Dharma describes the universal laws of nature, applicable to everyone. In Hinduism, it is regarded as the eternal and inherent nature of reality, a cosmic law underlying right behavior and social order. In Buddhism, dharma is the nature of reality understood as a universal truth taught by the Buddha. In Jainism, dharma is both a moral virtue and the medium that allows beings to move. In Sikhism, it is a term for the “path of righteousness” and points to a life of honorable conduct and service. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.
Legendary yoga teacher Sri Dharma Mittra explores Yama, or the Ethical Rules of Yoga, in this spirited talk about love, compassion and practice. In this insightful talk from Wanderlust’s Speakeasy, Sri Dharma Mittra explains the root of yoga: Yama.