At school we learn every day that yoga isn’t just positions, but that it’s also a philosophy. These are some of the yoga yamas we learned at school. Yamas are ethical rules:
An aphorism is a short sentence that explains general philosophical knowledge.
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” Albert Einstein
“A penny saved is a penny earned” Paperon de’ Paperoni
Ahimsa mean ‘no violence’, A mean ‘no’ and Himsa ‘violence’ and joining them you ha ve Ahimsa and not just phisically but also mentally and not just with other people but also with us, nature and animals.
Asteya is the term of ‘not – stealing’. The word Asteya is comound from sanskrit language. A refers to not-, and Steya refers to of stealing something. The practice of steya says that you must not steal things, actions or thoughts
Satya means truth, to become truthful with thought, speech and action.
Have you ever wondered how Yoga began? The practice of Yoga began with the Idus Valley Civilisation (3000-1800 BC). After some years of excavations the archeologists found a Yoga rock showing people practicing yoga posions, so now we know lots of new postures.