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Aparigraha (Non-Attachment): The Path to Inner Freedom

Aparigraha, one of the Yamas (ethical principles) in yoga philosophy, emphasizes the importance of non-attachment and non-greed. This principle encourages individuals to free themselves from the grasp of material possessions, …

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Brahmacharya (Moderation): The Key to Balance in a Distracted World

Brahmacharya, one of the Yamas (ethical principles) in yoga philosophy, encourages individuals to practice moderation in various aspects of life. Often translated as “celibacy” or “chastity,” it’s essential to understand …

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Asteya (Non-Stealing): The Ethical Pillar of Abundance and Integrity

Asteya, one of the ethical principles in yoga philosophy, embodies the value of non-stealing. It extends beyond material possessions and addresses the importance of respecting the boundaries, rights, and contributions …

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Satya (Truthfulness): The Essential Pillar of Authentic Living

Satya, the principle of truthfulness, is a fundamental concept in yoga philosophy and various spiritual traditions. It encourages individuals to live with honesty, integrity, and authenticity in their thoughts, words, …

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Ahimsa (Non-Violence): The Foundational Principle of Compassion

Ahimsa, often translated as “non-violence” or “compassion,” is one of the core principles of yoga and a fundamental concept in many spiritual and philosophical traditions. This principle teaches us to …

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 “The Yamas & Niyamas” by Deborah Adele

In our pursuit of balance and wellness, it’s often the intangible aspects of life that prove to be the most transformative. One such profound journey is explored in Deborah Adele’s …

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Unveiling the Treasures Within: Exploring the Yamas and Niyamas in Yoga Philosophy

Yoga is often seen as a physical practice, a dance of postures and stretches that bend and flex our bodies. But beyond the physical realm lies a profound philosophy, a …