One World Lifestyle
Yogi Cameron and Deepak Chopra discuss the benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda, in a detailed conversation around restoring your natural health with the 8 limbs of yoga, ideas not usually emphasized during most yoga classes: Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi. Cameron explains how our senses often take us outward, and in order to go inward, one must edit your sensory experience in your daily life; we must live by the laws of nature.
27:31 | 2014
“After spending 12 beautiful and happy years as one of the most recognizable faces of fashion and beauty in the 90’s, I went to India and disappeared for a decade and studied Ayurvedic medicine and spiritual science under my teachers Sri Vasudevan and Dr Hari Pallathery.
I traded the outer fame, fortune and beauty of the ‘high life’ for an existence of solitude, wisdom and inner discovery. After some years of wondering in places like the Himalayas and practicing with other Yogis in Ashrams, I eventually settled in our mother temple and found my Guru Swami Satyasangananda Saraswati who is my guide today.
After years of practice and contemplation, what I find that works best for me now, is to have a balance of both inner and outer beauty so life never becomes extreme or uninteresting in one direction or the other.
Essentially this is what I am doing for others; Guiding them to heal on the inside through Ayurvedic medicine, prosper on the outside through Yogic practices and reach a spiritual consciousness through Tantra, so that life has a definite purpose and a specific direction. This way you never feel empty, lost or unloved in your life.” Visit his website https://www.yogicameron.com/