In your silent and sacred area, make yourself comfy for Yoga Nidra.
Once in Savasana, take a few minutes to examine how the body feels, observing any sensations, stress or discomfort that could exist within the body. Need to you feel the have to make any modifications, do so again to be as comfortable as possible, launching any pain and afterwards laying as still as possible.

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Move your focus on the breath, withdrawing inwards to witness, to feel and to be wholeheartedly with this Prana that’s the really essence of our being. Mindfully recognize the body, feeling how light the limbs start to feel. Both feet, both legs, both arms, both hands feel light. The feet, the legs, the arms and the hands are totally light and loosened up. The lesser back, the middle back, the upper back feel light and loosened up. Loosen up the back of the head, soften the skin on the forehead, unwind the eyelids and relax the tongue back into the mouth. Feel how light the whole head and the entire face becomes as you soften and release. The chest, the abdominal areas, the pelvic location feels light. The chest, the abdomen and the pelvic location are totally light and relaxed. The entire body, the whole head feels light, as light as a feather that slides through the air in relaxed bliss.

Become mindfully familiar with every inhalation and each exhalation. Acknowledging that the in-breath is stimulating, re-vitalizing and healing. Being consciously observant of the out-breath which is launching and loosening up. Awaken to the appeal of the breath that deserves our attention and our respect. That Shakti which enables us to be alive and present. Paying attention and feeling the breath brings the mind to that location of peace. Connect to that unique point of stillness with the guidance of your breath.

After a couple of mins of being with the breath and the tranquility of the mind, permit the body to delicately and gradually emerge out of the leisure by moving the head a little from side to side, relocating the toes and fingers. Without straining the breath, intentionally take a deeper breath in to re-awaken the senses and the mind and naturally release the breath on the exhalation.

Ease over to the right hand side and delicately rise to a comfortable sitting posture. Permit a couple of moments of sitting gently before ending the session totally.

Yoga Nidra is now complete.

Remember to carry the feeling of lightness in mind and body as you set about your day acknowledging the power and charm that’s the breath.

“Om purnamadah purnamidham purnat purnamudacyate