Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

When the yogi is grounded in Ahimsa or non-harming, hostility is abandoned in his presence.
When grounded in satya or truth, action and its fruit depend on him.
When grounded in asteya or non-stealing, all jewels come to him.
When grounded in brahmacarya or moving towards Brahman (chastity), he obtains vitality.
When standing in greedlessness, he receives knowledge of the “whyness” of his birth.

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Chapter II, sutras 35_39
Orit Sen-Gupta