Yoga Nidra Refined Silence. Why do we sleep?
The great Shankacharya says that everyone is ananda. Being of bliss. You know these three words that we often use? Sat Chit Ananda. I’m sure everyone has heard those words. We think that by increasing our worldly pleasure we will have that perfect joy, but that never happens. So we have been given a state of ananda called sleep. The Yoga Sutras say that sleep is not an unconscious state. The closest that we get to that ananda in which everything reaches the state of laya, dissolution, we have in this sleep, and that is why the word Shiva, the Lord of dissolution, the Lord of laya, the word is derived from the verb root shi to sleep. Well then, our task is easy. What is all this talk about samadhi? In the Bhagavad Gita, repeatedly Krishna calls Arjuna Gudaakesha, the master of sleep. 31%20&%2061 Point%20Relaxation. Yoganidra : Yoga-nidra Guided Yogic Sleep Meditation. Download Free Guided Yoganidra meditation.
What is Yoga Nidra ? Yoga-nidra is an efficient method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation while maintaining consciousness. In fact Yoga Nidra not only brings physical and mental relaxation but also prepares the mind for spiritual evolution. It is mainly associates with pratyahara (withdrawing senses form sense-objects) and dharana (concentration). Yoga Nidra Network. We are proud of this page: it is probably the most extensive resource for freely available yoga nidra tracks you will find anywhere on the web.
Each of the audio files is uploaded and freely shared by members of Team Nidra, and is available for you to stream or download, as you wish. We do this because we know how valuable this treasure is, and wish for as many people to have access to the wonderful experiences of yoga nidra that a good quality practice can bring. There are live recordings, recordings made in cities and yoga studios, in meadows and woodlands, and recorded in English, German, Italian, Russian and Dutch (more languges coming soon). Yoganidra1190870. Guided Meditation Scripts.
Guided meditation scripts are helpful tools to use for relaxation purposes.
A script can vary in length from a word or phrase to many paragraphs. The words will help you remain focused during meditation, so you can aim to stay in the present moment to bring about greater awareness and full consciousness. You can read a meditation script during your session, or record it for future use. Click on the printable PDF on the right to print out the scripts below. Nine Scripts for Guided Meditation Short scripts can become mantras, or words to be repeated again and again, slowly and calmly. Longer scripts can be read, listened to, or said with an intention involved. Short Script or Mantra for Building Focus "I am present. I am here. I am breath. " (Repeat for the duration of your meditation practice.) Short Script or Mantra for Health or Wellness "I am strong. I am healthy. I am whole. " (Repeat for the duration of your meditation practice.) 61 Points Relaxation Meditation. You can do this practice sitting up or lying down.
If you are able to do it lying down without falling asleep, it will serve very well as a deep relaxation exercise. Done sitting up it serves more as a kind of calming concentration exercise. The exercise consists simply in following with your attention a trail of 61 distinct points throughout the body. That is to say, you focus your attention on each of 61 distinct points in turn.
There are a number of options in regards to what you do at each point and how much time you spend there. Silently counting the pointimagining a small blue star there (blue because it is the most calming color)simply noting the sensation at each pointdoing all of the above - or any combination thereof So, if you choose to count the points, you start at the first point which is at the center of the forehead and you say silently to yourself, “One.” Expect to spend a number of sessions at the beginning just learning the proper progression of the points. Yoga Nidra Meditation. You are welcome to print and record these Hatha Yoga Nidra meditation instructions.
The most important key to fully experiencing Nidra meditation is forming your intention - your Sankalpa. Make it one sentence long containing the essence of what you want. This will help you to remember it, and make it a "living creative energy. " State your Sankalpa in positive language. State what you want, not what you don't want. "Let me, Scott Coleman, live in the present moment, now. " Experience The Golden Light Yoga Nidra Meditation See and feel yourself laying on the floor, fully and completely relaxed. Focus your inner awareness inside your body, inside your pelvic bowl. As you naturally breath in and out, notice the golden ball of light is getting bigger, brighter and warmer... You feel the golden rays of light radiating throughout your body to every cell. Sample yoga nidra script. Jennifer Reis Yoga - Divine Sleep.
Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra Scripts created by Jennifer Reis Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra is both a science and an art form.
Please feel free to guide these scripts as they are, or modify to find your own words, expression, and adaptations for your students and loved ones. Allow for spaciousness between words and sentences, and repeat key words or phrases to allow a deeper sinking in. The practice may be shortened or use fewer stages for time constraints and appropriateness for students.
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