Dreams Competition: Email us your dream. Every month Roi will choose a dream at random to analyse.
Unsent Letters: Write one to those people in your life who have left you, or whom you have left. Tell them all the things you would if you could.
When you feel your mind is overwhelmed with thoughts and can’t sleep, you should write a diary … write, write, write, until you exhaust yourself.
So what should we eat that will make us feel better and keep up fuelled up for the day? Green vegetables and curry could be the secret to boost your energy.
Transformational Breath: self-empowering and deeply healing process used to reduce the symptoms of a whole range of emotional, mental & physical disorders.
Eat your way to better sleep: during sleep, our bodies perform essential detoxification, building, balancing and repair work which helps to keep us healthy.
Yoga Nidra literally means “yogic sleep”, but that is a bit of a misnomer. It’s not a special kind of sleep, but a state between sleeping and waking.
The best time to practice this kriya meditation for sleep is every night before bed. If it is practiced regularly, sleep will be deep and relaxed.
This Bridge Pose for Sleep position is a very subtle way of calling yourself to sleep. Hold for 5 minutes and then let it go. Repeat a second time for 5-10 minutes and a third time if you can.
Let’s stay together and hold hands until the cock starts crowing, the first buses start running, and the upstairs neighbour’s annoying kids start jumping on your ceiling. Until the moment the first ray of sunshine sneaks through the crack in your heavy curtains and falls on your face, and you know you’re damned for the […]
The 4-7-8 breathing method: People who are stressed or anxious are chronically under-breathing, because they breathe shortly, shallowly, or hold their breath.
This is such a cute section. Let’s go back and get all romantic, as we recall our first insomnia memories. Let’s share!
Insomnia pearls of wisdom: Let’s share some of the penetrating insights into insomnia that have come from our families, friends and colleagues. Bless them.
Worries about the future: What are the most common nightmares, worries, or negative dialogues, experienced while wide-awake in the middle of the night?
Why can’t I sleep tonight? What happened to you during the day? What’s on your mind right now? Moral Support from other non-sleepers.
Let’s share our know-how on how to fall asleep. Do you take sleeping pills? Do you rely on meditation, write a diary or natural remedies?
Noise, light, too hot, too cold, disruptive bedmate, children or pets, unfamiliar bed. Share your Environmental Sleep Aspects that stop you from sleeping.
In this section we share recommendations to survive Insomnia, how to make it through the next day. What concealer works best for you? What painkiller?
Oh, your best friend Insomnia visited you again during the night? Well this is the perfect place to keep track of her unwanted visits, as well as the reasons behind them, and whatever catering you served at the time (Yes, we mean whatever sleeping pills, remedies or potions you tried). Don’t worry though, just like that boy in the movie Sixth Sense, ONLY YOU will be able to see this!
Well, you obviously survived the night if you’re reading this. But how was your day after, with a painfully slow brain and a complete lack of focus? Did you need to cancel something you were looking forward to, or did someone tell you something brilliant?
Our mind has a powerful, built-in self-torture feature. What are your regrets and painful memories that keep you up at night? Do share with the rest.