The Secret To A Good Sleep
Millions of people have trouble getting to sleep and don’t look forward to bedtime. Lying there with your mind racing through all your worries and to do lists while you try to fall asleep can be quite stressful. When it starts to happen on a regular basis it can become very frustrating resulting in a pattern of insomnia which can be hard to break. Until now.
The secret to falling asleep quickly and getting the deep sleep you need is to distract your mind while relaxing your body. One of the best ways to do that, is to use guided sleep meditations that incorporate language techniques that engage the imagination while providing subtle suggestions to help your physical body relax.
Tracks To Relax specialize in sleep meditations that use advanced Neuro-Linguistic techniques that help the listener become more deeply involved in the meditation. What does this mean? Where regular meditations typically describe an experience only visually, Tracks To Relax meditations describes the things you can see, hear and feel in the experience. Some people are visual and find it easy to imagine pictures in their mind as they listen to a beach scene being described. Some people prefer to focus on the sound of the ocean waves because that’s what makes it more realistic for them. As well, there are people who would much rather concentrate on the feeling of the sand under their feet and the warmth of the sunshine because their sense of touch is easier to focus on. When we include all three senses in the experience we then have created a meditation that will appeal to everyone.
Once the listener is in the process of seeing, hearing and feeling an experience, we can then engage the listener further. This is accomplished by creating an effect from an action such as “And as you walk along the beach, listening to the sound of the ocean and feeling the sunshine on your face, you can relax a little bit more with each step you take.” The suggestion to relax is offered as part of the experience with the effect is of deeper physical relaxation. Usually within the first 10-15 minutes of the meditation, the listener simply drifts off into a peaceful deep sleep with little to no effort.
These are just some of the powerful techniques we use at Tracks To Relax to create deeply relaxing sleep meditations. If you want to get a better night’s sleep, look for these wonderful meditations on Spotify or iTunes Podcasts or visit www.TracksToRelax.com
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