Beginning Your Yogi Practice with Humming Bee

Yogi Cameron first started practicing Yoga in Paris at the Sivananda Ashram in 1987 while living a supermodel's life as the face of Guess and Versace, and the muse of Madonna and Elton John. He moved to India and studied the Yoga principles and Ayurveda for over a decade before coming to America to teach westerners the power of The Yogi Code. He has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Today Show, Extra, and Martha, amongst others. He has also been featured in The New York Times, Men's Journal, Wall Street Journal, The London Times, and ELLE magazine, and he is the author of two previous books and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, Thrive Market's website, and Sharecare, a health portal which is part of Dr. Oz’s outreach program for health and lifestyle experts.

yogi practiceYour spiritual practice is key to finding the path to enlightenment, and starting every day in the right way is important to your development as a yogi. After setting up your space to your liking and getting grounded in your intentions for the day, start with the following Humming Bee yogi practice to begin your spiritual journey towards inner peace. Learn more about the Yogi Code in The Yogi Code: Seven Universal Laws of Infinite Success.

This practice involves the closing off of our senses so we can experience what it is like when our mind is not influenced by them. As you will see, the mind will start to be filled with more peace and fewer preoccupations. The special part of the practice is a humming noise, which vibrates in the ears, mouth, eyes, and nose and is calming to the mind. It can also bring emotions to the surface, but in a quiet and controlled way.

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• To start the practice, sit in a comfortable seated posture so you are very stable and your back is straight.

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• Now bring your arms up, open the elbows outward, and put your index finger into your ears. Don’t press your fingers in too hard, but also not too lightly.

• Keep the mouth and lips closed, with the teeth slightly apart. Inhale very slowly through the nostrils.

• Exhale through the nose while making a long, even, and steady humming noise. Don’t force the breath, but do it smoothly. Rest your arms between each round if they become tired; otherwise, do the rounds consecutively.

• Do five rounds.

• Sit quietly for a moment and see how the practice affects your mind.

Take your yogi practice off the yoga mat and turn negativity into positivity in your daily life.

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