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The Yamas and the Niyamas

The Yamas and the Niyamas

We have begun to see how Patanjali's asthanga (eight parts) yoga can be taken as a progressive, interdependent or constituent path and we have seen that the yamas and the niyamas come at the very beginning.
It is a position that implies their function as foundational to the path as a whole and to its individual parts.

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On the five yamas and resitance…

— Khadine Morcom