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Sleep Meditation Through Yoga Nidra

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What is Yoga Nidra Sleeping Meditation?
Well, experts always believe in to practice both yoga and meditation in 30 minutes of Yoga Nidra, which equals two hours of deep sleep. However, then also studies are required to have proper knowledge of it. It is a relation with brain wave changes that you undergo during the practice. If you are a new one to meditate, then Yoga Nidra is right for you. It deeply relaxes your mind and remains inwardly alert. It means reaching the border between waking and sleeping states. To begin with it, you need to lie down on the floor. Then move according to the guided meditation and follow the audio. It starts with sensing of body and then breathing in specific ways to give a relaxation response inner yourself. It is a secret response to the Yoga Nidra as it will balance the sympathetic nervous system. It brings beneficial brain wave states.

Benefits of Sleeping Meditation : Better sleep leads to lowering stress and improving the immune system. However, if you want to achieve a night of restful sleep, it could be difficult for you to battle against stress and anxiety. It is hard to quiet your mind, and many issues arise with thinking processes at night. Moreover, here for your guided sleep can help you the most.

  • Reduces Stress
  • Live to present moment
  • Makes your Nervous System works
  • Relaxes Body
  • Steps to undertake Sleeping Meditation
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