Our inner world is always triggered by our spiritual awakening. Therefore, we sometimes have sleep troubles and eventually insomnia.
As you may know, sleep is a fundamental thing in our lives — and not getting enough of it directly affects our mental state and also the way we function throughout the day.
Simply put, we don’t experience life in the same way when we haven’t had the right amount of sleep.
Energy, motivation and challenges are all fading when sleep issues — including insomnia — are a frequent occurrence, which is why these problems need to be properly tackled.
Spiritual awakening is definitely a way to cope with sleep troubles and insomnia — not in the form of medical advice, but a form that lets you go deep within your inner self and, eventually, find peace.
Although these techniques may not always be the solution to sleep troubles and insomnia, especially in the cases where these disorders are too serious, they definitely help in stabilizing the sleep patterns and set a new awakening process, which results in a better wellbeing.
So, how can you cure the sleep problems, changes and insomnia with spiritual awakening?
Here’s a list of the most common sleep disorders and how to fix them:
1. Intense Energy Shifts
The truth is, a spiritual awakening happens only when there is a shift in our energy flow. Therefore, the initial phases of transition changes — similar to a broken dam.
Now, although you may not be too sensitive or feeling the surges when it comes to your sleep disorders, you may be experiencing fatigue on a daily basis.
Energy shifts are meant to help sleep disorders and directly impact them with your own energy.
However, you should be aware that even when you sleep normally, there are times when you may be extremely tired, wasted or worn out despite doing nothing significant.
There are several solutions to this problem — both working in the short and long run. The best way of dealing with the intense energy shifts and change of moods is meditation.
Turning off the media and focusing on your inner self, finding peace in the quiet and connecting with your consciousness will ramp up your energy and help you wind down after a long day.
Meditation in the morning, on the other hand, can definitely result with a boost of energy preparing you for the new day.
2. Fear And Other Triggering Issues
If your sleep disorders happen because of fear, there are probably piles and piles of agitation and unprocessed energy located in your consciousness.
For example, if you are upset or stressed a lot during the day, the ‘flight or fight’ response may be active even during the night, causing sleep disorders. The need to relax before going to sleep and skip the deep trauma is the answer to these problems.
Fortunately, spiritual awakening can be the best way to deal with them. First and foremost, you should stop resisting the transition.
If you are experiencing uncomfortable things and fighting against them consciously every day, you will eventually be trapped later on. Therefore, you should give up your daily living and process to healing and spiritual growth.
The best way to do that is to embrace what you feel while watching it and be fully aware of what happens. This will bring the change you need and make you more conscious of it, teaching you how to heal your body.
3. Changing Your Natural Sleep Pattern
If you like staying up late, chances are that your organism will adopt this lifestyle of yours along with your body, causing sleep problems and issues, especially in the times when you have to wake up early.
There are many people who never sleep according to their natural pattern. While this may be the only chance for people to learn, work or simply stay active when they don’t have the time, the actual fact is that realigning with their sleep patterns will result in a higher productivity.
Disorders in your natural sleep pattern may vary, but longer sleep and tiredness when you wake up may be the main signals connected to them.
The natural solution to tackle this disorders is to simply allow your body to do what it wants. In other words, if you are tired and sleepy, make sure to go to bed as soon as possible.
In the morning or after a while, you will feel like a new version of you — ready to study or work more productively.
In the end, there are a lot of sleep disorders present in our lifestyle. One of the general ways to get rid of them is to embrace your mind and body as they are, and focus on their path.
If your consciousness is tired, you will additionally put stress to it, which will result in more negativity and a disturbed well-being. After all, we are all human beings and we need to always accept our natural patterns.
By Helen E. Williams, DreamcatcherReality.com
About the author: Helen Elizabeth Williams is the owner of DreamcatcherReality.com, where she is a staff writer. Her passions are: spirituality, meditation and polo. She adores all animals, but horses have a special place in her heart. She loves the diversity of our cultures, the beauty of simple people and the harmony of Mother Nature. ♥