Tamie was a very beautiful woman in her
mid 50s. She has been a famous artist for
many years now, and much loved by all.
She had achieved everything she wanted in
her life: a fantastic mansion, three cars, a
lot of money to fulfil all her wishes as long
as she lived and a most attractive younger
husband who adored her.
Her life was perfect — or perhaps not!
She had a huge problem; Tamie was so
stressed that it was almost impossible for
her to fall asleep — and this made her
feel worse every day.
When the night came she was always
frightened to go to bed because it would
” Again the same! My brain starts having
all these endless thoughts and continuous
conversations; they never stop, and I can’t
go to sleep. It’s so hard for me, it’s torture.
I must do something about this, otherwise
I won’t last long “.
And so she did……..
The Winged God
Sleep is a common part of life, and it is
perfectly normal to wake up during the
night to turn or adjust our covers, to go
to the bathroom or due to some noise.
As we grow older our body changes over
time and our sleeping patterns become
Still any human being will need the same
amount of sleep during his entire life, with an
average of 7 to 8 hours each night.
Getting enough sleep is vital for the body
to repair and recover in order to be healthy.
Obviously there are internal factors like
emotional stress, and external factors like
physical changes that disrupt our sleep.
The way we think, feel and act during the
day determines how well we will sleep at
So take all the necessary steps to feel calm,
peaceful and happy as much as possible,
and keep your life under control;
so that every night you get good quantity and
The following tips will help you get great
sleep so you can be healthy physically
a) Your bedroom should be painted light blue
or light green for relaxation, and it should be cool,
dark and quiet without TV or other screens.
b) Make certain your bed is very comfortable
and your pillows and covers give you a
c) Go to bed and wake up the same time
d) Go out of the house during the day to get
some natural light on a daily basis.
e) Have a bedtime routine you follow
exactly every night.
f) Avoid any exercise in the evening,
although a leisure 15/20 minute walk will
be very useful.
g) Have a healthy dinner at least 2 hours
before you go to bed, and avoid alcohol,
caffeine and too many liquids.
Have a cup of chamomile with a full teaspoon
h) Avoid any arguments, long discussions
and all kinds of work.
i) Prepare your brain by reading, listening
to music and praying.
If you wake up during the night and have
trouble falling back to sleep, try not to
stress and worry and follow these steps:
1) Remain in your bed, breathe, relax
and focus on repeating a word like “ Peace “
until you fall asleep again.
You can also help yourself by:
* Taking Rescue Remedy Night.
* Smelling Lavender Pure Essential Oil.
2) If at the end you find it absolutely
impossible to sleep again use Mindful
Meditation or Visualisation to rejuvenate
your body and mind, at least.
Have a good night’s sleep!