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Feeling Disconnected from Your Authentic True-Self?

You may want to try out Yoga Nidra!

Have you been lacking energy and motivation to get on with your day?

Have you been lacking focus and clarity in your life?

Have you been feeling dissatisfied with your career, relationships or life?

Have you been saying yes to things just because you think you should or just out of obligation?

Have you been feeling stressed out, frustrated, angry, bitter, burnt out, depressed?

Or have you been experiencing tension, aches or pains in your body that don’t seem to go away.

If you’re experiencing any of the above, the chances are that you are not expressing and living your authentic True-Self.

I’m sure most of us feel some of these things on a regular basis (myself included). I feel these emotions and experience tension, aches and pains in my body when I’m not living in alignment with my authentic True-Self. When feeling particularly out of balance I practice Yoga Nidra to bring myself back into alignment.

This Yoga Nidra recording is specifically designed to help you rediscover your authentic True-Self so that you can reconnect with your True-Self, and start leading a fulfilling, meaningful, and joyful life!

What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga Nidra means ‘conscious sleep’ which is a state of deep dreamless sleep with complete awareness.

Yoga Nidra practice can help you reconnect with your true nature providing, peace and self-awareness. This increased self-awareness can help you remain calm and detached from a busy, often stressful and chaotic life, and provides a pathway to rediscover your authentic True-Self.

In Yoga philosophy, there are 5 layers to who you are, which are called ‘Kosha’ in Sanskrit. You can read my blog post if you are interested in learning more about the 5 Koshas.

‘Kosha’ means ‘sheath’ or ‘veil’. The Koshas are the five layers of awareness and you can visualise like the layers of an onion in the subtle body where the centre is an essence of who you are – the ‘Soul’, or ‘True-Self’ and it’s covered by all the other layers that make up the body-mind complex.

The Five Koshas are (starting from the most outer layer):

  • Physical Body (Annamaya Kosha)
  • Energetic Body (Pranamaya Kosha)
  • Mental Body (Manomaya Kosha)
  • Wisdom Body (Vijnanamaya Kosha)
  • Bliss Body (Anandamaya Kosha)

When you have alignment in all 5 Koshas, you are most balanced, physically, mentally and spiritually.

Yoga Nidra is an effective practice to connect to the Koshas and discover each Kosha one at a time as you go through the different stages of Yoga Nidra.

At the end of your Yoga Nidra practice, you will hopefully experience unity with oneself, and have a sense of clarity that brings you closer to your True-Self.

However, if you don’t feel anything after your first (or first few) Yoga Nidra practice, please do not worry! As you practice Yoga Nidra more regularly, you will start to experience the shift. How you experience this will vary depending on where you are in your life.

How to Practice Yoga Nidra:

Traditionally, Yoga Nidra is practiced lying down in Savasana or the Corpse Pose. But if you do need to practice in a seated position or lie on your side if you are pregnant, please do so.

The most important thing is that you are comfortable in any position you choose.

Ready to rediscover your authentic True-Self?