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- Yoga Nidra for Sleep: Powerful Guided Meditation To Fall Asleep Fast
- Yoga Nidra for Insomnia
- Yoga Nidra: Relaxation Techniques for Deep Sleep
- Fall Asleep While Floating Down A River On A Blue Lotus
- 3-Hour Yoga Nidra Sleep Meditation
- Fall Asleep On A Tropical Beach
- The Cosmic Recharge
- Release All Stress And Nervous tension
- Your Own Private Sanctuary
- Entering The Heart Space
- Riverboat Journey Through The Forest
- Journey Through The Chakras
- Become A Tree Of The Forest
The Benefits of Yoga Nidra for Sleep:
Yoga nidra is truly a godsend for insomniacs, no other method provides relief from sleeping disorders so reliably, consistently and without any side effects or chemical dependencies.
One of the most difficult challenges for yoga nidra as a meditation technique is to stay awake beyond the states of total physical and mental relaxation. Sleep is the threshold that separates the conscious states from the supra conscious states experienced during meditation.
Since sleep is the largest barrier for meditators in general, consider how much more so that is when you are lying down on your back in shavasana! Fact is just trying to do yoga nidra will help most people fall asleep if they do it late at night in their bed. However, there are a few techniques that are most useful for inducing sleep. These techniques for sleep include the body scan technique, the points of contact between the body and the bed, listening to sounds, and mental alternate nostril breathing.
Listening to sounds as if they have never been heard before interrupts the thought patterns and causes the oscillating mind to become single pointed. Now that the mind is still you can lead your listeners into deeper states of relaxation by doing two rounds of body scan, with points of contact between each round, and finally mental alternate nostril breathing. This should be enough to put most of your audience to sleep.
Alternate nostril breathing, anuloma viloma, is a useful technique for insomniacs as it balances the brain hemispheres naturally bringing about a state of mental equanimity.