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Yoga Nidra, also known as yogic sleep, is a powerful meditation technique and the easiest one to practice, because the practitioner is resting comfortably in shavasana. This meditation technique takes you through five layers of self and can help unite the body, soul and mind and facilitate deep healing. Here are some of the other benefits of practising yoga nidra:
Yoga Nidra is known to heal trauma. Survivors of abuse, people who’ve experienced tragedies in life, and soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder can really benefit from practising yoga nidra. It reduces stress, hyper-alertness, anxiety, and sleep disturbance and helps an individual overcome the pain and anguish they’re experiencing.
Yoga Nidra promotes rest and deep relaxation in a way that average meditation can’t. When doing yoga nidra, the practitioner has to scan and focus on different parts of the body and develop awareness about his breathing pattern. This helps calm the nervous system, and can reduce stress and promote better health.
Yoga Nidra is a powerful practice that can create a state of awareness and bring your relief from chronic pain. Practising it every day allows you to remain focused on the pain long enough to cease suffering and pain and imbibe a sense of peace throughout the body.
Yoga nidra promotes deep restoration of your mind and body, by conserving energy and relaxing the entire body. It also improves sleep by finding a meditative state of consciousness.
If you need help learning yoga nidra, please get in touch with a doctor or a yogacharya at Jiva. He will walk you through its principles and help you practice it. Once you include these principles in your life, you’ll be able to enjoy the many benefits of yoga nidra and use it effectively to beat stress and emotional trauma.
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