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? I wake up at night and think I will just buzz out of my body. How do you sleep through that? I am a mother of 3 and can tune out noise but how to tune out the energy? Is something going on ....on a world level?
If that doesn't work I'll go over lists I've memorized. Usually Tarot card interpretations. Any list will do--lists of presidents, states, names beginning with alphabet letters, etc. Anything to distract the brain. Sometimes I'll simply visualize "unscrewing" my head to stop thought patterns. If all else fails, usually orgasm will serve as a soporific. Sometimes when I go through a period of waking up and not being able to go back to sleep, I'll take melatonin for a short period of time. That usually re-sets the sleep cycle for me, but it may not help younger people.
I also keep a notepad by my bed in case there is a message to jot down. Sometimes I feel the energy is there just so we will notice it. :)) Once impressions are written down the energy seems to ease somewhat.
The energy *has* been pretty high, but it was stronger for me the last week than this one.
Anyone else with sleep remedies?
> Anyone else with sleep remedies?
> I have had it bad for years and not found a solution other than to surrender > to it. In other words stay up late and sleep in of possible. Is there > another way?
I heard a naturopath talking on TV recently. She was saying how prevalent insomnia is. She put forward lots of herbal type remedies that I can't remember and one idea that etched itself into my brain. She said that being exposed to a sunset everyday prepared the brain for sleep and that chemically more melatonin is released when this occurs which helps to induce sleep. Even being outside for 5 minutes or just standing at a window and looking at the setting sun at dusk was enough. So many people are indoors at this time of day with steady artificial lights beating down on them.
Fortunately I haven't needed to try it out lately although I am probably outside a good deal at this time of day anyway. I am in awe at the simplicity and naturalness of this line of thought. I have also noticed, since my K has been active, that I am much more in contact with the rhythm and cycles of nature. You might be too.
If you give this a try I'd really love to know how it goes.
I tend to keep a routine in my sleeping times and in some of my daily activities. I'm flexible about it and sometimes will have a series of late nights and mornings but the routine sort of gives my day a foundation and I think my body finds it safe and reassuring. I also have children so there is an element of necessity in that choice.
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