long term intentions – to make sure to succeed in reaching your destination and fulfilling your intentions you:

  • First need to know the reason behind why you have set these intentions.
  • Are these intentions in line with your belief system and path in life.
  • Will you pursue and complete your intentions even when times get really tough.

If the answer is yes, then it is time to set intentions and commit to finishing them.

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Learn How To Meditate With Simple Techniques

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– Learn 3 Easy Meditation Techniques
– Discover How To Avoid 6 Common Frustrations When Meditating
– Follow A Gazing Guided Meditation To Relieve Stress & Gain Greater Focus

Craft A Routine:

Your routine defines your life because it is a day to day and step by step look at how you live moment by moment. Every single thing you do during your day is a part of your routine. Are you on a computer a lot, do you eat out regularly, do you socialize a lot, are you working most of the day. All these activities comprise of you taking an action and those actions having a reaction and outcome.

What is your routine like? Maybe write it down on a piece of paper and see what your days are spent doing from when you get up to when you go to sleep.
Do you like what you see as your routine? Is it serving your needs and allowing you to live the way you dream of? If so, then you have a perfect routine. If not then what needs to happen for you to reach the place where your routine is perfect for you?

A perfect routine comprises of a few different components:

To be perfect in our routine we have to be very vigilant and use discrimination when it comes to what and whom we get involved with. It is easy to fall back into old habits when we are not focused. Once you have set out a path and routine for yourself, stick to it and avoid anyone and anything which does not compliment your journey.

Reduce Your Stress

If stress has you anxious, tense and worried, consider trying meditation. Spending even a few minutes in meditation can restore your calm and inner peace.

Anyone can practice meditation. It’s simple and inexpensive, and it doesn’t require any special equipment.

Learn How To Breath Properly With Maria Menounos And Yogi Cameron To Feel Less Stressed.

How To Create An Ideal Meditation Place:

 

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[FREE VIDEO SERIES]
Learn How To Meditate With Simple Techniques

Watch The 3 Part Meditation Video Series Where You Will:

– Learn 3 Easy Meditation Techniques
– Discover How To Avoid 6 Common Frustrations When Meditating
– Follow A Gazing Guided Meditation To Relieve Stress & Gain Greater Focus