Do you have difficulty falling asleep & continuing to sleep peacefully?

Do you have difficulty falling asleep & continuing to sleep peacefully?

Do you suffer from insomnia? Do you have difficulty drifting off to sleep and as the hours tick away, you are still wide awake? Are you worrying how you are going to survive a long day at work tomorrow and then come home and have responsibility for looking after household chores and your family?

Insomnia is described as a sleep disorder related to having difficulty falling asleep. Sometimes you may fall asleep relatively easily but have difficulty staying asleep. People with insomnia often waken up during the night and spend hours in a restless state, twisting and turning, finding it difficult to get back to sleep.

Causes of chronic insomnia can include: Stress, stress related illness, anxiety, worry about work, money, family, children, school, health, and the future. Chronic insomnia can also be caused by non-stop thoughts going round and around in your head, about the future or maybe some past events or incidents.
The health of another person, the loss of a job, bereavements, relationship difficulties or trauma can also lead to insomnia.

For some people certain food or drinks may contribute to a restless night or insomnia. Geopathic stress is also considered to be a factor that can contribute to insomnia.

What can you do about sleepless nights and insomnia?

Our self healing course deals with this plus many other similar situations, with guidelines, suggestions and action plans to help you deal with this and many other health concerns.

Understanding more about insomnia and why some people may have difficulty sleeping, is the first step towards finding the cause and then looking at possible solutions which may help. What do you mean when you say “I had a good sound sleep last night” or “I had a bad night’s sleep”?
  • Or, “I never slept a wink last night”
  • Or, “If only I could get at least one good night’s sleep”.
  • Or, “I dread going to bed because I know I am going to be awake most of the night”.
  • Or, “As soon as I close my eyes – the nightmares start”.
  • Do you drift off to sleep quite easily only to wake up again within an hour or less and spend the remainder of the night waking at regular intervals to check what time it is on the clock?
  • Do you have an unknown sense of fear especially around bedtime?
  • Do you have any fears associated with being in bed or going to bed or being asleep?
  • Did you feel safe and secure in your bed when you were a child?
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Advanced Bio-Energy healing therapy may help.
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Deep chakra clearing and balancing may help to decrease the intensity of any past fears or anxieties around going to bed or sleeping.
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Sound therapy may help relax the mind and restore peace and harmony, allowing body mind and spirit to achieve a good night’s sleep.
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Learn how to dowse using a pendulum or using the self-dowsing sway test for food sensitivities or geopathic stress to find out if they may be contributing to any sleeping difficulties you may have.
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For deep relaxation play the downloadable autogenics / auto suggestion relaxation cd /audio file prior to bedtime to help relax and unwind tight, tense or painful muscles.

A new plan of action might include:

  • Some more sessions of deep Energy Healing Therapy and chakra clearing to help decrease the intensity of fears, anxiety, shock or trauma.
  • Using sound healing frequencies and sounds from sound healing instruments prior to bedtime.
  • Playing peaceful and harmonious music or sounds throughout the night.

Everyone has the ability to learn how to self heal.

The complete self healing training course is presented on via 58 easy to understand practical lessons and over 8 hours of on-demand videos. It is comparable to watching a real live workshop or training course in the comfort of your own home, at your own pace and in your own time.

When you have completed the course you will receive your certified Certificate of Completion in Self Healing.
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Your most asked question
What can I do for Insomnia?

Preparation before bedtime is most important. Avoiding stimulants such as tea, coffee and alcohol, and also avoiding eating large meals prior to bedtime may help. If you would like to know more about our self healing online course click the link below.