The practice of non-violence is usually understood as doing no harm physically. But from a spiritual perspective, non-violence includes refraining from both physical and energetic harm. In Buddhism and Hinduism, the practice is called ahimsa, which Mahatma Gandhi defined as non-violence in thought, word, and deed.
Attention, perception, and states of awareness are all partialities. Learn the difference between these common spiritual terms, and how to access a direct experience of Reality before attention or perception create any limited views of consciousness.