"Acknowledging abundance (Aparigraha), we recognize the blessing in everything and gain insights into the purpose of our worldly existence."
Thewineyoga has a nice article on ways to slow down and find some peace, sounds a lot like Brahmacharya
It has been a chaotic week around here…homeschooling, subbing a resistance bands class, prepping for two radio interviews tomorrow on wine, meeting with a new client and cooking for another, and trying to get my house cleaned! Whew…on top of everything else, I am knee deep in the middle of my 10 day sugar/caffeine/alcohol detox…I am exhausted, well-hydrated, fighting headaches, and hangry! You don’t know how much you miss a thing, like chocolate, until you give it up for awhile.
I have been trying to make sure to slow down, however, every night by either meditating, reading, or doing some yoga nidra as I fall asleep. I wanted to point out two nifty apps I use to help with the meditation and nidra.
The first app is Calm. A wonderful little app, Calm offers a variety of different backgrounds, sounds, guided meditations, and timed meditations to help you find…
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Yoga Sutra 11.38 Devoted to living a balanced and moderate life (Brahmacharya), the scope of one's life force becomes boundless.
Asteya is the recognition of the value of life we have received by using all our talents and possibilities for our own good, for our families and communities and for awakening to our life's deeper meaning.
Is it true Is it necessary Is it non-harming