Soma Nidra – Learn How to Get a Deeply Restful Sleep

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Sleep is that natural state when we let go of waking consciousness in order to allow the physiology to replenish in rest from a full day’s activity. Modern science confirms that the human brain is rested only during two states – a) sleep and, b) meditation.

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Sleep is that natural state when we let go of waking consciousness in order to allow the physiology to replenish in rest from a full day’s activity. Modern science confirms that the human brain is rested only during two states – a) sleep and, b) meditation.

During the day, we tend to be highly active, and for that the brain requires high amounts of energy in order to process all our activities.  Scientific findings conclude that the brain needs about 120g of glucose every day (approximately 25% of the energy requirement of a normal resting adult).

In addition to energy supplied through diet, the brain needs regular periods of deep rest in order to cope with the stress accumulated in the nervous system.  Lack of good sleep, together with a lack of good nutrition for the brain and a high-stress lifestyle can create hormonal imbalance, growth hormone imbalance, and premature aging, among other problems.

Of the three main pillars of total health (ahara – right choice of food; nidra – restful sleep; bramacharya – good code of conduct, routine and behavior), the Ayurvedic shastras (ancient texts) name sleep as the second most important aspect.

Vaidya Mishra will elaborate on this second most important pillar of life mentioned in the Vedas – the necessity of “Restful/Blissful Sleep” for good overall health (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual).

Experience Blissful Sleep and Blissful Awakening through Shaka Vansya Ayurveda (SVA) protocols and techniques.

What You Will Learn in this Course

  • What is sleep – according to Carak Samhita – a description from the ancient sutras
  • What are the etiological factors for bad/disturbed sleep?
  • What are the supporting factors for good sleep?
  • Effect of imbalanced sleep on the physical body
  • Effect of bad sleep on mind, body and on vibrational and physical channels
  • Connection between Sleep and “Aging”
  • Benefits of good sleep
  • Ayurvedic way of promoting quality and quantity of good sleep by supporting the physical channels by good food, routine, behavior, Herbal teas, spices, and exercise
  • Enhancing the quality and quantity of good sleep by supporting the nadis
  • Effect of EMF on nadis and how they disturb the sleep
  • How to manage the EMF impact
  • Special Transdermal Marma System™ protocol for enhancing the quality and quantity of good sleep

This course will be held by teleconference on Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Time (Los Angeles).  Long distance charges may apply.  Teleconference details will be provided after you sign up for the course.

Disclaimer

The sole purpose of this blog is to provide information about the alternative healing modalities of Shaka Vansiya Ayurveda (SVA) as practiced in Vaidya Mishra's ancestral family tradition. The information contained herein is not intended for use in the diagnosis, prevention or cure of any disease. If you have any serious, acute or chronic health concern, please consult a licensed health professional who can fully assess your needs and address them effectively. Otherwise, for more information, you may call Vaidya Mishra's Prana Center toll free in the USA at 1.888.3CHANDI (888.324.2634). or 1.818.709.1005 globally, or email us at: info@prana-center.com. You may also visit: www.vaidyamishra.com, or www.chandika.com

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