Yoga Nidra: Deep conscious sleep

   Yoga Nidra is the state of conscious sleep done at the end of Yoga Practice. At the state of Yoga Nidra Yogi appears in the state of sleep but his consciousness is working at the deeper level of awareness. In Yoga Nidra, you leave the waking state and go into the dreaming state. But in the deep sleep you remain fully awake. This seems paradoxical. But it is not. Normally when we sleep we lose control on our-self, so we cannot use our mind in creative thinking. Yoga Nidra is only one
 alternative to remain conscious in this state, consciousness at this state bring creative thinking, strengthening of willpower, great inspiration to proceed ahead and boosting of vitality of life.
   Yoga Nidra is a systematic method of inducing physical, mental and emotional relaxation; giving direction to your desire and searching perfection of Karma(work) to achieve enlightenment. Yoga Nidra teaches you to control your dream. 
"He who controls his dreams, control his life'- a great quotation fits here. This Yoga
is a key for awakening Kundalini power which is coiled like a snake at the base of our spinal cord.
  Principle of Yoga Nidra practice:
1. Relaxation and internalization, initial preparation of our body.
2. Already decided affirmative Goal is declared silently.(Sankalpa)
3. Whirling of consciousness and consideration of all aspects.
4. Stage of awareness of respiration at specific regions of our body.
5. Consideration of opposite and comparison.
6. Mental mapping and creative visualization.
7. Affirmative declaration is again repeated, but this time even more strongly. This helps in the permanent Registration of issue into your sub-conscious mind.
8. Return to the normal state.(Externalization)

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