Let's address where you are right now, in this moment. iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation can facilitate the release of a number of PTSD symptoms, included insomnia, chronic anxiety, emotional pain, hypervigilance and the tendency to be too externally focused to be able to rest... Trauma shocks the nervous system leaving you conditioned to experience life as stress. These meditations, in general, move you neatly through each layer of conditioning, releasing triggers and building equanimity. Ancient wisdom meets new brain science. This is your opportunity to customize the meditation to what's going on with you right now, at this stage in your recovery from PTSD, trauma, loss or grief.
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"The purpose of life is not to fight against evil and misfortune; it is to unveil magnificence." -Alan Cohen
iRest research and programs have been implemented at the Miami VA; Washington, DC VA; Brooke Army Medical Center; CAmp LeJeune; Fort Belvoir; Los Angeles VA; and numerous other military and private facilities, a program is now in the place that’s bringing group military and individual iRest classes to men and women in VA centers, active-duty military facilities around North America and beyond. Studies at these and other sites join a growing body of research that is taking place at university and clinical settings across North America and abroad.
~Excerpt from the new 2015 book, The iRest Program for Healing PTSD, by Richard C. Miller, PhD of the Integrative Restoration Institute in Sebastopol, California. iRest is short for Integrative Restoration Yoga Nidra, a name more which the military found easier to work with than Yoga Nidra...