Guided Meditations for Better Sleep

David takes five different approaches to inducing a deep sleep, each one building on the others to help you more easily attain the state of mind that is needed for falling asleep, staying asleep and resting deeply.

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lizjoh9
June 8, 2017
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I found this visualisation very powerful and affected me on a deeper level. Thanks David for another great addition!

hartsough
January 29, 2018
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#3 is so close to perfect for me! Calm your nervous system, let go... these parts help so much. Most times I don’t get to near the end for “sleep like a baby” This is a huge trigger for me, and I’d imagine for most new parents. Babies don’t sleep for very long, the sleep deprivation was a big part of my post partum anxiety. Any way you could take those 4 words out?

David Procyshyn
February 7, 2019
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Yes, that's interesting feedback. I have the same memories of a baby crying quite a lot at night. But I still associate 'sleep like a baby' in a positive way, since when they are sleeping, they are so relaxed and deep-in-sleep. That's what I mean by that phrase.

vguerra
February 7, 2019
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This my me cry. I haven't thought about my child in many many years. In so many ways it died along with my mother and I've pushed those memories away so hard I've forgotten who I once was. The excitement I once felt and the curiosity that was so fierce. Ive since decided that I will meditate more often of my childhood and who I once was and the happiness I once enjoyed. Thank you