“I didn’t know or understand what was happening or why — I was just doing downward dog and shoulder stand and feeling… better.” ~Andrea, on yoga practice
What if you had a direct line to uncovering your life’s purpose?
So, let me give this one a try!
Whereas the Paper Planner I featured in the previous episode is about as down-to-earth practical as one can get, today’s tool, a technique called Yoga Nidra, is about as far on the other end of the spectrum as possible.
And while it may sound a little woo-woo to some, I’m going to strongly encourage you to keep an open mind and maybe even try it out for yourself as it can be an incredibly useful and in some ways easy method to gain direct access to your own inner well of deep creativity, and at the very least, an excellent way to truly relax and let go of stress… who couldn’t use some of that?
“‘Creativity is directly proportionate to the ability to produce imagery in great abundance in the brain. This resource of imagery allows us to access the deeper layers of the mind which often contain solutions to problems we think we have to look outward to find.” ~Andrea Klunder
How to get some Yoga nidra in your life
- February – April 2016 – Come take my class in Chicago! Saturdays at 5pm, Moksha Yoga, West Bucktown
- Follow me on Periscope! I’ll be sharing some yoga nidra practices on live streaming video this winter/spring.
- Download the original yoga nidra visualization I fell in love with for FREE, right now!
- Meniyka Kiravell, artist, musician, healer, podcaster… you’ll be hearing a future episode of The Creative Impostor with this luminous lady!
- The Lively Show, interview with Pat Flynn on Proactively Parenting with an Entrepreneurial Mindset
- Peace & Play Yoga (my kids’ yoga classes in Chicago!)
A creative impostor challenge for you!
Ready to experiment with tapping into your own deepest creative resource?
I’d love to hear from YOU!
Download & listen to a yoga nidra practice — once or many times, mine or someone else’s and let me know what you observe.
Send me a voicemail and tell me what your experience was like during the practice, immediately after or in the week following.
Just click the tab on the right of the screen. A little window will pop up and once you hit record, you can leave me a 90 second message that I can include on a future episode of the creative impostor. Include your name, business and website if you have one or you can just say you’d like it to be an anonymous story.
And if voicemail isn’t really your thing, you can also email me by clicking the contact page.
Our first Creative Space Travel Retreat to New Orleans is in the works! Get the inside scoop…
My How to Start e-course is designed to help you take those first few bold steps on your creative path no matter what! Truly, I’ve taken all the wisdom from my podcast guests, past teachers and a whole lot of experience with failure AND success. Coming soon…
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