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3 Mindset Practices for Bedtime

Published on 11/25/2018
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Hello, this is my first press release and an opportunity to say hello and provide some value before I sign off for the day.

I have been a long time believer in the concept of food in/food out. This is speaking to the belief that what we fill our bodies with (emotional/physical/mental/spiritual) will have an affect on our outlook in life.

I notice when I go to bed without my daily practice I don't sleep as well, I wake up lethargic and I can have a very restless night. 

3 practices I suggest before bed that can really enhance your food in/food out experience are:

  1. Take a moment to look in the mirror and give thanks for another day. So many people were not granted this blessing and it causes us to feel gratitude even if the day did not go so well. Recognizing that having a bed to sleep in, a roof over your head, running water, plumbing, electricity are all gifts that many people on the earth do not know as their daily experience. Gratitude is humbling and a great practice for the end of the day. If you want to up your effort, put 3 things in writing you are grateful for that day.

  2. Make sure tha the last thing you watched/read/scrolled through was positive, uplifting, heart warming or funny. This also brings us to a more positive state before bed. If the last thing we watched was the 'bad news' that was on TV, or some less than optimistic tv program, violence or disturbing information (that is both individual and relative), our subconscious will carry that information to bed with us. It can cause us to have unpleasant dreams and to wake up with little to no motivation for what is another gift - a new day!

  3. Lastly, a practice is to take a moment once you are tucked away in bed and visualize your sleep, repeat to yourself some postive affirmations, maye listen to some soft soothing music and picture yourself having a deep, restful sleep (even tell yourself for how long and when you will wake up). It is amazing how over time you will find you wake up rested and within minutes of the time you set in your mental clock. 

I trust these will help you experience a more restful sleep which is a positive way to keep our gas tank full for the coming day!

Quote of the day - Success Is An Inside Job!

Diane Lang
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