HARMONIZE YOUR LIVING SPACE TO OPTIMIZE YOUR SLEEP
Does this sound familiar?
It’s Sunday evening. You’ve just enjoyed a pleasant dinner and start to feel that you’re getting tired. It’s still too early to head to bed, though, so you resolve to stay awake a tad longer.
To kill some time, you start getting ready for the next day. You go through your closet, prepare your outfit, ready the coffee pot, and check the weather for the following day. Soon enough, an hour or two passes, and you’re in bed, a novel in your lap, feeling like you’ll be asleep in no time.
This is fantastic because you hate it when you don’t get enough sleep. You can’t stand going to work groggy, not being able to focus, and chugging cup after cup of coffee just to make it through the day. For you, there is nothing worse than this.
And then, just like that, after ten minutes, you’re asleep.
You sleep well enough for a while. An hour, two hours, three, maybe even four hours go by. But at some point, you wake up. You wake up thinking it’s time to get up and go to work, yet it’s still pitch black outside. You glance over at your watch and see that it’s 2 AM, and you don’t have to be awake for another four hours.
You roll over, shut your eyes, and go back to sleep.
Except, you don’t fall asleep.
You lie awake, unable to relax your mind. You’re not even sure what is on your mind, but you just can’t seem to clear it. This continues for some time until, reluctantly, you get out of bed. You pour yourself a glass of water or a glass of milk before heading back to bed.
And when you get there, you find that, still, you cannot fall asleep. You toss and turn. Minutes turn to hours, and before you know it, you hear the sound of your alarm going off, telling you that it’s time to wake up.
Of course, you’re already wide awake and angrily silence the alarm. It soon becomes clear that despite having all the indications that you would get a good night’s sleep, you didn’t. Now, you’re going to go through your day groggy, tired, and miserable. And you’re going to need a lot of coffee.
By the time you get finish your day, you’re exhausted. You hardly have enough energy even to make dinner for yourself and your family. Your spouse chats with you about your day, but you can barely even pay attention to what they say. On a positive note, you’re so tired that you’re sure you’ll be able to sleep better tonight.
But what happens? You get into bed and quickly fall asleep. But, just like the night prior, you wake up in the middle of the night, unable to fall back asleep. Again, you wake up feeling tired and frustrated.
Oddly enough, as you board the metro to head to the office, you feel like you could fall right asleep. There aren’t even any seats available, yet you feel like you may very well fall asleep standing up…
Why does this happen? And more importantly, what can we do to stop it from happening? There are many factors that contribute to a poor night’s sleep: emotional shocks, karmic issues, unharmonized rooms, or affections from outside the house.
For example, unresolved mental shocks–anxieties, phobias, or other worries–can tremendously hinder your sleep. Even if it is something you do not recognize consciously, negative energies can cause you to remain awake even when your body is otherwise tired. Only through harmonizing the eight energy bodies can one achieve a night of truly peaceful sleep.
By doing this, not only will you be able to sleep more, but the quality of that sleep will be improved. The human mind passes through several sleep cycles on any given night, and without reaching the deepest parts of that cycle, you will never be able to feel adequately rested.
A curotherapist can help you by assessing what factors are causing your insomnia or poor sleep quality. We can assess your surroundings and the energy of those surroundings to maximize harmony and energy flow. This will ensure that your sleeping quarters are conducive to getting a good night’s sleep.
Once proper sleep cycles have been established, you may be shocked at the impact this can have on your health and well-being. All recovery is tied to sleep; without it, ailments and illnesses will persist longer than they need to. Sleep, in many ways, is the foundation of all curotherapy treatments. So do not hesitate to book a session with us so that we can check to see if we can help with your insomnia issues and get you back to feeling your best, most optimized self.