Get A Decent sleep

Get A Decent sleep

How to achieve peaceful rest and get a decent sleep

How we get a decent nights sleep is dependant on the function of the human body. All the parts of the human body work together, although each one has its special part to do. The stomach must have time to rest between meals, and your mind needs rest after a long day. The other parts of the body require rest, too. This they usually get while we are asleep. We must not be neglectful and fail to give them enough rest, or they will soon get worn out which leads to troublesome ailments or bodily disease.

Ideas & Strategies to Get Decent Sleep

Today we are going to explore some of the ideas and strategies that will enable us all to get a good decent sleep and a better nights rest. Concentrating on meditation and mindfulness techniques i was given as a Buddhist monk that I feel during this time of uncertainty can and will help many of you to achieve great results and recharge your bodies

The Problems we Face

Sometimes, when people are stressed, anxious or just plain tired out, they find they cannot sleep well at night. There are a number of little things that can be done to induce a peaceful nights sleep. A warm bath before retiring, followed by a gentle massage, especially along the spine, often will, by relaxing the nerves and muscles, produce very good results. A hot foot bath, which draws the blood away from the brain, frequently will be found beneficial. A glass of hot milk or cocoa, taken just before retiring, often will have the same effect. If the sleeplessness is a result of indigestion, a plain diet will relieve. Sleeping upon a hard bed without any pillow sometimes produces the desired effect, but maybe that’s one for Buddhist monks. And finally always try to have plenty of fresh air circulating in the room wherever possible.

However the best possible way to keep the mind free from the cares of the day & create a beautiful restful and relaxing sleep is with meditation or practicing mindfulness.

Using Meditation & Mindfulness to Get Decent Sleep

If you find your mind feels crowded with thoughts running around seemingly out of your control then we have a few mini meditations and mindfulness techniques that are guaranteed to work. A Mantra meditation which is a simple loving and soothing sentence we repeat over and over allows our minds to start to unwind and relax.

One very simple exercise is to close the left nostril by pressing on it with the finger, then take four deep breaths through the right nostril. Then close the right nostril and take four deep breaths through the left one. Repeat this about four times. Then breathe slowly through both nostrils, but count your breaths. You seldom will count very many before falling fast asleep.

Other exercises, meditations and mindfulness techniques to help with better rest & peaceful sleep

Breath Dance

Follow the natural rhythms of your body for instant calming.

The Wave

Drift off to a relaxing sleep and feel like you’re on a calming beech.

Body Scan

The ultimate Sleep meditation, Relax every part of your body

*Never take any sleeping powders or tablets except upon the advice of a doctor, for they usually contain drugs that can damage your heart over long periods.

Kind and Warmest Regards

Dhamma Tāpasā* (Andrew Hallas)

*Dhamma Tāpasā is a fully trained former Buddhist Monk and the spiritual name given to Andrew Hallas. The creator of the highly acclaimed “The Four Trees” a story of learning how we can all live a more fulfilled and content lifestyle. Now a Life Changing and inspirational Positive Mind Transformative Guide, Mindfulness Trainer, Published Author and the creator of The Revive & Thrive – A Positive Mind Training

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Dhamma Tāpasā is the spiritual name given to Andrew Hallas a fully trained and former Buddhist Monk who now Teaches & coaches the Art of Positive Thinking to Transform Your Mind.

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