Yoga Nidra

Hello Everyone!

I have finally created a Yoga Nidra! I personally use the Yoga Nidra technique when I’m exhausted, when I can’t fall asleep, and when I just want to relax when I feel restless. It works like a charm, every time!

Yoga Nidra is a type of meditation that allows a sort of “waking sleep” to take place. It is useful to practice if you have a hard time falling asleep, or if you are trying to reprogram and change yourself into different ways of being.

The music is attuned to 432hz, which is known to connect the right and left hemispheres of the brain, leading you to connection and receiving intuition into some aspect of your life.

I hope you enjoy trying out this meditation!

How to set Intention

The best way I know how to set intentions:

  • Ponder on what you’d like to experience
  • Find the feeling you’re trying to feel through having that experience.
  • Generate that feeling within you; you are already complete
  • Make this your intention.
  • And forget about it.

Don’t stress over it coming true. Bein mad, or sad if it doesn’t happen right away does not help the intention to come into light. Those emotions only produce more of themselves.

Whatever you’re after probably isn’t involving stress, anger, or sadness.

So do we initiate those feelings when setting intentions?

A part of intention setting is setting our emotions where we’d like them to be.

Once the intention is set, it’s already in motion.

You can’t control the outcome, no matter how much you think about it. Control isn’t freedom. Live in the world of possibility, of knowing yourself.

Relax into being. Rest into flow. This is the space where intentions are alive.

We’ll Meet Again, Dreamer

Maybe we can’t always be with the ones we love. Maybe they are out of reach, or away often. Maybe you are apart from someone for a time.

You can always connect to your love through your heart, through your dreams.

Here is a music meditation to connect you to your inner dreamer.