Rejuvenation by Yoganidra
Yoganidra, which is derived from the Tantras, is a powerful and systematic technique of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. The term Yoganidra is derived from two Sanskrit words, Yogameaning union or one-pointed awareness, and Nidra which means sleep. During practice of yoganidra, one appears to be asleep, but the consciousness is functioning at a deeper level of awareness. For this reason, yoganidra is often referred to as psychic sleep or deep relaxation with inner awareness. In this threshold state between sleep and wakefulness, contact with the subconsciousness and unconsciousness dimensions occurs spontaneously.
Ayurvedic Detox Challenge
Ready to rid yourself of winter heaviness and embrace the lightness of spring.
Spring is the best season for detoxification. Due to sluggish digestion in the winter, half-digested un-metabolised food product circulate in the body as toxins. This toxin known as ”Ama" in Ayurveda disturbs the natural biochemistry and functioning of normal organs of the body.
Elevation by Guided Meditation
One hears the word "Meditation" so frequently now that its meaning has become blurred. It's aim is not merely to calm your emotions, clear your mind, or relieve stress, although it will do it all that. And although true meditation will take you beyond thought, blanking out is not the way to get there.
Truly speaking, meditation is not even something one does; its a state of consciousness - a profoundly serene, blissful state in which you're beyond thought and beyond perceiving yourself as separate from the rest of creation. There's a sound sense of being complete in yourself- and knowing for sure that "your self" is much more than you had ever imagined. You're experiencing, at long last, something of your own divine essence.