Kamini Desai | Experiencing Self: A Yoga Nidra Turiya Meditation

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Experiencing Self: A Yoga Nidra Turiya Meditation

by Kamini Desai

This yoga nidra is specially designed to recognize the state of Turiya; the aware space in which all sensations, thoughts and experiences arise. The more you rest in Turiya, the greater peace and calm in life. This is where spontaneous healing can occur.
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1. Experiencing Self: A Yoga Nidra Turiya Meditation
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Recommended for those experienced with meditation, yoga, or yoga nidra.

This Yoga Nidra Includes:
Chanted opening intention
Guided Gentle Preparatory Stretches
Brahmari Breath (Bumblebee Breath)
So-hum spinal breath
Space of Awareness Body Rotation
41 minutes Long.

How to Practice:
Lying down in bed (flat), height under the knees
On a yoga mat, with height under the knees
Can also be practiced side-lying or seated if necessary
During yoga nidra, your body temperature will drop, so you may want to cover yourself with a blanket.
Try to remain as motionless as possible. If you need to move, do so mindfully and return to stillness as soon as you are able. This will ensure the deepest possible yoga nidra experience. If you have chonic pain give yourself permission to move as much as you need to.

When to Practice:
In the morning when you first wake up to set the tone for the day.
In the evening just before you go to sleep to let go of the day.
In the afternoon when you get tired. Yoga Nidra balances the blood sugar.

How Does Yoga Nidra Work?
Every night before you fall asleep, you must be able to do one thing; let go of your thoughts. Ancient yogis recognized they could harness the biological process of sleep for evolutionary purposes. Since the mind let's go of thoughts every night, why not go to that same space consciously? Yoga Nidra allows us to enter meditative states (disengagement from mind) using a process the body already knows - sleep. That is why it is so easy to practice for just about anyone.

Unlock Your Healing Potential
Yoga Nidra unlocks the hidden healing potential of your body. The Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra fortifies the energy body and can easily:
Release energy blocks and unconscious emotional stressors
Rebalance excess stress experienced by 98% of western populations
Access the unseen causes of physical disease, mental anxiety and emotional depression
Erode unhelpful habits and addictions
Revitalize the body and slow the ageing process
Boost the immune system
Improve digestive issues, skin problems, fertility
Balance hormones
Improve sleep

Kamini Desai, Ph.D
is the Education Director of the Amrit Yoga Institute and teaches throughout the U.S. and Europe. Author of the acclaimed book Life Lessons, Love Lessons, Kamini has created a unique body of teachings combining the ancient wisdom yoga with modern psychology. Considered an expert in the science of Yoga Nidra meditation, relaxation and artful living, some of her best known corporate clients have included Sony, Mars Candy Company, and the Internal Revenue Service of the Netherlands. Her Yoga Nidra CDs have been used in mental and correctional facilities. She regularly lectures at various colleges throughout the U.S. and has been featured in Dutch Cosmopolitan, Fit and Healthy Magazine, and has published articles in various magazines in the United States and Europe. Kamini sits on the editorial board of the Light on Ayurveda Journal, associated with the Center for Indic Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. In 2012 she was awarded the title Yogeshwari (a woman of yogic mastery) for her keen ability to bring ancient illumination to the genuine challenges of the human experience.



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