From Complexity to Simplicity

Recovery Nidra is an easy-to-do meditation practice. Beginning with the welcoming of yourself just as you are, and your life just as it is.

Inherent in this welcoming practice, is complete acceptance, along with essential feelings of belonging, Safety, lack of resistance, lack of worry and tension. A return to peaceful quiet.

Recovery Nidra meditation begins at the end, with the experience of wholeness and healing. The shadows of the past are dissolved, and so begins the disentanglement of self imposed limitations and the established conditioning of addictive thinking.

For people with any form of self defeating behaviors, or substance dependency, saying no doesn’t work.

‘There comes a time when coping mechanisms have set the stage for a switch to be turned on that starts the process of addiction. A process that can not be cured but can definitely be arrested and brought into remission.[Dr’s Raymond Pomm & Heidi Pomm]

Recovery Nidra is a process of forming and reorganizing neural pathways, the old switch doesn’t turn off, but with practice, a new one is revealed.

Reorganizing Neural Pathways

How To Practice

Find a quiet space, Cover yourself with a blanket. Use comfy pillows, turn the phone off. Take some time exploring the needs of your body to enter a restful relaxed state.

Lying flat on the floor is the ideal posture but everyone’s situation is different. It’s important to find what is right for you.

As you continue throughout this course you may find the body adjusting and adapting more, along with the requirements of the practice.

lying on your back, extend the legs long, separate your feet hip distance apart. Place the arms by the sides, turn your palms facing up.

Using an eye pillow will accelerate the process.

Feel free to explore with your opening posture, this is your practice and your time, get the most from your Recovery Nidra meditation practice.


“I Take My First Steps Toward Freedom And Strength”

Recovery Nidra 1st Step Intention