This Yoga Nidra invites you to honour the Celtic festival of Bealtaine, the midpoint between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice, a time to celebrate love and the growth taking place all around us.
Delivered to a small group including a Nidra newbie and a pregnant mother this Nidra draws on almost countless inspirations. The name of the Nidra refers to the multi-sensory evocational portion which is presented as a story about a girl named Sally. The settling has language borrowed from Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, the sensing and evocation draws inspiration from Swami Janakananda, the story is a NLP hypnotic metaphor, and Non-Dual Tantrik philosophy and cosmology informs and inspires the whole practice.
Een Nidra met een boeddhistische inslag, start met Liefdevolle vriendlijkheid, Blauwe ruimte vredes adem, en groene zuiverende adem. De adem verwerkt in de visualisatie.
A more buddhist like Nidra starting with unconditional love flowing from the heart, and during the visualization the breath of peace on a top of the mountain overlooking a clear blue sky, than further on while be in a really fresh green spring wood the purification Breath.
This 32 minute Nidra practice explores stillness and silence and is inspired by my time as a middle school substitute teacher. It was recorded by Yogi Jeffrey Balinsky at the HPRC Connection on 01/24/2019.
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.