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What is YOGA
(Nid - ra)
.....its a few things
It is a practice
It is a state of consciousness
It is a goddess
Its a 4th state of consciousness
Guided sleep-based meditation technique
Usually, practiced lying down while listening to one person's voice guide your attention inwards.
State of consciousness
Its Sleep with a Trace of Awareness
She is the Great Mother
The one who holds nurtures and supports
Her body is the fertile soil of the earth
Her spine a flowing river
Her heart filled with a sea of liquid diamonds
Her eyes deep pools into an endless void
Her breath is rose-colored light filling you with love
Her face is radiant like the full moon
She is waiting for you to surrender into her arms
So you might sleep while awake
Like the Divine child whose birthright is
deep rest, peace, and truth.
It is neither wakefulness, dreaming, nor deep sleep. In reality, it exists in the junction between any of these three states, i.e. between waking and dreaming, between dreaming and deep sleep, and between deep sleep and waking.
Listen to Eckhart Tolle:
...........and of course a bit of science!
Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation method of Pratyahara (withdrawal of senses). Sensing into and scanning the body encourages a state of relaxed consciousness, a space between wakefulness and sleep. At the start of Yoga Nidra, your brain is generally in an active state of beta waves. The progression of the meditation practice guides you into alpha state, the brain wave frequency that links conscious thought with the subconscious mind.
Serotonin is released in alpha state which encourages a transforming inner calm. As we continue to practice relaxing into stillness, fluctuations of the mind are released. Ease is sensed. Here a deep feeling of tranquillity and relaxation occurs.
As you follow the guide deeper into the practice, your brain emits delta waves, mimicking what happens when you enter a deep, restful sleep.
In a space of relaxation and awareness, subconscious thoughts can be accessed. Repressed and unprocessed thoughts can loosen their hold, tension, and grip creating a new path of freedom and detachment from unhelpful habits and thought patterns.
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