Here’s my Peaceful Sleep Meditation for your wellbeing! I’ve created a calming meditation to help you to unwind, no matter how anxious you’ve been feeling. No meditation experience is needed, and the track is suitable for all ages (even children). It uses imagery of a wishing tree and shooting stars.
Here’s some initial feedback from others: ‘it was extremely calming, I found it very good for de-stressing as it follows a logical process.’
‘I find it ultra relaxing and very beautiful. I had deep sleeps and a couple of times I fell asleep before the track ended. ‘
Also, ‘I am battling a heavy head cold at the moment and this was a welcome relief. I really enjoyed it. I fell asleep straight after it and didn’t toss and turn. I think it was fantastic, your voice is very soothing. Loved the music.’
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the purpose of the track?
This meditation will help you to let go of worry, reconnect with your true nature as a self-healing being, and have a sound night’s sleep.
How do I know it will be effective?
I’ve been testing this meditation on myself and clients for some time. Even my husband, Kris started falling asleep while helping me to record the track!
Who is it suitable for?
All ages and levels of meditators, from beginners to advanced. Kids will love it. No experience needed. Just a desire to let go and connect to your purest guidance.
Do I have to sit up or lie down?
I suggest lying down in bed, as you’re likely to fall asleep during, or after the track plays. It’s up to you.
Will it help me if I see 11:11 and repeating numbers?
Yes – I have been researching the 11:11 on clocks phenomenon for years and read for hundreds, if not thousands of people who are 11:11 See’rs. Meditation is one of the best ways you can harness this portal for change and evolution. It will help you create a bridge between the worlds, so you can lift to the next level of wellbeing and self-confidence.
What if I can’t see anything when I’m meditating?
Read my article on 6 Myths About Meditation – Why It’s Easier Than Your Thinking If you practice this visualisation (an audio link is in the post), this may help you get started with meditation.
If you can daydream, think of your last holiday, or remember your first kiss, then you can meditate – it’s just another way we use our imagination to help ourselves. If you still find nothing is happening, try drinking more water, eating organic food, stretching, or going for a walk first.
It’s hard to tune in, when you’re dehydrated, hungry, tired or restless. Once you feel nourished, you’ll have more energy to meditate. And remember that using a computer or phone just before sleep also makes it harder to let go. Try to switch them off at least an hour before you snooze.
Please note: some people are better at seeing Spirit (clairvoyance), while others tend to hear Spirit (clairaudience) or feel Spirit (clairsentience). It depends on what you are willing to receive and how to learn, so don’t compare yourself to others, just focus on what you can do.
Will it help me go to sleep?
Definitely! If it doesn’t help you to relax after you’ve tried it for at least a week at bedtime, email me and I’ll organise a refund. I’d also love to hear your suggestions for improvement or to receive your feedback.
Audio and Words copyright Sarah Yip 2017
Recording, Mixing and Cover Design by Kris Anderson – he offers affordable meditation recording packages in Brisbane/ QLD
Cover Image used under license from Shutterstock.com
Background Music is ‘Adrift Volume 2’ by Christopher Lloyd Clarke.
Thank you for your understanding and support of my work.
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