Everything we say after the word “I” is a misperception of who I really am. When you say “I am sad” you have identified with what you say you are. What you say about yourself will manifest in your biology and chemical changes then happen in the body. The sadness you identified with begins to materialize and manifest into reality in your body. Any toxic thoughts and emotions you identify with manifest in your body as psychosomatic, energetic blocks.
What you say after the word “I” is an identification with the interpretation of who I AM and begins to create who I am...
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.