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Hectic schedules, monthly deadlines, and crazy working hours—for many of us, life revolves around only these words. While we are busy chasing our ambitions, we tend to lose out majorly on our mental, physical, and emotional health.
The moment we finally reach home after that long day at work, all we want to do is lie down on the bed and have a good night sleep; but how many of us actually have it? Many toss right and left on the bed, already feeling anxious about the next day.
Not having a good sleep can mentally drain you and affect your productivity. In such a case, an ancient yogic technique can help you attain mental stability and re-align your lifestyle in a healthy direction and this ancient meditation technique is called Yoga Nidra.
The very first thing that would pop into anybody’s head after hearing the word Yoga Nidra is “sleeping during Yoga”, which is true to some extent but not entirely.
Are you intrigued by what we are saying?
Let’s delve into the topic a bit deeper.
It is not conscious effort but conscious relaxation
Yoga is not about conscious effort but conscious relaxation. It is all about letting yourself free from all your mental and emotional inhibitions. While doing this exercise, you don’t have to focus on anything but just relax.
Keep on taking gentle deep breaths and mentally follow all the instructions—gently. In a matter of 20-30 minutes, you will feel completely relaxed and rejuvenated.
The formula of Yoga Nidra is regenerating the body cells by complete relaxation. This process is extremely good for patients who are planning to go for a weight loss surgery or are suffering from obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
Say goodbye to mental and physical disorders
While doing Yoga Nidra, a subtle bioplasmic energy called prana starts assimilating in our body effortlessly. According to ancient Vedic knowledge, prana or the life force energy is responsible for our mental and physical well-being.
Greater the prana, better is our mental and emotional health. Undoubtedly this practice is a boon for any person who is suffering from Insomnia, depression, Bipolar, or any sort of mental or physical ailment.
So, what are you waiting for?
Lie down on the Yoga mat, follow few simple instructions and take a break from all the distress in life.
Yoga Nidra is a time-tested formula for a healthy and happy living!