The third rule in the yamas is non-stealing, or asteya. Often when we think about non-stealing, the actual act of theft–stealing something from a store or from someone else–comes to mind. And yet, this focus on tangible objects is only a small part of what...
The second of the yamas is truthfulness, and is known as satya. The Sanskrit word sat means “that which exists, that which is”. The full word, satya, means truthfulness. In other words, reporting and seeing things as they really are, not as our minds tell...
When we look at yoga philosophy, one of the first concepts students learn in yoga teacher training is the 8-limbs of yoga as taught by Patanjali in his yoga sutras. The first limb is called the Yamas, and this word is often translated to “moral discipline”...
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