Meditation for Sleep: Dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress
Meditation for Sleep:
I made this short meditation for someone personally and I thought it might be nice to share it with you. I go into what potentially gives conflict for you to fall asleep followed by a guided meditation.
This meditation is a simple meditation addressing only one example of what might contribute to not falling asleep. If you want to address Post-Traumatic Stress through meditation more profoundly please check out these Trauma Care Audio Guided Meditations.
Meditation for Sleep and What Might Prevent It
The wanting to relax or pushing for falling asleep might in itself become an obstacle. If you can start with where you are, which is perhaps your restlessness, nervousness, or any other emotion. Can you give your full attention to that without drowning in it nor dissociating.
When you start with where you are rather than where you want to be, it will help you, through meditation, to fall asleep.
Just under the above video, you will find an audio version which you can download and listen to later.
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