Deep Sleep

There seems to be something powerful about the way we start things.

The first day in a new job, the first impression when meeting someone, the first steps when going through a transition in life. It’s as if the energy and intention we have when starting things have a ripple effect, and determine what is going to happen next. Does that sound true to your experience of life as well?

How do you start each day?

Do you wake up feeling renewed, well rested, and in a good mood? Or do you wake up feeling tired, groggy or irritable?

The chances are that the way you sleep and the way you wake up have a bigger impact in your life than you might have imagined.

Having a good night of sleep is essential for us to feel well and function well. Yet many of us may underestimate the importance of sleep, or maybe we don’t take the steps needed to ensure we have high quality sleep, night after night. (Yes, that’s possible!)

Sleep is important for everything—even for meditation.

Having less than enough quality sleep has been linked not only to an increased risk of multiple diseases, but also to several mental health problems. And it’s not an isolated problem—in fact, it’s estimated that one third of the population suffers from some type of sleep problem or insomnia, such as:

• Difficulty falling asleep (due to overstimulation, stress or anxiety)
• Difficulty staying asleep (waking up multiple times during the night)
• Poor sleep quality (feeling tired even after sleeping many hours)

Some people are not even aware of how sleep deprived they are, and how that is impacting them.

Poor quality sleep affects the quality of our day, decisions, relationships, and well-being. It is one problem, but it has many consequences in different areas of our life. It’s pretty hard to be happy, healthy, and fulfilled in life when the base of our rest and energy is not working well.
The good news is that this is something we can change. Getting consistent deep sleep is a skill that can be learned—and not only a blessing for the lucky few.

With the right tools and approach, you can improve your sleep quality and have a great start, day after day. It will improve the way you feel, the amount of clarity and focus you have, and how well you can show up in all areas of your life.

So, what’s involved in getting better sleep? Three key elements:

1. Lifestyles habits (sleep hygiene)
2. Environment
3. Your ability to relax and turn off your mind

While all of these are important, the last one is the most essential. You can tick all the sleep hygiene boxes, and have the perfect environment, but if your mind is racing with thoughts of worry and anxiety, you’re going to have a hard time falling asleep.

Here is where meditation has a lot to offer. There is no better tool to help you find the relaxation and mental stillness needed for a good night of sleep.

Many people want to try meditation as a help for helping them falling asleep quicker, and sleeping better. Now there is a program that would include all the best meditation techniques for sleep, plus a systematic training on how to implement the lifestyle changes needed to make that happen.

It has been a while in the making, but the day has finally come! 🙂

It’s a 21-day meditation-based program for deep sleep.

Learn more about it HERE.

With that you get access to many of my other online courses, a private forum, and a library of guided meditations.

You can easily cancel your subscription anytime, if you are no longer getting any value from it.

P.S. If you take only one thing from this, let it be this: good sleep is important for everything—and if we are not getting it consistently, then it should be our priority to fix that. If you could use some guidance and powerful tools for that purpose, check out my Deep Sleep course.

Sleep is an essential element for our physical health, performance, and psychological well-being. Having enough of it makes everything else easier in life, while lacking quality sleep makes everything else more difficult—including meditation.

The Deep Sleep course covers all the elements that you need to wake up feeling great, day after day. You will learn:
• How to use mantra meditation as a lullaby for your mind
• One counter-intuitive but effective way to forget the events of your day
• The meditation technique that will leave you walking on clouds!
• The proven 5-minute breathing practice that will calm down any emotional agitation
• The daily feel-good pill that is free, has no side-effects, and will prepare your mind to sleep
• How to wake up feeling great, day after day
• Unique and rare guided meditations to drive you to sleep
• How to avoid sleep anxiety even when sleep is not coming
• The 5 quick tips that will help you relax your body for sleep, effortlessly
• How to take your biological rhythm from chaotic to zen master
• All you need to know about what to do and what to avoid before sleep
• The 4 habit-building principles that will make all these changes much easier to implement
• An obscure reverse psychology trick to make your mind sleep

This is a 21-day self-paced program. The lessons are short and easy to follow. You will be taken through this transformation journey in a systematic, step-by-step manner.

So if this course is something that might benefit you in anyway, it’s better to join now. There is also a 30-day money-back guarantee—so you have nothing to lose in trying. See full details in the course information page:

Deep Sleep — Feel Renewed, Rested, and Well

 

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