Why and how to sleep?
Sleeping is essential for good health.
If the body does not recharge its batteries, it will have to limit its energy during the day.
People who do not sleep well are more likely to be ill.
The night allows for the integration of physical, emotional, mental, energetic and spiritual changes.
The body has the ability to regenerate itself.
In bed, the heart changes rhythm and breathing becomes deeper to promote recovery.
The nervous system is put to rest to relax the whole body.
The immune system works more efficiently.
The organs are rebuilt.
The emotional body expresses itself through dreams and nightmares.
Sleep helps to integrate emotional releases.
During rest, the brain enters a different mode.
The thoughts stop.
The mind is paused.
At night, the energetic body regulates itself and stabilises.
Our cells need to have a rest to recharge their energy.
A short nap is an effective way to maintain an excellent energy level throughout the day.
The spiritual body reconnects to our essence and downloads the necessary information.
How to sleep?
There are no fixed rules, as each person is different.
Insomnia can have many causes.
However, the emotional origin is often the main cause.
The quality of sleep is affected by emotions that are trying to express themselves.
It is by releasing the blocked emotions that one can regain a baby’s sleep.
The more one works on oneself, the better one sleeps.
Improve the depth of sleep
Taking forty winks does not help us to recover effectively.
When we feel safe, we can sleep deeper.
However, the body is often in survival mode when it does not need to be.
Behind this state there are often emotional memories that need to be explored.
It is recommended not to eat too much before going to bed.
The digestive system cleanses itself at night, and it cannot do so effectively if the dinner was too heavy.
How long to sleep?
Everyone needs different sleeping times.
However, a perfectly healthy adult only needs a few hours of sleep per night.
People who sleep more than 7 hours a night are likely to be conditioned by emotions and beliefs.
Example: A child who has often been scolded for going to bed may live with the unconscious belief “I need to sleep more to be loved. And so, automatically, all his life, he will sleep longer.
The benefits of sleep are many, on all levels.
The key to a good night’s rest is introspection, as most sleep disorders are emotional in origin.