WEEK-ENDS 2015-2016 : 8 MODULES BASED ON THE YAMAS ET NIYAMAS

  • Ahimsa

    Ahimsa

    "As one becomes firmly grounded in non-violence (Ahimsa), people who come close by will naturally lose any feelings of hostility."(Yoga sutra II.35) Read More
  • Satya

    Satya

    "As a yogi becomes firmly established in truthfulness (satya), his actions naturally result in success." (Yoga sutra II.36) Read More
  • Asteya

    Asteya

    "When we are firmly established in Non- stealing (Asteya), Abundance then comes to us" (Yoga Sutra II-37) Read More
  • Brahmacharya

    Brahmacharya

    "When we are firmly established in moderation (Brahmacharya), we have great inner power" (Yoga Sutra II-38) Read More
  • Aparigraha

    Aparigraha

    "When we are firmly established in the detachment (aparigraha), then we can know the Meaning of Life" (Yoga Sutra II-39) Read More
  • Sauca

    Sauca

    "Purity (Saucha) helps us to detach ourselves from the body and matter, while bringing joy, concentration, control of the senses and self-realization" (Yoga Sutra II-40 & 41) Read More
  • Santosa

    Santosa

    "Through the practice of contentment (Santosha), we reach a supreme happiness." (Yoga Sutra II-42) Read More
  • Tapas

    Tapas

    "By the intensity of the practice (Tapas), impurities are removed and we reach the perfection of the body and the senses" (Yoga Sutra II-43) Read More
  • Svadhyaya

    Svadhyaya

    "From self-study and reflection (svadhyaya), we realize the nature of the soul and get the total union with the Divine" (Yoga Sutra II-44) Read More
  • Isvarapranidhana

    Isvarapranidhana

    "By surrendering to the Divine, the state of perfected concentration (samadhi) is attained." (Yoga Sutra II-45) Read More
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