Sleep Meditation

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Sleep Meditation Is A Technique To Tap Into The Lowest Brain Waves. It Is A Deep Meditative State That Leads To Relaxation & Peace


In today’s fast-paced world, it is quite difficult to have a relaxed stress-free state of Mind. It is also hardly surprising that there is a huge increase in sleep difficulties.

Sleep meditation is a blissful way to ease out the tension and Stress Relief. It acts as a natural sleep aid, allowing you to easily & effortlessly lower your brain frequency and slip into the gap between your thoughts.

Thoughts are constantly rushing in our unconscious minds during sleep, which makes it difficult to gain a restful eye. Hense, Sleep Meditation is a blissful tool to ease out the tension and rest. It acts as a natural sleep aid, allowing you to effortlessly lower your brain frequency and get a good night’s sleep.

The sleep meditation technique that we teach at Home Of Wellness will allow you to easily tap into the lowest brain frequencies to achieve a Delta State and get all the way into a Samadhi State (Transcendence state), thus quietening those late-night thoughts.


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    Different people need different amounts of sleep. Eight and a quarter hours is the average for adults. Some people can cope very well with much less and some need much more every night.


    The first three hours of sleep have the deepest stages of sleep (Slow Wave Sleep). Later on in the night, we have more of the sleep stage with vivid dreams (Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, REM sleep).


    You cannot make yourself fall asleep – just like you can’t digest your food faster. Sleep onset is not something we can control. We can only create the right conditions for sleep – both in our minds and in our environment.




    Sleep is a master regulator of health. It is an essential healing process for the body which can be easily induced through a guided sleep meditation.


    During sleep state, powerful healing and growth hormones are secreted, which stimulates growth and repair in the body, and the stress hormone cortisol cannot be produced in the body.


    The sleeping state is the same as the one achieved through Samadhi Meditation.


    Therefore, the regular practice of meditation can help you to handle stressful situations with a clear and relaxed mind.


    So if you’re having trouble falling asleep, and feeling lethargic and not rested while awake, sleep meditation is highly recommended, together with Karma Healing, to get to the root of the issues and float in peaceful bliss. 

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    It reduces measures of arousal in the brain, which makes it a great tool for those looking for an all-natural, medication-free way to treat insomnia since it has even been shown to help reduce the use of sleeping pills.

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    It helps process one’s emotions and can make you feel more energized and alert for the next day.

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    Increased and better sleep can lower levels of stress, improve heart condition and immune systems, and encourage better eating habits and weight management.

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    It helps in a process called memory consolidation to improve memory and maintain focus.

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    Yes, regular practice of sleep meditation has shown to work effectively in improving sleep quality and sleep cycle. Meditation is a proven scientific method to relax the mind and body, and sleep is a natural by-product of this.

    The ancient meditation techniques taught at Home of Wellness Team belongs to the original 112 meditation techniques of Adiyogi (1st yogi) Shiva, and are the best and highest forms of meditation that one can practice for well-being and healing.

    The benefits of meditating in the morning are more as you are well rested, refreshed, and probably less things are going on in your mind. Doing meditation at night can make your sleep better and also make your brain sharper.

    Meditation is in itself a sleep state. The deep relaxation techniques of sleep meditation has shown to improve sleep duration, sleep quality and shorten the time required to go to sleep.

    Yes. It is fine to choose any comfortable place to meditate where you feel relaxed, focussed, and positive and which is a quiet place. It is best to be seated upright while meditation, without exerting yourself.

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