I recorded this Yoga Nidra with my regular Yoga Nidra and Meditation group by the sea. It was our first meeting of the new year and this practice focuses on setting intentions for 2020. In it we imagine planting seeds in the fertile landscape of our bodies. As well as our main intention (Sankalpa) we can imagine the other seeds as things that might support us in making any positive changes in our life.
For children this 5 minute Yoga Nidra invites the morning sky to softly welcome you into a new day of light and freshness. Using a Kalimba instrument welcoming sound into the transition from sleep to waking.
Yoga Nidra de 5 minutos para niños en el cual invita el cielo matutino dando la bienvenida a un nuevo día de luz y frescura. Es en inglés y fácil de entender para niños aunque el inglés no sea su lengua materna.
Shared this nidra during the beginning of 2020 with the intention of guiding participants to come back to themselves and set intentions for the New Year. The nidra ends with a poem by Lau Tze from about 5 BC.
This nidra was recorded live at a New Year workshop with the intention of connecting to our heartfelt desire and intention, Sankalpa. Kate guides you on a nourishing journey back to your quality of being that is already whole and complete.
This is an exploration of our presence in space and the vastness of the universe.
We start with an exercise in perspective, becoming aware of our body, city, country, continent, earth, cosmos....before settling into a rotation, pairs of opposites and a visualisation where we review our year gone by and consider the year to come.
A practice of gratitude for all that we are, all that we have achieved and overcome and all that we have the power to do, whilst staying connected to the awareness of our presence in space.
This is a standout Nidra recording for several reasons. I chose to highlight 3 major tools of Nidra making it very accessible while also asking the deeper questions Nidra can illuminate. It very much shows synthesis and development in my presentation of the Nidra practice. This is Total Yoga Nidra to the core and draws from all of my usual inspirations: Neuro Linguistic Programming, Non-dual Shiva Tantra, Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, Richard Miller, Contact Improvisation, and Mother Earth Herself.
Part of a collection of field recordings from yoga camps in the summer of 2019. New themes, new stories and a lingering taste of summer. More here:https://www.wildyoga.co.uk/online/yoga-nidra/
This one's my favourite of the bunch. 15 minutes