On this Rest and Relax, Wai Lana talks you through two relaxation techniques, followed by a restful meditation. These ancient techniques can relieve stress, anxiety, and depression. They will also help you overcome insomnia, enabling you to slip into deep and sound sleep. Wai Lana's calming voice and soft music will ease your mind, relax your body, and soothe your spirit.
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Reviewer: Derek, Amazon.com, February 11, 2004
I really enjoyed Wai Lana's Rest and Relax cd. It brought me to a greater relaxation and peace that I never experienced before. In the beginning part we did a deep breathing and vocal exercise called Gauranga meditation as well as a another relaxation exercise named Yoga Nidra. Wai Lana's voice was so soothing, it was just relaxing listening to her as she instructed me through the exercises. The Gauranga vocal vibrations really caused a relaxing inner peace within me that I really missed when I was not doing it in other parts of my daily routine. Sometimes I found myself spontaneously practicing the relaxing Gauranga meditation throughout different times of the day. I am writing in because I am getting a lot of positive vibes from this cd and I have even ordered the other ones related to this one, which I can't wait to get.
Reviewer: NAPRA ReView, September/October 2002
As part of a trilogy, Rest and Relax introduces two specific relaxation techniques. "Free Your Mind" familiarizes us with gauranga breathing, which calms the mind as you chant "gau-ra-an-ga" with each inhalation and exhalation. A challenge at first, this is a powerful, visceral experience. "Relax Your Body" utilizes yoga nidra to effectively relax the body from the toes up. Track 3, "Soothe the Soul," calls upon gauranga and invites the soul into the complete state of relaxation already realized by the mind and body. Hypnotic musical strains accompany these three tracks and move the practitioner seamlessly through the sessions. Also in the trilogy:Yoga Music of the Heart and Yoga Sound™.
|—NAPRA ReView, September/October 2002|