What are the 5 stages of Yoga Nidra?
- Stage 1 | Settling or Initial Relaxation:
- Stage 2 |Intention, Sankalpa:
- Stage 3 |Body Rotation or Rotation of Consciousness:
- Stage 4 |Breath and Energy Awareness:
- Stage 5 |Sense Perception:
- Stage 6 |Visualization:
- Stage 7 |Sankalpa:
- Stage 8 |Externalization:
What does Yoga Nidra feel like?
The benefits of Yoga Nidra
In alpha state Serotonin is released, which helps you to reach a transformational experience of inner calm. From this place fluctuations in the mind start to decrease and you begin to feel more at ease. The body moves into stillness and a deep feeling of tranquillity and relaxation occurs.Sha. 29, 1441 AH
How does Yoga Nidra affect the brain?
Yoga Nidra relaxes the practitioner more than other relaxation techniques. Neuropsychology has revealed that yogic sleep has a positive effect on our brain, body and the entire physiology and psychology. It calms the thoughts and improves concentration. It also improves memory and learning ability.Jum. II 10, 1442 AH
What are the contraindications of Yoga Nidra?
|Yoga Nidra||Yoga Nidra is a guided relaxation technique|
|Primary benefits||Helps with Insomnia, Emotional trauma, Getting over addiction, Depression, and Anxiety|
|Contraindications||Severe depression, severe trauma and severe mental health conditions|