This twelve and a half minute yoga nidra practice by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli is in metrical verse, with a strong hypnotic rhythm. It is one of the yoga nidra practices included in the Treasury of Transcripts in the Nidra Shakti Encyclopaedia of Yoga Nidra. A very effective short practice to revive and restore rhythmicity and vitality. Recorded in County Clare, Ireland, during lockdown 2021.
This 50 minute live afternoon session was recorded coming up to the Autumn Equinox 2020.
It is intended for deep relaxation and as such is not suitable for listening whilst driving or doing tasks. Listening with headphones at safe volume levels is best. Contraindications for sound healing are early stage pregnancy, epilepsy and pacemakers.
This is a short, 19-minute Yoga Nidra, to encourage you to relax into this moment. Nothing else matters. Nothing to do and nowhere to go. Simply allowing yourself to move deeper into stillness.
The sequence is accessible to all, especially if new to Yoga Nidra, as there is no descriptive visualization on this particular track, just the comfort of following the body scan and awareness of your life force, or prana.
It’s also useful for when there isn't time for a longer Yoga Nidra meditation, and can be used as a refreshing power nap.
This heart centred grouding nidra was recorded in Hong Kong in February 2020 as a response to the fear anxiety surrounding the corona virus outbreak. An adaptation of Louise Hay's affirmation for transforming anxiety "I am at peace with the journey of life. I am safe" is suggested. The nidra ends with sending love out to Hong Kong, China, the world and oneself. Tibetan singing bowls are played softly in the background and birds are heard singing.