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Neohumanism is a new form of humanism that applies not only to human beings but expands the very concept to be inclusive of all beings. A neohumanistic approach is based upon the cultivation of a deep, internal sentiment which gives reverence to all life and sees all living beings as manifestations of one, integrated whole. Neohumanism gives depth and breadth to the relationship of human beings to each other and to the world in which they live. It is fundamentally spiritual in nature – not because it subscribes to any religious view, but because it acknowledges the deep, inherent unity in all life and the beauty which is inherent in all beings, thus promoting a reverence for living beings.

In the yogic system, the observances and avoidances of yama and niyama are given to create a foundation for spiritual life. They must be practiced of one is to attain the sweet and subtle states of consciousness that can be achieved through meditation. Otherwise, the mind is not prepared for these subtle influences of supreme love. Yama and niyama are not to be regarded merely as an approach to living an ethical life but as an integral aspect of spiritual development. This book provides an explanation of the inner intent of each principle. Distortions which have arisen in their meaning are clarified. Also, the underlying unity found in the practice of yama and niyama is explained. This book outlines the principles as different aspects of an integrated approach to life based on compassion and reverence.

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Neohumanism is a new form of humanism that applies not only to human beings but expands the very concept to be inclusive of all beings. A neohumanistic approach is based upon the cultivation of a deep, internal sentiment which gives reverence to all life and sees all living beings as manifestations of one, integrated whole. Neohumanism gives depth and breadth to the relationship of human beings to each other and to the world in which they live. It is fundamentally spiritual in nature – not because it subscribes to any religious view, but because it acknowledges the deep, inherent unity in all life and the beauty which is inherent in all beings, thus promoting a reverence for living beings.

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