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Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a practice known as Yoga Sleep.

Even though the word sleep is mentioned, it is a technique that allows brain waves to vibrate in a unique frequency range, puts consciousness in a deep oscillation between sleep and wakefulness, is extraordinarily relaxing, invigorating, relieves stress and has miraculous, life-transforming effects in the long term.

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Yoga Nidra is performed by lying comfortably in the Shavasana pose. It is a practice in which deep sleep meets conscious awareness with the guidance of the guidance counselor. 

This special state of consciousness is incredibly transformative and provides access to body-mind rejuvenating qualities.

Yoga Nidra provides access to the state of Pratyahara, an advanced Yogic state. Pratyahara is the practice of letting go of all sense organs. In Yoga Nidra, the focus is on abandoning all senses except listening.

In experiments, it has been noted that the brain transitions from daily beta waves to meditative alpha, deep suggestive theta and eventually delta, which is a very deep sleep state. This is a tremendous situation. Because this is a range that the most competent yogis and effective healers can access with alertness awareness.

In the hundreds of Yoga Nidra sessions I have guided so far, I have observed that every participant, whether interested or not, has gained benefits. 

As a dedicated Yoga Nidra practitioner for about 7 years, I share the transformations it has brought to my personal life on my blog. I am grateful for every moment I have had the chance to present and promote this field that I have had great pleasure exploring. 

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