Audio version of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

YOGA NIDRA

To Listen to the Yoga Nidra for Relaxation, press the play button below
This experience takes about 15 minutes. If you would like a copy , please email me at dwh150@psu.edu and I will send one by return mail.
It is about 6.7Mb in size. You could then download it to your MP3 or Ipod



Here is an explanation of Yoga Nidra.
Explore three levels of conciousness over a short period of time.
At the beginning you will be asked to state a resolve ( something you want to accomplish)
During the yoga Nidra you will experience a state of alertness, a state of dreamfull ness, and a sleeping state
it is in this state that the seed of your resolve is planted
This deep state is where the power to make change is abundant and the seed of change is planted here in Yoga Nidra.
Lay back, relax and allow yourself the power to change.

Here is another Yoga Nidra by Marissa Allen, it is 28 minutes long




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The Organic Sutras,
Recorded in English by Taylor Rees.
Four Centre County Locations were chosen for the recordings.
The Four chapters (Padas) of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Pata˝jali fills each sutra with his experiential intelligence, stretching it like a thread (sutra), and weaving it into a garland of pearls of wisdom to flavour and savour by those who love and live in yoga...



To Listen to Chapter 1 press the play button above
about 9 minutes
Samadhi Pada - Samadhi refers to a blissful state where the yogi is absorbed into the One. The author describes yoga and then the nature and the means to attaining samadhi.



To Listen to Chapter 2 press the play button above
about 9 minutes
Sadhana Pada - Sadhana is the Sanskrit word for "practice" or "discipline". Here the author outlines two forms of Yoga: Kriya Yoga (Action Yoga) and Ashtanga Yoga (Eightfold or Eightlimbed Yoga).



To Listen to Chapter 3 press the play button above
about 11 minutes
Vibhuti Pada - Vibhuti is the Sanskrit word for "power" or "manifestation". 'Supra-normal powers' (Sanskrit: siddhi) are acquired by the practice of yoga



To Listen to Chapter 4 press the play button above
about 7 minutes
Kaivalya Pada - Kaivalya literally means "isolation", but as used in the Sutras stands for emancipation, liberation and used interchangeably with moksha (liberation), which is the goal of Yoga.