The sleep of yogis is called Yoga Nidra. The yogi does not sleep – only his body sleeps. Jivatma (the Self of the yogi) is constantly awake. In the practice of Yoga Nidra, the yogi relaxes his body parts one by one and thereby induces a process of relaxation. Physical, mental, and emotional stress is removed by the practice of Yoga Nidra. The body parts become active and strong. Several disorders of the body, mind, and brain, such as stress, diabetes, high blood pressure, angina, heart disease, and general weakness may be cured by this practice. By practicing Yoga Nidra, control on the mind becomes possible. By controlling the mind, the yogi overcomes lust, anger, pride, greed and attachment. He leaves indolence and becomes active. The energy to do work is maintained and fatigue is removed. Yoga Nidra provides the easiest way to reach the inner recesses of the heart. The person attains purity, stability and peace by this practice. It also endows energy and peace to the mind, the brain, and the nervous system.
Yoga Nidra is an important process of Yoga. Its practice leads the person not only to the innermost recesses of his heart, but empowers him to achieve the state of restful alertness in which his entire being gets filled with a wonderful freshness and bliss.
Courses on Yoga Nidra:
Course on classical Yoga Nidra for gaining deep state of restfull alertness and removing stress, tyrednes and strain. Helps rebilding healthy structure and function of organism.
Course on Yoga Nidra – meta bhavana which specialy removes egoism and strengthens the positive feeling of altruism.
Course on Yoga Nidra – kaya kalpa for rejuvenation and prolonging life span.
Each course can be tought during weekend or one week seminar.