Samtosha – Yamas and Niyamas

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Samtosha (also spelled Santosha) means contentment. If our happiness always relies on outside influences such as the car we drive, our spouse’s mood, or the weather, then we will never be the masters of our own joy. We must be able to, like King Janaka taught Lakshman, always remember our highest truth and joy through all tasks we do – regardless of how daunting, unappealing, or arduous. In this video experience contentment and enjoy a reading of a wonderful story about two major characters of the Ramayana.

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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