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  • Reduce mental and physical stress

  • Improve Sleep

  • Train and relax your mind

  • Clear up negative subconscious programming

  • Awaken your creativity

  • Enhance your memory and learning capacity

  •  Manage psychological disorders 

  • Prepares you for deeper states of meditation


Yoga Nidra Explained

Yoga Nidra Explained

Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness a state of care free being.  It is a conscious Deep Sleep.  The practice of Yoga Nidra connects you to your subconscious andyour unconscious, the parts of you that contain your greatest strengths, abilities, knowledge and wisdom.  You can create connection to this part of you through regular practice of Yoga Nidra to develop your intuition and expand your sense of self. 


To be explained simply Yoga Nidra is a powerful relaxation and meditation technique where the mind remains awake during the normally unconscious state associated with sleep.  This technique induces deep relaxation of the body–mind with the ultimate aim of increasing self-awareness.  It is a technique that allows you to recharge, relax, rejuvenate and awaken your higher consciousness.  


There is nothing for you to do only to lie down comfortably allowing yourself to relax, let go mentally, physically and emotionally.  You must do your best to remain awake and just listen, follow the instructions that take you on this inner journey.  As most people fall asleep when they relax so the first stage of learning Yoga Nidra is to practice remaining awake and aware.  This has many physical and psychological health benefits that evolve as you discover more and more of the hidden treasures that lie dormant in you.

The modern usage of the term Yoga Nidra refers more to the relaxation and the meditation technique developed by Swami Satyananda in 1961, rather than to the state of absorption into the higher self.

The technique enables us to remain aware while we enter into the dream and sleeping states of consciousness.  The state of Yoga Nidra occurs when we can remain conscious during the sleep state (called pranjna in the Mandukya Upanishad).  


You will feel so refreshed, rejuvenated, calm and grounded even after one session of Yoga Nidra.  Most people’s experience after a 20 to 40 minute Yoga Nidra session is that they first notice they feel an incredible sense of a deep rest after this practice even compared to an 6 to 8 hour sleep.  Continue for a period of time and see your life change, your personality blossom and even old habit patterns drop away.


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