Use this 17-minute NSDR/ yoga nidra practice to deeply rest and recharge. This particular practice invites the use of the sankalpa or affirmation to help you connect to your true essence.
About yoga nidra
Yoga nidra is also known as non sleep deep rest (NSDR), a term coined by Andrew Huberman, a Stanford neuroscientist and creator of the Huberman Lab podcast. It's a combination of allowing your body to deeply rest, whilst keeping your mind alert, which induces deep relaxation on all levels of your being. I like to think of it as a kind of internal yoga which guides you into a state of complete stillness and clarity.
This simple, yet incredibly powerful practice has been proven to reduce stress, alleviate anxiety and help improve sleep. I guide using the method I learned from Ally Boothroyd's Transformational Sleep Yoga Nidra training.
I invite you to practice with headphones and lying on your back (but please modify if this isn't comfortable for you). I also suggest practicing in a quiet space where you won't be disturbed and carving out this time just for you.
You might imagine creating a little cocoon for yourself, where you can be warm, cosy and at ease.
Please also use any props you might need to be completely comfortable, including:
- a pillow underneath your head or knees
- an eye pillow or mask to cover your eyes
- a soft blanket to cover yourself
- warm, cosy socks
This yoga nidra can also be used as a morning meditation and for stress relief.
Yoga Nidra to Connect to Your True Essence
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Duration: 15 minutes
File format: mp3
File size: 21.6 MB
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