Aparigraha (nonattachment, non-greed)

  Aparigraha means nonattachment or turning away from greed. It encourages us to be self-sufficient, acknowledging abundance around us. It means seeing our glass as ‘half full’ rather than ‘half empty’ and being content with what we have. Practicing aparigraha means we consider what we really need versus

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Asteya (Non-stealing)

The third of the Yamas (guidelines for living) is Asteya, which means non-stealing. When we practice asteya we consciously live life from the perspective of abundance. Asteya invites us to be content with what comes to us by honest means. When we dwell on what others have or what do

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