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Yoga 10-step Guideline for
Resolving Inner and Outer Conflict

 

Rama Vernon
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Develop Non-Covetousness (Non Envy)

   

 

 

When we give up "wanting" many things will be given onto us and manifest in a variety of unexpected ways.

Non-covetousness creates a feeling of unattachment. We only want or "covet" what we feel we lack, whether it is material possessions or qualities we admire in others.

 

 

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If we envy the possessions and qualities of others that we feel we lack within ourselves, it can create territorialness, competition, envy and, in turn, the "downplaying" of others in order to boast our low self esteem.

 

 

 

Non-covetousness is a virtue. When we are fulfilled within ourselves there is no need to compete, criticize, or gossip about others to make ourselves feel superior. When there is no envy or wanting what others have (possessions or qualities) we can delight in their joys and successes as we would our own.

 

 

Bhagavad Gita

Do everything you have to do, but not with ego, not with lust, not with envy but with love, compassion, humility, and devotion.

Bhagavad
Gita

 

 

   

Yoga 10-step Guideline for
Resolving Inner and Outer Conflict


1. Practice Non-Violence

2. Express Truthfulness

3. Develop Non-Covetousness (Non Envy)

4. Assume an Attitude of Non-Possessiveness

5. Regulate the Senses

6. Purify Motives

7. Cultivate Contentment and Serenity

8. Develop Equanimity

9. Learn from Inspirational Role Models

10. Remember God or "Higher Self"

 

 

 

   

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