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Yoga Nidra

For Those Seeking Incredible Calmness, Quietness and Clarity
Narrated by: Virginia Harton
Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
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Yoga nidra is an ancient but little-known yogic practice that's becoming increasingly popular as both a form of meditation and a mind-body therapy. It is a systematic form of guided relaxation. When practiced successfully, this technique is as restorative as sleep - except you remain fully aware throughout.

As a meditation technique, yoga nidra offers a gentle approach, starting with body awareness then working compassionately with thoughts and emotions as they arise and gradually leading the meditator to access a greater field of awareness. Practitioners say that it often brings immediate physical benefits, such as reduced stress and better sleep, and that it has the potential to heal psychological wounds. As a meditation practice, it can engender a profound sense of joy and well-being.

In this audiobook, Virginia Harton will take you gently through a number of yoga nidra guided relaxation sessions, including yoga nidra for total stress relief, for total body relaxation, to release anger, for emotional healing and inner balance, for confidence and self-esteem, for self-empowerment, to release anxiety, and for total relaxation and chakra balancing. If you are seeking incredible calmness, quietness, and clarity, it is here.

Track 1 - introduction.
Track 2 - what is yoga nidra?
Track 3 - the benefits of practicing yoga nidra.
Track 4 - yoga nidra for total stress relief.
Track 5 - yoga nidra for total body relaxation.
Track 6 - yoga nidra to release anger.
Track 7 - yoga nidra for emotional healing and inner balance.
Track 8 - yoga nidra for confidence/self-esteem.
Track 9 - yoga nidra for self-empowerment.
Track 10 Y - yoga nidra to release anxiety.
Track 11 - yoga nidra for chakra balancing.
Track 12 - summary and conclusion.

©2015 Virginia Harton (P)2015 Mindcool Productions

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  • Katrina C. Shreve
  • 02-08-19

Singing bowls do not belong in Nidra!

I love Yoga Nidra and find that in order for it to be effective for me, it highly depends on the person's tone of voice and technique. She has a lovely voice and the technique was working until she scared me half to death before it was over. For anyone struggling with anxiety, endocrine or nervous system disorders, PTSD, or heart problems, I do NOT recommend this particular exercise. All of the stress relief and relaxation up until that point was completely undone the moment she rang the bowl. The proper way to bring someone out of Yoga Nidra is very gently, bringing their awareness back with gradual steps. To abruptly shock them out of it can be very damaging or traumatic, defeating the entire purpose. This one would not make a good introduction to Yoga Nidra for a beginner.

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  • caroline
  • 19-07-17

merci

j'adore! ça m'aide a être centrée au quotidien peu importe ce que la vie m'amène. merci

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