Forget Counting Sheep: Recite These Mantras To Sleep Better

I don't think I'm the only person who has trouble sleeping peacefully at night . What's more, I go to bed around 12 at night and...

I don't think I'm the only person who has trouble sleeping peacefully at night. What's more, I go to bed around 12 at night and get up at 7 am; however, yes or yes, I wake up intermittently once or twice during the early morning. The result is that I feel tired and need to sleep in the afternoon.

I sleep better now than a few years ago. This is due to the fact that some of my dogs climb on my bed at night. I am not saying that it is healthy, hygienic and that I recommend it; everyone is free to choose the best way to rest. What I do admit is that his company makes my anxiety decrease and my night terrors are detrimental.

I am clear that my sleeping problems have to do with the level of stress and anxiety that I manage on a daily basis.

Effective techniques to sleep peacefully

There are many ways to fall asleep without taking pills. Many people like to exercise and take a hot shower, and this helps them sleep soundly. There are also those who practice yoga or meditation as relaxing and stress-relieving techniques.

Some doctors also recommend not eating too much before going to sleep. It is also recommended not to drink caffeinated beverages about 2 hours before going to bed.

There are many things that can be done to get a full night's rest and good sleep hygiene.

Some of these practices involve unusual spiritual beliefs in the Western world, but which are widely used in the East. The best thing is that they have centuries of existence and a lot of implicit wisdom. I speak of the repetition of mantras. Those of us who meditate know the power of these.

Well, mantras have multiple uses in daily life. I can even say that without realizing it you make use of phrases of your own creation that could be considered mantras; the problem is that you use them in the least positive sense of everyday life.

What is a mantra?

The word mantra is in Sanskrit, the union between the words "mind" and "tra", which means "liberation".

A mantra then refers to phrases, words, or sounds that help people to free their minds. Some beliefs attribute a liberating spiritual power to mantras. Believers point out that through these sounds, words, or songs they manage to attract peace and harmony to their lives.

The power of mantras is to make the human mind and body relax. This causes the person to enter a meditative state; therefore, he achieves the peace that is required to free himself from the daily pressure.

With the above said, today I will recommend some mantras that you can use to fall asleep and thus sleep peacefully.

1. I release everything that happened today

Let's not deny it, many times we go to bed carrying all the worries of the day. Nobody can sleep peacefully carrying so much weight on them.

This phrase helps you free yourself from all work or domestic burdens; those that fill your head and do not leave your mind in peace.

2. I appreciate everything that happened and now I am ready to rest

We all know that being grateful is one of the best attitudes a person can have. We should be grateful even for the most negative situations that come our way. The reason? They leave us a lesson that will serve us throughout life.

Giving thanks gives you peace and helps you see the blessings you own. Having that knowledge in one way or another helps you feel at peace and sleep better.

3. I enter a moment of deep sleep that only belongs to me

With this phrase, you “give yourself” an intimate moment that you deserve and you do not owe to anyone. Nothing is more pleasant than knowing that no one can take this away from you and to which you have a right and a need.

4. I give myself permission to sleep soundly

Similar to the previous mantra, this mantra helps you give yourself “permission” to sleep peacefully without being disturbed.

Believe it or not, there are people who voluntarily sacrifice their sleep. They do this because they feel they don't deserve it if they don't meet certain goals on that day. Doing this is harmful to the human body; Unfortunately, many only realize this when it is already too late.

5. I accept my tiredness and it helps me rest better

Acknowledging that you are exhausted from everything you did during the day should be enough encouragement to go to sleep. Sometimes being tired helps to fall fast asleep in a short time; however, other times the opposite can happen.

Despite this, the mantra helps you accept your exhausting situation, frees you, and leads to a pleasant sleep.

6. I feel at peace because I accomplished everything I needed to do today

This mantra may be the one that allows you to feel satisfied with your daily achievements. Knowing that you did everything you set out to do that day generates satisfaction; so then, your reward for your effort is sleep.

I can finally say that you are within your rights to apply these phrases or not. What I do guarantee is that you will be able -if you put them into practice- to experience the best rest you have ever had in your life.


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