November 30, 2021
Last week we talked briefly about how each Niyama shows up in our daily life as it relates to infertility. (If you missed that blog post, go back and read it so that you have a solid understanding first.)
November 23, 2021
The Niyamas are the second limb of the eightfold path and are often referred to as ‘the observances.’ Applying these five principles will improve your relationship with yourself, which will support a healthier infertility and life journey.
November 16, 2021
Last week we talked briefly about how each Yama shows up in our daily life as it relates to infertility. (If you missed that blog post, go back and read it so that you have a solid understanding first.) We also mentioned that they help inform how we filter, decipher, and choose to respond based on our internal landscape. That’s the piece of the puzzle that we’ll look at today.
November 9, 2021
The Yamas are the first limb of the eightfold path and are often referred to as ‘the restraints’. At a high level, they’re how you interact with the world around you. On a deeper level, they help inform how you filter, decipher and choose to respond (not react) based on your internal landscape.
September 1, 2020
Over the summer, we shared ten different guiding principles for how to embrace your inner and outer worlds as you face infertility. Here are the highlights just in case you missed them:
July 28, 2020
Ahimsa, “non-harming,” seems simple on the surface. Ahimsa is the first Yama - how you act/react with your outer world, and the usual interpretation is “don’t physically hurt others.” Yes, you shouldn’t physically harm others, but there’s so much more to Ahimsa.
June 16, 2020
The Yamas and Niyamas are the first two limbs of the eightfold path. Even at some yoga teacher trainings these are taught from a very theoretical standpoint. People give examples, everyone nods, then the course moves on. Here at Orchid Experience, we want you to notice experiences where the Yama and Niyama are in action in your life.