Niyama – Purity of body and mind, contentment in all circumstances, self-discipline, self- study (contemplation), and Devotion to God.
Positive Thinking, Positive attitude,, Right Natural Living, Fresh air and Sunbath, Controlled Creative Impulse (Sex), Self-control, Self-Mastery, Calmenss, Concentration, Right Education,Time Management, Exercise, Proper Sleep, Personality Development, Will Power, Respect for all, Control of Emotions and Senses, Right Behaviour, Good Actions, Good Habits, Good Company, Caution with Courage, Kindness, Prosperity and Understanding.
Balanced Diet, Right-eating Habits, Eating Fruits and Nuts, Vegitables, Various grains, Milk and Milk Products, Pure Water.
Yama – Abstaining form injury to others, falsehood, stealing, incontinence, and covetousness.
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