This yoga nidra guides you through a practice on observing your thoughts as they arise and dissolve in your minds. The practice is accompanied by the sounds of Tibetan singing bowls. This is week 4 of the Yoga Nidra Journey.
This 25 minute wild yoga nidra was recorded in my garden, just as the birds started singing on a crisp and clear spring morning. You are invited to travel awareness on a journey around the body, placing a plant or seed at each marma point, then honoring the soil and nutritious compost of the past below and unique blossoming flowers above, an expression of ourselves now, before returning to rest in the ground of our being, held by Mother Earth.
This nidra is offered as a gift to everyone, very especially the members of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, in gratitude for the good work of raising awareness of Yoga (Nidra) Therapy as a powerful healing modality. It is the second track on Uma’s Wild Nidra album : to purchase the other for tracks please visit our shop.
This 22 minute practice is a naturally arising experience of 'wild nidra' that occurred at Hawkwood College, in the beautiful Stroud Valleys in the South Cotswolds. It's a sunny February morning, on the last day of a Womb Wisdom retreat led by myself and Alexandra Pope. There are twenty-four women in the room, and a number of birds singing outside.