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niyama (nē·yäˑ·m),

n in Sanskrit, rules or laws, of personal conduct directed toward spiritual unfold-ment, one of the eight limbs or paths of Patanjali yoga aimed at self-realization and self-knowledge. See also yama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi.
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These include external practices of Yamas (social codes), Niyama (personal code), Asana (postures), Pranayama (control of breath) and Pratyahra (withdrawal of senses) as well as the internal practices of Dharana (concentration), Dhayana (mediation) and Samadhi (deep meditation).
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Innate Filipino sensitivity and hospitality are at every turn, from the Resort's in-house casual to fine-dining gastronomy, the heated infinity pools, Borderless Library, to the Niyama Spa, with its holistic quiet, handmade oils and balms, and therapies modified to personal expectations.
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Niyama - following the rules of right social conduct, right diet and right lifestyle.