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In this episode, the hosts discuss the first limb of Yoga, the Yamas. The Yamas (restraints) are part of Yoga's ethical code, which underscores the importance of being in alignment on all levels of engagement. Next episode, they will expand into the second limb, The Niyamas (observances).

They break it down into the five parts and offer anecdotes & quotes from other sources to paint a real-life picture of what it looks like to live these tenets (or at least be aware of them so they can be worked with in real time).

The Five Yamas are:

  1. Ahimsa - do no harm, non-violence
  2. Satya - truthfulness
  3. Asteya - non-stealing not taking what is not freely offered
  4. Bramacharya - wise use of energy, self-control, moderation
  5. Aparigraha - non-hoarding, non-possessiveness

Sources from the Show:

The Yamas & Niyamas

An Introduction to the Five Yamas

The Yamas Explained

Path to Happiness: 8 Interpretations of the Yamas + Niyamas

Susanna Harwood Rubin - IG Post on Battle Language

The Art of Living (this is not a direct link to the quote, but is the source of the quote and a great place to explore)

Anecdotal Anatomy's Amazing Team:

Judith George - Editor (video & audio)

Keith Kenny - Music

Cindy Fatsis - Photography

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In this episode, the hosts discuss the first limb of Yoga, the Yamas. The Yamas (restraints) are part of Yoga's ethical code, which underscores the importance of being in alignment on all levels of engagement. Next episode, they will expand into the second limb, The Niyamas (observances).

They break it down into the five parts and offer anecdotes & quotes from other sources to paint a real-life picture of what it looks like to live these tenets (or at least be aware of them so they can be worked with in real time).

The Five Yamas are:

  1. Ahimsa - do no harm, non-violence
  2. Satya - truthfulness
  3. Asteya - non-stealing not taking what is not freely offered
  4. Bramacharya - wise use of energy, self-control, moderation
  5. Aparigraha - non-hoarding, non-possessiveness

Sources from the Show:

The Yamas & Niyamas

An Introduction to the Five Yamas

The Yamas Explained

Path to Happiness: 8 Interpretations of the Yamas + Niyamas

Susanna Harwood Rubin - IG Post on Battle Language

The Art of Living (this is not a direct link to the quote, but is the source of the quote and a great place to explore)

Anecdotal Anatomy's Amazing Team:

Judith George - Editor (video & audio)

Keith Kenny - Music

Cindy Fatsis - Photography

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