Meditation March 2022: Saucha (Purity) – Aries Season

Good Morning Yogis! Today is the start of the Astrological New Year, and Saucha Day!

We completed our round of practices of the Yamas and now we are moving on to the Niyamas! Last time we practiced the first of the Niyamas, Saucha / purity with our bodies, with a deep clean or pampering self-care practice.

alpine forest with glacial granite boulder formation among dark green pine trees - saucha purity cleanliness self-care new beginning fresh start Quote: New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings. - Lao Tzu
New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings. – Lao Tzu

Astrological New Year – Aries Season

I am sorry to be a day late to tie in with our daily practices, but yesterday was the start of Aries Season – Happy Birthday Aries Yogis! This is the start of the year for the Zodiac Calendar, and we are also at the start of Spring! So, with Saucha Day and the start of spring, it is a perfect day for some spring cleaning! For an Aries themed Yoga Practice today, I recommend Nadi Shodhana or Channel-Clearing Breath, which reminds me of the symbol for Aries below!

red and white aries zodiac astrology symbol

bONUS dAILY mEDITATION cHALLENGE

We are in the middle of a bonus Daily Meditation Challenge for March! For Saucha Day today, since we will be cleaning our homes my meditation for the day is a Guided Meditation on Organizing our Thoughts.

Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is to practice Saucha / Purity with our surroundings. The Spring Equinox was this past weekend depending on your time zone, so we will focus on spring cleaning for our own homes! Perhaps pick one or two rooms that can use some TLC, and go through the spring cleaning deep-cleaning suggestions for that room!

I personally do not do well when my home is cluttered or disorganized. I need everything to have its own place to go back to, or else I cannot find anything! Pick an area of your home or office to declutter and clean. Get storage bins, drawer organizers, or whatever you need to help yourself keep this area clean and organized going forward. Whether it is your closet, garage, junk drawer, basement, car, or your e-mail inbox, work on bringing Saucha to one of your spaces that you feel needs some TLC.

Want more Cleaning Ideas and hacks?
Check our cleaning Tips & Tricks on Pinterest!

Disclosure: I only recommend products I would use myself, and all opinions expressed here are our own. This page contains affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, may earn me a small commission. Read full privacy policy here.

Please comment and share how you decided to practice Saucha today. I always feel my mind is less cluttered when my space is less cluttered. How did it make you feel? Always remember, be kind!

Meditation March 2022: Aparigraha (Non-Attachment)

Good Morning Yogis! Today is the Spring Equinox – Happy Spring Yogis in the North Hemisphere! Today is Aparigraha or Non-Attachment Day. Last time we practiced the positive of the last of the YamasAparigraha / non-attachment directly by practicing non-attachment with our actions. Today we will practice the positive meaning of non-attachment, or gratitude.

bONUS dAILY mEDITATION cHALLENGE

We are in the middle of a bonus Daily Meditation Challenge for March! For Aparigraha Day today, my meditation for the day is a Morning Gratitude Guided Meditation.

shot of white flower and green leaves growing up through sidewalk pavement - aparigraha non-attachment gratitude Quote: Reflect upon your present blessings— of which every man has many— not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some. - Charles Dickens
Reflect upon your present blessings— of which every man has many— not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some. – Charles Dickens

Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is to make a list of five things (I just love Top 5 Lists!) you are grateful for in your life, right now. OR, if you are ready for an added challenge – try to practice gratitude all day today, and especially in any challenging situation. Need some ideas for your list? They can be big or small.

You may be grateful for physical things like your health or your long hair or your home or your beautiful garden. You may be grateful for your family or friends or pets. You may be proud of something you accomplished or positive personal traits like humor or loyalty. You may be grateful for past learning experiences or positive changes you see in yourself or the world. Or, these are tough times.. if you are proud for getting out of bed and taking a shower, or putting on pants for your zoom meeting, then celebrate small victories!

This practice is about finding the joy and blessings in the moment. Focus your attention to positivity and abundance already in your life, rather than putting off your happiness for something in the future.

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Please comment to share how this Aparigraha gratitude exercise made you feel, or feel free to share your list! Always remember, be kind!

Saucha – Purity – Day 4 – 2021 – Aries Season

Good Morning Yogis! We completed our round of practices of the Yamas and now we are moving on to the Niyamas! Last time we practiced the first of the Niyamas, Saucha / purity with our bodies, with a deep clean or pampering self-care practice.

bONUS dAILY mEDITATION cHALLENGE

We are in the middle of a bonus Daily Meditation Challenge for March! For Saucha Day today, since we will be cleaning our homes my meditation for the day is a Guided Meditation on Organizing our Thoughts.

close-up garden with bright green grass and ferns and tiny yellow buttercup flowers saucha purity spring cleaning Quote: Spring cleaning doesn't have to be a dreaded list of chores. It can be a rewarding experience that helps provide some structure and organization in your life. - Peter Walsh
Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a dreaded list of chores. It can be a rewarding experience that helps provide some structure and organization in your life. – Peter Walsh

Astrological New Year – Aries Season

I am sorry to be a day late to tie in with our daily practices, but yesterday was the start of Aries Season – Happy Birthday Aries Yogis! This is the start of the year for the Zodiac Calendar, and we are also at the start of Spring! So, with Saucha Day and the start of spring, it is a perfect day for some spring cleaning! For an Aries themed Yoga Practice today, I recommend Nadi Shodhana or Channel-Clearing Breath, which reminds me of the symbol for Aries below!

red and white aries zodiac astrology symbol

Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is to practice Saucha / Purity with our surroundings. The Spring Equinox was this past weekend depending on your time zone, so we will focus on spring cleaning for our own homes! Perhaps pick one or two rooms that can use some TLC, and go through the spring cleaning deep-cleaning suggestions for that room!

I personally do not do well when my home is cluttered or disorganized. I need everything to have its own place to go back to, or else I cannot find anything! Pick an area of your home or office to declutter and clean. Get storage bins, drawer organizers, or whatever you need to help yourself keep this area clean and organized going forward. Whether it is your closet, garage, junk drawer, basement, car, or your e-mail inbox, work on bringing Saucha to one of your spaces that you feel needs some TLC.

Want more Cleaning Ideas and hacks?
Check our cleaning Tips & Tricks on Pinterest!

Disclosure: I only recommend products I would use myself, and all opinions expressed here are our own. This page contains affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, may earn me a small commission. Read full privacy policy here.

Please comment and share how you decided to practice Saucha today. I always feel my mind is less cluttered when my space is less cluttered. How did it make you feel? Always remember, be kind!