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Yamas--Nonviolence

December 18, 2017

Non-violence means more than just not harming someone, it extends to ourselves.  It
includes how we think and talk about ourselves & to ourselves; the criticism,
judgement, the anger.  It includes how we react to situations. The practice of ahimsa is compassion in our feelings, thoughts, words and actions. It means consideration; thoughtful consideration of ourselves & others, in each situation. 


Think of all the things you say to yourself or about yourself in a day...I'm broke, That
was stupid, I'm fat, I can't do that, I'm not smart enough, I'm not talented/good
enough, I'm too scared, I'm tired, I'm too old, I'm angry, I'm depressed, I can't stop
drinking/working/over eating/spending, etc.  All these thoughts are not compassionate
& do not honor your GREATNESS.  


These thoughts are creating vibratory energy patterns that attract the same....so
saying "I'm broke," creates exactly what you say-- brokenness.  If you say you hate
working so much, then you create circumstances where you are constantly in "go-
mode."  Now think of what you say & how you feel toward others.  This is where
gossip comes in. 


Ahimsa reminds us that it starts with us...within us...all the changes we wish to see,
experience, do and have.

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