Ahimsa turns us from harming self and others to kindness and compassion for self and others.  Ahimsa asks us to step lightly, do no harm, and to honor the relationship we have with the earth, with each other, and with ourselves.
Invites us to know the Self. Svadhyaya asks us to turn our focus inward to better understand ourselves through peeling away our layers and finding our true divine self.
Self-study brings freedom.
Invites us to know the Self. Svadhyaya asks us to turn our focus inward to better understand ourselves through peeling away our layers and finding our true divine self.
Self-study brings freedom.
Invites us to know the Self. Svadhyaya asks us to turn our focus inward to better understand ourselves through peeling away our layers and finding our true divine self.
Self-study brings freedom.
Invites us to know the Self. Svadhyaya asks us to turn our focus inward to better understand ourselves through peeling away our layers and finding our true divine self.
Self-study brings freedom.
Svadhyaya invites is to know the self.  Svadhyaya asks us to turn our focus inward to better understand ourselves through peeling away our layers and finding our true divine self.  Svadhyaya brings freedom.
contentment
famous David Foster Wallace commencement address
cultivate your intentions
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compassionate listening
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