In Yoga Nidra we relax our body and mind deeply. The inwardly directed clarity allows stress and belief patterns to be released. We experience our inherent source, and a feeling of being balanced, centred and calm.
There can be many reasons why we can’t fall asleep. By connecting with the body, we can let go of thinking. This deeply relaxing practice of yoga Nidra naturally encourages sleep. The podcast gently guides you to your source and into sleep.
This meditation shows how our unlimited awareness is embodied as space. This incorporates a feeling of intimacy, and of being in contact with who we really are. Our world-view depends on whether we experience our body as separate or as an intact part of everything.
In dieser Meditation können wir unsere wahre, unbegrenzte Natur, den Körper und die Welt neu erleben. Wir entwickeln ein Gefühl für das, was wir wirklich sind, sowie ein Gefühl der Vollständigkeit. Unsere Weltsicht hängt davon ab, ob wir uns entscheiden den Körper von allem getrennt oder mit allem verbunden zu erleben.
Looking at objects with a narrow or an open focus encourages you to consciously move from a doing mode to feeling open, silent and available. When we look at objects with central vision we concentrate, name and judge. This makes us feel tight and separate. Looking at the same object as part of the background allows a feeling of openness and connection to arise. The same applies to listening with a narrow or a diffused focus. This meditation encourages you to consciously move from a doing mode to being open, silent and available without effort.
First we relax body and mind with the breath. This is followed by the visualisation of light. The light flows over and through the body helping to let go of worries and fears. The deep relaxation lowers stress and anxiety creating a basis for self-confidence.