Deep Relaxation and Guided Meditation - Yoga Nidra
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Welcome to Yoga Nidra Practice for Deep Relaxation and Life Fulfillment Yoga Nidra is a deep relaxation and guided meditation that you practice comfortably lying down on your back with your arms by your sides, your palms facing up and your head on a pillow. Yoga Nidra means conscious and aware sleep. It is that state when you are totally relaxed yet conscious and aware. Similar to when you are just about to fall asleep. Yoga Nidra practices were developed thousands years ago as a means to achieve the deepest states of inner peace and relaxation. A way to positively impact and recondition your mind's subconscious layers. Yoga Nidra can help you solve problems and enhance both your intuition and your creativity. It will rejuvenate your body and your mind. It is said that 30 minutes of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to 3 hours of deep sleep. It is a powerful and delightful practice that you can do on a daily basis at any suitable time for you. Stay awake, stay still and do not sleep. First take a moment to set an intention, a "sankalpa", a resolve for your life. Something you wish to manifest in any areas of your life or a quality you wish to cultivate/ embody for example: fearlessness, courage, inner peace, fulfillment...etc. Use either the present or future tense in a simple a simple sentence such as: " I am in radiant health and will heal completely" "I will be successful in all that I undertake" " I will awaken my spiritual potential" The wording should be precise, clear and meaningful for you. Stay with the same resolve every day until you manifest it, achieve it, embody it. ENJOY THE JOURNEY.
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It’s so calming the first one was my personal favorite.
If you make a mistake, you must go back to 27
Meh... not very relaxing, and just sort of ends in silence, not letting you know it's supposed to be over.
Very Effective For Me
I don’t know exactly what it is about this recording that I respond to so well, but the effect has been undeniable. When nothing else worked, this helped me get over horrible insomnia.
The woman in the recording definitely doesn’t sound like a professional voice artist, but I think that’s a good thing. Rather than sounding over-produced she comes across as warm and genuine.