Life is a rhythm between the opposites. If there is this rhythm, then, everything will be good, happy and pleasant. If there is no rhythm, then life becomes miserable.
In the life of all living beings, everything is in a rhythm.
- Happiness and unhappiness;
- Day and night;
- Summer and win...
Niyama is the second step in ashtanga yoga.
Niyama means the observance to follow; the obligation to fulï¬l.
Shandilya Upanishad has given more observance than many other yogic texts. Shandilya Upanishad gives broader experience and opportunities to the prac...
Yama and niyama are more mental. That means the individual has to observe them thinking properly. Here is summary of the practice of yama and niyama.
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