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SVADHYAYA

SVADHYAYA – The fourth Niyama: Self-Study, knowing yourself, peeling the layers of the “onion” through self discovery which requires Tapas: discipline, self-reflection and self-observation creates the path to freedom ✨✨ True freedom resides within. Yoga asana practice, meditation, as well … Continue reading

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TAPAS

TAPAS – The third Niyama translates of as heat. Also as discipline, change, tolerance, spiritual effort and transformation. In many places around the world since records of our first existence fire 🔥 has been a symbol in many cultures and … Continue reading

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SANTOSHA

    SANTOSHA – the second Niyama – Contentment and being grateful for who we are and what we have. 🌈☀️” Satisfaction, Satisfaction ‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try 🎶 🎸 I can’t get … Continue reading

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SAUCA

SAUCA – the first Niyama✨ Purification/ Purity / cleanliness of our body temples, our thoughts, our words , our actions, our intentions, the company we keep, our environment ✨✨Keep the energy flowing and become a vessel of light and love. … Continue reading

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THE NIYAMAS

Second limb of yoga is the Niyamas, according to Wikipedia: Niyama (Sanskrit: नियम) means positive duties or observances. In Indian traditions, particularly Yoga, niyamas and its complement, Yamas, are recommended activities and habits for healthy living, spiritual enlightenment and liberated … Continue reading

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APARIGRAHA

APARIGRAHA – The fifth and last Yama – many times translated as non possessiveness, non hoarding. Releasing attachments 💫seems like a non easy task. Paying attention to how much we take and how much we hold on too. If we … Continue reading

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BRAHMACHARYA

The fourth Yama Brahmacharya ✨ Known as non excess and celibacy. Teaches us how to contain and create healthy boundaries. Can you see God in everything, as well as in yourself ? Wether you decide to live a monastic life … Continue reading

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ASTEYA

ASTEYA – Non Stealing – is the third Yama of the eight limbs. In a very blunt sense yes do not steal, but like many aspects of yoga there are deeper underlying meanings. Are you stealing someone else’s light by … Continue reading

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SATYA

SATYA – Truth- Is the second Yama of the eight limbs. Truth is the courage to be who you are without harming anyone along the way – for satya builds upon ahimsa. Truth is the courage to embrace the natural … Continue reading

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AHIMSA – Patanjalis Eight Limbs Of Yoga

AHIMSA – In Patanjali’s eight limbs of yoga – The first limb : The Yamas invited us to take a look at ourselves first and foremost. To awake the divine within. Ahimsa the first of the five Yamas means non-violence … Continue reading

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