Course curriculum

  • 1

    Part 1 - Introduction

  • 2

    Part 2 - Relaxation

    • 2.1 First Relaxation Exercise

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    • 2.2 Relaxation Practice 1 Explained

    • 2.3 Relaxation Practice 2

    • 2.4 The Autonomic Nervous System

    • 2.5 Relaxation in Yoga

    • 2.6 Muscular Relaxation

    • 2.7 Requirements for the deepest relaxation

    • 2.8 The postures for relaxation and yoganidra

    • 2.9 Introduction to the progressive relaxation sequences

    • 2.10 Progressive Relaxation 1 - 61 points relaxation

    • 2.11 Progressive Relaxation 2 - Progressive muscle relaxation

    • 2.12 Progressive Relaxation 3 - Contraction & Relaxation process

  • 3

    Part 3 - First Yoga Nidra Experience

    • 3.1 Preparation for the 1st YogaNidra experience

    • 3.2 First Yoga Nidra Experiece - for waking at the end

    • 3.2 1st YogaNidra Experience - for drifting off

    • 3.3 1st YogaNidra Experience Debriefing

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    Part 4 - Sleep

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    Part 5 - Indian views on YogaNidra

    • 5.1 The 3 bodies of the human being

    • 5.2 The 4 States of consiousness

    • 5.3 YogaNidra & The Chakras

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    Part 6 - The Yoga Nidra of Swami Satyananda

    • 6.1 Into & History

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    • 6.2 The 8 steps of the method

    • 6.3 First Satyananda YogaNidra Session

    • 6.4 An Anticipatory Consideration

    • 6.5 Step 1 - preparation

    • 6.6 Step 2 - Sankalpa

    • 6.7 How to formulate a sankalpa

    • 6.8 Step 3 - Revolving the awareness in the body

    • 6.9 Step 4 - Awareness of the breath

    • 6.10 Step 5 - Awareness of opposites

    • 6.11 Step 6 - Visualizations

    • 6.12 Step 8 - Externalization

    • 6.13 A Disclaimer about the Bihar School of Yoga

    • 6.14 2nd Satyananda YogaNidra script

    • 6.15 3rd Satyananda YogaNidra script

    • 6.16 4th Satyananda YogaNidra script

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    Part 7 - The Tibetan Yoga Of Dreams & Clear Light

    • 7.1 Introduction to the Tibetan Yoga of Dreams & Clear Light

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    • 7.2 Why Practice the yoga of dreams and clear light?

    • 7.3 Karmic Dreams vs Samsaric Dreams

    • 7.4 The Dreams of the Different Phases of the Night

    • 7.5 The four foundational practices

    • 7.6 Preparations for the night

    • 7.7 Vajrayogini - The protective boddhisatva

    • 7.8 The importance of the letter 'A'

    • 7.9 Notes on the practice

    • 7.10 Segmenting the night

    • 7.11 The Tibetan fourfold Dream Yoga Practice

    • 7.12 The Tibetan fourfold clear sleep yoga practice

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    Part 8 - Lucid Dreaming

    • 8.1 Intro to lucid dreaming

    • 8.2 Enhancing dream recall

    • 8.3 Dream Signs

    • 8.4 Reality Checks

    • 8.5 Maintaining Lucidity

    • 8.6 Introduction to the induction techniques

    • 8.7 The WBTB (Wake-up Back To Bed) Method

    • 8.8 The MILD (Mnemonics Induced Lucid Dream) Technique

    • 8.9 The WILD (Wake Induced Lucid Dream) Technique

    • 8.10 Dream Machines

    • 8.11 Supplements

    • 8.12 What To do in lucid dreams

    • 8.13 Dealing with negativities

    • 8.14 Dream Time vs Real Time

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    Part 9 - Astral Projection

    • 9.1 What are Out of Body Experiences?

    • 9.2 Lucid dreaming vs Astral Projection

    • 9.3 Astral projection techniques overview

    • 9.4 Astral projection induction techniques part 1

    • 9.5 Astral projection induction techniques Part 2

    • 9.6 The fear of leaving the body & how to overcome it

    • 9.7 The Silver Cord

    • 9.8 Astral Realm etiquette 101

    • 9.9 Returning to the body

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    Part 10 - Hatha Yoga Practices To Support YogaNidra

    • 10.1 Asanas to promote yoganidra

    • 10.2 Pranayamas to promote yoganidra

    • 10.3 The 9 Purification breaths

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    Part 11 - Epilog

    • Congratulations on completing the course - what is next?

    • Appendix A - Movie Recommendations

    • Appendix B - Book Recommendations

    • Appendix C - Continued Education