As I mentioned in previous JumpStarts, unlike the 10 commandments, which are a list of “Thou Shalt Nots,” the Hindu Yamas tell one what NOT to do and the Niyamas tells us what we SHOULD do.

The first Niyama is SAUCHA – be pure.

Purity in body, mind, heart, ethics, and intention.

The rewards of purity are sound sleep, loving friends, a clear conscience, less anxiety, and the greatest benefit of all — increased happiness.

Let’s discuss SAUCHA — “thou shalt be pure” — today and discover the benefits of living a pure life.

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