Supporting Modern Guides

Our ancestors made sure that we had a detailed guide to peace of mind. Below you’ll find guidance from the Yoga Sutras and the Bhagavad Gita regarding each ethical restraint.

Read the PDF below before your meditation. 

Ahimsa

Uncommon Ethics: Volume I

Satya

Uncommon Ethics: Volume II

Asteya

Uncommon Ethics: Volume III

Brahmacharya

Uncommon Ethics: Volume IV

Aparigraha

Uncommon Ethics: Volume V

Welcome to Yamas Meditations

The yamas are the first limb of yoga - ethical restraints we must practice in order to relieve the mind of fluctuations. The point of this series is to introduce the concepts to the mind for you to witness and accept your present day connection to the ethics of natural unity. 

Meditation on Ethical Non-Violence (Ahimsa)

This meditation introduces your mind and body to the ethical principle of ahimsa. If you feel any pain seated, lie down for it. 

Meditation on Ethical Non-Deception (Satya)

This meditation introduces your mind and body to the ethical principle of satya. If you feel any pain seated, lie down for it. 

Meditation on Ethical Non-Taking (Asteya)

This meditation introduces your mind and body to the ethical principle of asteya. If you feel any pain seated, lie down for it. 

Meditation on Ethical Non-Ignorance (Brahmacharya)

This meditation introduces your mind and body to the ethical principle of brahmacharya. If you feel any pain seated, lie down.

Meditation on Ethical Non-Attachment (Aparigraha)

This meditation introduces your mind and body to the ethical principle of apraigraha. If you feel any pain seated, lie down.