Can you reach the fifth grade without clearing the first four grades? Such kind of a frog jump does not help. So how does one expect to master asanas which is the third limb on the path of spirituality, without striving for the first two limbs, Yama and Niyama? Niyama is the discipline that a seeker has to follow for self and therefore a yoga practitioner slowly strives to have purity and contentment to such a level that he remains unaffected by whatever happens around him. In this video drawn from International Yoga Day (Delhi, 2015), revered master Anandmurti Gurumaa focuses on the five self-restraints of Niyama: Shaucha, Santosha, Tapah, Swadhyaya and Ishwara Pranidhana.