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 session is the core practice for week 3 of the Yoga Nidra Journey.
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.
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.