INTRODUCTION TO THE METHOD:
Sleep is not something you pursue and hope to capture;
Sleep is something you allow to overtake you.
These techniques are designed to persuade your mind to surrender to sleep.
This is not a process of harnessing the mind,
It is a process of letting your mind run free.
These techniques are the opposite of meditation;.
They do not empty the mind of random uncontrolled thought,
They purposefully fill the mind with random uncontrolled thought.
That’s because in the progression between being awake and being asleep there is an interim state in
which thoughts come together in a distinctly peculiar manner. If you can induce that state—with its
unique form of thought—the next step will be sleep.
When first using any of these techniques you may fall asleep quickly yet not stay asleep. This is
because, I am guessing, IF restlessness, tossing and turning and waking up during the night, has
become a habit, it is ingrained in your system. Your body has re-wired itself to do that. So, until that
switch is repaired, waking up again is likely to occur. Upon waking up, simply apply the technique
again and you will fall asleep again. After some days, your habit will become sleeping through the
night. More interestingly, after applying the technique for a few weeks you will discover that it works for
you more immediately, and that you sleep more soundly.
|According to the University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center insomnia is a chronic problem for about 10% of the
population, and as many as 25% of Americans report occasional sleeping problems.
|Why these SLEEP INDUCEMENT TECHNIQUES are better than drugs
Read the label on sleep “medications.”
Typical side effects are “Drowsiness, dizziness, headaches, irritability.”
Does that sound like what you want from a good night’s sleep?
|Sleep is the most natural thing in the world.
TRY THESE SLEEP INDUCEMENT TECHNIQUES
and rediscover that simple fact.
As a resident night manager of a small privately owned hotel I found myself being jarred awake from a
sound sleep for various reasons during the night and over many years. Because I slept with one ear
out for the house phone and one ear on the doorbell, it was impossible for me to get a good night’s
sleep. And I was exhausted much of the time, until I developed these Sleep Inducement Techniques.
The benefit of having continually, randomly, disturbed sleep was that I had countless chances to
observe the process that takes place between wakefulness and sleep. I had uncountable opportunities
to experience the progression between wakefulness and sleep, and to study (if you will) that interim
state. I thought that if I could induce that kind of unique thinking—consciously putting my mind into the
interim state--the next step would be sleep. That, in fact, has proven to be the case.
The question for a very long time was: How do I initiate such thought? I certainly had the time, as well
as the opportunity, to find out. And that is what I did.
r. mansfield, editor
|You do not have to understand how it works.
You don’t even have to believe that it works.
Try it and see for yourself.
|YES, I know this sounds like quackery.
This article is NOT a sales ploy to get you
to subscribe to SLUMBER Magazine.
SLUMBER Magazine doesn't even exist.
However, if you get a good night's sleep
using these techniques, and write a clever
little article about that experience, maybe I'll
launch SLUMBER Magazine and feature
your clever little article on the cover of the
first issue. That's something to think about.
|Copyright 2012 © R.Mansfield
|Copyright 2012 © R.Mansfield
|We hear it all the time:
“I’d give anything for a
good night’s sleep.”
The question is:
WHAT WOULD YOU GIVE FOR A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP?
try another over-the-counter drug
attend any ‘sleep therapy’ session
fly off somewhere to a Sleep Clinic
And most importantly
BEFORE YOU lose your mind
Would you be willing to GIVE into your body’s own
NAURAL DESIRE for SLEEP?
TWO EFFECTIVE SLEEP INDUCEMENT TECHNIQUES