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Yogic Path

How To Stop Obsessing Over Everything

Yogi Cameron Alborzian | Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living
Yogi Cameron Alborzian

If you follow these five steps and make them a part of your daily thoughts, all other aspects of your life will start to fall into place. Your mind will be freed up to see the endless possibilities that are available to you. Now this is called living.

Yoga: 3 Ways to Remain on the Path

Yogi Cameron Alborzian | Posted 10.19.2013 | Healthy Living
Yogi Cameron Alborzian

Do you get overwhelmed by the idea of committing to a lifelong spiritual practice? When we think about this work in relation to our fast-paced lives, it can not only seem daunting to set out on this path but completely absurd.

Come Home, Sweetness Awaits

Yogi Cameron Alborzian | Posted 07.28.2013 | Healthy Living
Yogi Cameron Alborzian

We don't create peace because we've forced everyone to no longer perpetrate violence, we create peace when we experience a state of supreme joy within ourselves and reflect that joy onto others. As a result, the other person feels this joy within themselves and peace becomes contagious.

Honesty of Purest Gold

Yogi Cameron Alborzian | Posted 03.31.2013 | Healthy Living
Yogi Cameron Alborzian

The yogic practice of truthfulness, called asteya, refers to abstention from falsehoods -- either expressed to others or experienced within -- in favor of that which abides by nature's way.

The Most Extreme Form of Nonviolence

Yogi Cameron Alborzian | Posted 03.17.2013 | Healthy Living
Yogi Cameron Alborzian

The yogic path labels nonviolence as "ahimsa." According to this tradition, violence is any act that inflicts harm onto not just other people, but onto oneself.

Get The Most Out Of Your Meditative Practice

Yogi Cameron Alborzian | Posted 02.08.2013 | Healthy Living
Yogi Cameron Alborzian

A consistent, daily practice of yogic meditation chips away at the workings of the mind. As we devote ourselves to this practice over time, we empower ourselves to observe our ego as being separate from ourselves. This allows a more natural insight to emerge.