Stress Relief with Yoga Nidra


You are more powerful than you can imagine, with much more control over how your life plays out than perhaps you realize.

Ancient wisdom teaches us that if we were to understand our True Self, we would see that we are no different than the thing we are searching for (Gayatri Mantra). These teachings may be easy to understand but may take a lifetime to realize.

Stress is one of the ways we identify with something other than our True Self. Sourcing Your True Power means, in part, to experience your True Self–boundless equanimity and pure Awareness– and understand the transient nature of things like stress.

Experiencing your True Self is to experience the part of you that is larger than stress, to see things like stress with a broad perspective while resting in the ground of your deepest Being. This ability to experience your True Self decimates the power that stress has over you and puts you in control of your life.

I know of no better method of managing stress than by practicing Yoga NidraYoga Nidra is an ancient practice, like yoga, but is performed like a guided meditation, usually lying down with eyes closed, relaxed, but in a deep concentration. It's often referred to as waking sleep. Yoga Nidra is the process of becoming aware of the changeable parts of our being (body, thoughts, emotions, etc.) as the vehicle to uncover our underlying Awareness. Yoga Nidra is the practice of identifying as Awareness itself.

You'll find that as you regularly practice connecting with your True Self through practices like Yoga Nidra, stress won't come as often and when it does, it won't feel as intense because you're identified as Awareness which is experiencing itself through the momentary feeling of stress instead of identifying as stress itself.

The Practice of Yoga Nidra is a a method of understanding your True Self which is profoundly effective, incredibly simple, and yet deeply relaxing. By practicing Yoga Nidra, you learn to Source Your True Power by experiencing the part of you that is larger than things like stress. With this knowledge, you no longer identify with things like stress. You may feel stress once in a while but by practicing Yoga Nidra, you'll feel stress less often and less intensely.

While Yoga Nidra is simple and relaxing to experience, understanding its method and teaching is very complicated. I've spent the most part of a decade mastering the teaching of Yoga Nidra by practice, study, and teaching. I've also had the privilege of studying with some of the worlds finest teachers in Yoga Nidra.

I'm passionate about Yoga Nidra because for me it has been the single most influential practice to help me understand my Self, the Universe, and my place in the Universe. One of my missions on this earth is to share Yoga Nidra with YOU so that you too can experience its transformative power and life and extraordinary life.

I've had the privilege to teach Yoga Nidra to hundreds of people and have received dozens of stirring testimonials about the profound benefits my students have received through Yoga Nidra.

Please take a look at this Stress Free learning module designed to manage stress through the relaxing power of Yoga Nidra. With the tools you'll learn in this module, you'll know how to immediately respond to feelings of stress so they don't spiral out of control. That's Sourcing Your True Power!

May you use this ancient tool found in this free learning module to quickly and effectively Source Your True Power by realizing your True Self and by eliminating stress in your life and through its practice may you discover that you can accomplish anything you desire, that you truly are the divine Universe itself.

Click here if you are interested in tapping your untold potential with the help of my online Yoga Nidra course: Sourcing Your True Power.

Yoga Nidra: Sourcing Your True Power

Yoga Nidra: Sourcing Your True Power

Scott Moore is a senior teacher of yoga and mindfulness in Salt Lake City, Utah and when he's not teaching or conducting retreats, he writes for Conscious Life News, Elephant Journal, Mantra Magazine, and his own blog at Scott also loves to trail run, play the saxophone, and travel with his wife and son.

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