This niyama is about staying steady during ups and downs, challenging us to be grounded in the good even as difficult situations arise. What practices can we have in our lives to continuously find calm? What imagery comes to mind?
The niyamas are all principles guiding us on how to treat ourselves – and where sauca is about cleaning our bodies, tapas is about keeping our bodies healthy. Tapas means burning, and it’s all about action. When applying this niyama, we want to be devel
Yamas are instructions for living well. instead of being strict rules, they invite us to decide for ourselves the specific applications to how we live. “Ahimsa” is an important consideration when we examine our habits in relationship to other people.