The nights in those uncontrollable thoughts

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The nights in those uncontrollable thoughts
The night and the unstoppable thoughts. That is the reflection of the day. So many nights, we have struggled. I think many of us struggle. I personally used to. I want to share with you some things I found to be helpful when going to sleep to prevent me from waking up in the middle of the night or having a hard time to fall asleep because there is so much on my mind. All these unstoppable thoughts are just taking over my time and my mind and they’re not allowing me to go to sleep. I think we could all relate to that but there are people that actually live a long, long time this way. Some people actually don’t even get out of those habits where they struggle to fall asleep because their thoughts are just unstoppable. So what I want to share with you is a little bit of the methodology that I’ve used to be able to fall asleep and fall asleep deeply and quickly. I am sharing them with my daughter and this is why I was thinking of sharing it with you today because last night I started some of the techniques. One of the techniques that I’m going to share is the fact that thoughts are like bubbles. If you learn when you’re lying down and thoughts come to you, negative thoughts or things that you have to do, you start saying to yourself, “I am thinking, I’m thinking, I’m thinking, I’m thinking and you start distracting your thoughts out of your mind. It is obviously a daily deposit, as I always say, that will get you to win the race. You are going to start being aware of your thoughts and not make such an effort to get them out of your mind by just becoming aware of the thoughts. The other thing is that we don’t drink a lot of water before we go to sleep and, definitely, not having caffeine which is something that most of us do sometimes. We have tea at night and you know for at least 2 hours before you go to sleep, you will not be able to. For me, I can tell you that if I’m going to have a glass of wine, I try to have it early during the evening and make sure that for at least four hours, if possible, not to have any caffeine or drinks. It definitely affects your deep sleep. I’ve been able to measure this because there are tools out there where you can measure how deep you are sleeping through the night. The last one, I think, is the most powerful one and the one where you get the most results in. That is through meditation. I have shared with you in other podcasts the Calm meditation App that it is wonderful. It is so easy to learn to meditate with this App. I’ve been using it for years now and I use it for my morning meditation and now I use it for my night meditation. I go to sleep meditating and I see the changes that I have been going through. I feel so rested the next day. I was teaching this to my daughter yesterday and I couldn’t believe how calm you start feeling just listening to the guided meditation. You are able to do this without realizing that every second you learn to let a thought go, every second is a second that you’re adding to learning to meditate. So let’s reflect, reset and be able to go to sleep in a peaceful, loving way.

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