Integrative Amrit Method (I AM) Yoga Nidrais a set of practical methods to maintain the unconditional polarity of life’s ups and downs. Through reactions and past conditioning, personal choice arises and separates us from omnipresent polarity which has no preferences.
In Yoga Nidra we use:
the posture of consciousness
an intention for integration
alignment at the Third Eye
These tools help us disengage from the duality of seeing life as “for or against me.” Thus, we reconnect with our prana body, operating through the purity of impersonal polarity.
The more you withdraw from mental and emotional agitations, the more relaxed and integrated you become. The more you witness the modifications of mind, the calmer becomes your mind. As you withdraw from reactive thoughts, you replace any subconscious conflict in co-creative interaction between the male sympathetic and female parasympathetic nervous system.
As your self-conscious ego-mind steps away from dominating the sympathetic nervous system, the subconscious channels of co-creative polarity are opened. Meditation based Yoga Nidra techniques open the subconscious...
The entire practice of yoga is not to identify with thoughts but to remain in witnessing, passive awareness. According to Patanjali, yoga goes beyond the modifications of the mind. Reactive thinking is active regardless of what you are doing. Reactive, mental and emotional activity arises out of unresolved impressions built into the time-bound karma body of the self-image. This means the reactive perceiv
er, the ego-mind, superimposes a distorted reality of what is present. Patanjali’s practice of yoga advises us to use prana and pranayama to reveal the reactive e...