Going deep

We have two brain hemispheres, and each of us has dominant and non-dominant hemisphere. For most people, left hemisphere, which is responsible for the right side of the body is a dominant one. It is responsible for reasoning and logic. Whereas non-dominant hemisphere is a home for creativity and intuition. 

Intuition and insight are accessible in slower brain wave states, such as alpha, theta, or delta. Meditation helps to slow your brain activity and when practiced more often, allows to transfer this effect to times when you are not even meditating. Especially during Yoga Nidra, you access delta waves, the ones which occur in a deep sleep and usually do not have consciousness present. When you practice Yoga Nidra, you allow your subconsciousness to converse with the conscious mind, a rare and unique occurrence, almost impossible to get in wakeful states. 

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