You Are A Really Good Sleeper
We are living through a uniquely stressful time.
The world seems to be changing more and more rapidly. Uncertainty about the future is off the charts. We are being bombarded by ever-increasing amounts of information, and by increasing amounts of high-frequency radiation from mobile devices, smart meters, and cell towers. As the ‘Internet of Things’ becomes more ubiquitous, our bodies are also trying to adjust to new sources of radiation, including from household appliances, smart devices, and whatever the neighbors are running.
In addition to these new physical stressors, we are still trying to assimilate the enormous waves of primal fear triggered by the Covid-19 operation. We are social animals by nature and the non-stop media barrage of rampant contagion, raging illness, and imminent death resulting from casual contact with other people have seriously eroded people’s core sense of security.
Even those of us who trust our direction in life are being impacted by the emotional “off-gassing” of the people around us and in the collective consciousness.
Which brings us to the subject of sleep.
We all know that good, healthy sleep is important. Proper sleep allows the body to repair itself, balances our emotions, and keeps our immune system strong.
But those of us who are empaths or highly sensitive persons may find falling asleep or sleeping soundly for the right amount of time to be challenging, especially in times like these. If you’re one of those people, I made You Are A Really Good Sleeper for you. (Listen to a sample) Continue reading