Nidra recorded in a women's circle at spring equinox, spring flowers opening on the body in Satyananda based rotation starting on left side, deep trance with hypnotic counting of breath and resting in the moment before the in breath. Opening and ending with drumming.
This total yoga nidra uses Tara's scissors to cut you free of any unwanted addictions or attachments, guided by the wisdom of the heart. The recording was made in the urban wilderness of a London park, and it has the sound of the wind to support the energy of change and transformation.
Recorded just as the virus was becoming a thing and, little did we know it, one of the last times we could still all lie down together. It was early March and I was bringing all the joy of germination from my sowing bench at Viveka Gardens Retreat Place in Devon.
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.
An invitation to consider the intense vitality and transformation hidden away in moments of apparent stillness - the body at rest, a tree in winter, the pause at the end of the exhale, the darkness just before the dawn.