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Spiritual Sleep Aid April 17, 2010

Posted by Carole Lynne in Carole Lynne reads Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.

Wish you could sleep like a kid again?

Here are some tips on how you can use spiritual development to help you get better sleep.



  • Remember that you are a spirit who is “clothed” with a physical body.  While your spirit may not need to rest, your mind and body need to recuperate from the day in order to be ready for the next day.   Rest your mind by refraining from doing any work or mental problem solving for an hour or two before going to bed. Rest your body by taking a warm bath or doing gentle stretching exercises.
  • Say a prayer of gratitude for the day that you have just lived.  Offer this prayer as you lay your head on the pillow, ready to sleep. Do not fill your prayer with a list of wants and desires for your life.  This is a time to say thank you for the opportunity to live, and not a time to advocate for your personal interests.
  • Do a calming breathing exercise.  As you inhale,  say in your mind: inhale peace.  As you exhale, say in your mind: exhale all frustrations.    You can change the words as you like.   If you have had an argument with someone during the day you might say: inhale forgiveness, exhale anger.   Or on another evening you might say: inhale sleepiness, exhale all thoughts.

Know that as you fall asleep, your spirit will be very awake and perhaps traveling throughout the realms of the universe. Say a prayer for good and peaceful dreams as you drift off to sleep.

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne





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