Brahmacharya – Yamas and Niyamas

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In our modern society, Brahmacharya may be the most contentious of Patanjali’s Yamas and Niyamas. Many commentaries have been made from all sorts of traditions and teachers. Some say it’s abstinence, some say it’s the management of our energies. Perhaps the best translation is “Walking in Brahman” or “Walking in the Ultimate Reality.” Explore what this means through philosophy lecture and meditation experience with Paul – longtime yogi, master meditator, and divine healer!

To see more in our series of Yamas and Niyamas, please view our Yamas and Niyamas Youtube playlist. All these videos were recorded during sessions of our Class of ’17 Yoga College – 200hr yoga teacher training.

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Introduction

The Yamas and Niyamas

Yamas

Ahimsa (Non-Violence)
Satya (Truthfulness)
Asteya (Non-Stealing)
Brahmacharya (Walking In The Ultimate Reality)
Aparigraha (Non-Possessiveness)

Niyamas

Shaucha (Cleanliness/Purity)
Samtosha (Contentment)
Tapas (Austerity)
Svadhyaya (Self-Study)
Ishvara Pranidhana (Surrender To The Ultimate Reality)

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