Yama, the first limb, and Niyama, the second limb, are the foundation of virtues in which the yogi establishes herself. Yama consists of nonviolence, truthfulness, non-stealing, continence and non-greed. Yama is about having transparent, compassionate, authentic relationships with others. The five points of yama are Ahimsa (non-harming), Satya (honesty), Asteya (non-stealing), Brahmacharya (seeking the most sacred in every relationship) and Aparigraha (not accepting inappropriate gifts). Niyama consists of purity, contentment, accepting but not causing pain, the study of spiritual books and self-surrender. Niyama is about having a loving relationship with yourself. The five points of niyama is Sauca (cleanliness), Samtosa (gratitude), Tapah (practice; the effort required to move from a bad habit to a good one), Svadhyaya (self study in the light of a worthy teacher or tradition), Isvara Pranidhana (acting in accord with your highest calling).