Take a moment to connect your breath.
Imagine sounds around your breath “So Ham”
Inhale “So” Exhale “Ham”
“So Ham” means “I am all that is”
We are all connected to the universal energy, and it fall into the same concept as oneness. .
In yoga philosophy, ahimsa—often translated as “non-violence” or “non-harming”—is the opportunity to live in such a way that we cause no harm in thought, speech, or action to any living being, including ourselves.
Violence comes from feeling of separation and fear.
I am sure that many of us experience being violence very subtle way in thoughts.
You feel angry due to wrong-mildness. It is based upon lack, or an idea that I am not free, not happy, not able to achieve or do what I want.
The source of a problem is our idea about it and the idea causes separation, discomfort, stress, or illness. .
Everything you see is a reflection of your inner state of mind and your thoughts. .
In order to feel peace and love within, you control your mind to allow yourself to accept and forgive. And let go of idea of what I want to happen, what I think will make me happy. .
When our lives are going well, practicing Ahimsa seems easy enough. But especially when there are twisting and turning in life we must remind our hearts opened. .
With that loving and openness there is no effort to extend love. Love never harms anything or anyone. It is whole and true 🙏🏻❤️
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