A wonderful ritual before going to bed

A poet once said, "Just as a daily bath cleanses the body, so sleep cleanses our soul.

It is a pity that modern people are so hard-working that they have to fight for time to work as well as time to sleep and, if necessary, to "catch up on sleep".

Not only sleep enough, but also sleep well

A century ago, psychologists such as Freud and Jung revealed the infinite mysteries of the human subconscious, pointing out that when people sleep, the subconscious mind is more active and has a better chance to access its true self.

Unfortunately, most people today overlook the role of the subconscious mind in the body," lamented psychotherapist Liao Yue Pang, a licensed hypnotherapist and trainer in the United States, who has studied sleep for more than a decade.

He describes the subconscious mind as "like a giant of immense power" that will do what you tell it to do, but if it is not instructed to do so, it will do what it is used to do.

The best time to give instructions is when you are half asleep and half awake, that is, when you are almost asleep and not yet asleep, and when you just wake up and not yet fully awake, which can be said to be a "natural hypnotic state".

Hypnosis is a state of relaxation, when the consciousness enters a state of concentration and the body becomes highly receptive to suggestion, which is good for implanting good thoughts or ideas and is helpful for the integration of mind, body and spirit. For example, say to yourself, "I am becoming more capable of expressing my inner feelings and my communication skills will improve", "I will maintain a proper diet and not overburden my body", "From today onwards, my subconscious mind will automatically guide me to lead a healthier lifestyle".

Timothy Hsu, a psychiatrist who studies newage, also believes that sleep provides an opportunity for the conscious mind to communicate with the subconscious mind. During sleep, our consciousness enters the dream consciousness and the deeper subconscious, where a good intention, if delivered, can become part of the subconscious and silently guide you in that direction.

The inner mind is like a vast and fertile soil, and whatever beliefs are planted will blossom in your life," Timothy Hsu emphasized.

Therefore, if you use your sleep well, it will help you to develop physically and mentally and refresh yourself.

Cultivate a good sleep routine

Sleep experts often recommend leaving things at hand as much as possible before bedtime. Or, take some time to reflect on the day's events.

The way you do this varies from person to person, from writing in a journal to doing a quick skim through your head. Looking back and organizing is like cleaning out the garbage, removing unnecessary emotional burdens and then going to bed refreshed.

Think back on what you did all day, what made sense, and what wasted time. By reprioritizing things, he simplifies his life, "allowing himself to zero in on a whole new day tomorrow.

Also, try not to do too many things in bed that you shouldn't be doing, such as making phone calls, approving paperwork, and working on projects, so that your bed doesn't become a multipurpose place. There are only two things to do in bed: sleep and sex," said Gurdjieff, an occultist who has studied the workings of consciousness.

It is important to cultivate a good sleep routine, not only to solve insomnia problems, but also to improve the quality of sleep, so that the body and mind can live in the best position.

Recommended practices are

1. first make the bed, the quilt, pillows to the most comfortable state.

2. Lie down in the most natural and comfortable position for yourself.

3. After lying flat, take a few deep breaths, let yourself gradually relax and calm down, then use your senses to scan from head to toe to see which part is tight, and then try to relax.

4. After examining the body, then look inside the mind. If your mind is still thinking about work or emotional problems and delusions are flying, use the "breath counting method" or self-hypnosis to collect your mind.

  • Breath counting

Count your breath in and out, slowly count from 1 to 10, and then count from 10 back to 1. Remember, when you exhale, count the words, which means exhale the negative energy first, and then inhale the positive energy. Count back and forth several times until you gradually remove the distracting thoughts and calm your mind.

  • Self-hypnosis

You can say to yourself, "Now I am counting from 1 to 20, and each number will make my body more peaceful and relaxed.

5. When your mind is fully relaxed and you are falling asleep, you can input positive commands according to your personal needs.

For example, you might say.

"I slept very well tonight and woke up energized and radiant.

"I hope to wake up tomorrow at 6:00, and then I'll go to sleep quickly, and I'll go into a deep, deep dream, and get a very good quality of sleep, and I'll wake up relaxed and energized for an important meeting in the morning.

Or simply, "Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.

A special reminder that the principles of designing instructions are positive language, simple and clear, verifiable, and something you can trust.

With warm and quiet thoughts into the sweet dream, the morning will wake up, the mood as the sun shines, shining.

About Jerry

There are only 24 hours in a day, so why not spend it in a healthy and happy way? So, I choose to spend it happily
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