Yama and Niyama: How-to-Live Skills for Inner Strength and Freedom by Brother Chidananda is one of a series of informal talks on the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi.
This talk was given by Brother Chidananda at the 2011 Self-Realization Fellowship World Convocation in Los Angeles, California. Brother Chidananda speaks on yama and niyama (the spiritual “do’s and don’ts”) – the universal rules of moral behavior that we find in the scriptures of all the great religions of the world.
Running time: 53 minutes
Audio CD previously released with the Fall 2012 Self-Realization magazine
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