Yoga Nidra is a very cool practice that progressively visits the 5 Koshas – or, layers of the Self – beginning with the body, then energy and breath, followed by thoughts and emotions, into our wisdom, all the way to joyfulness.
As I said in yesterday’s post on the same topic, the practice of journeying in this way has been celebrated throughout history. All types of people – be they magic or muggle – in all sorts of cultures have required and still do require a journey at some stage of personal development.
Yoga Nidra is a path to divination, astral projection and travel, dream walking, manifesting, transcending, transforming, and healing.
Anyone can – and should – practice Yoga Nidra! Scripts and recordings can be followed for general help getting started, and are particularly useful for following an intentional-specific vision-journey, like the one I wrote and taught yesterday.
Additionally, we can learn the skills to cultivate our own un-guided (or, shall I say, “IN”-guided) Yoga Nidra practice.
A general outline of ten steps for Yoga Nidra is as follows:
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