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STUDY: Naps good for heart health...
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RE: STUDY: Naps good for heart health...
daersoulkeeper  Wrote: (09-10-2019 10:51 PM)
i mean...duh...

breaking: food essential for survival

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as this old 'white' gentleman describes nap as a universal mammalian trait.
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Quote:Changing Our Sleep Time

Probably Seth's most original — and perhaps most difficult — advice on the subject of using our dreamtime is his suggestion that we sleep in shorter segments. Early man, Seth points out, was used to awakening several times during the night because of the need to guard himself and his family. It's not really natural for human beings to sleep for extended periods.

When we are asleep, Seth says, our consciousness is away from our bodies. And it's not good for us to be away for so many hours at a time.

Seth recommends two sleep periods of three hours each as the ideal, but adds:

There are many variations, in fact, that would be better than your present system. Ideally, sleeping five hours at a time, you gain the maximum benefit, and anything else over this time is not nearly as helpful. Those who require more sleep would then take, say, a two-hour nap. For others a four-hour block sleep session and two naps would be highly beneficial. With suggestion properly given, the body can recuperate in half the time now given to sleep.[3]

One advantage of not sleeping through the night would be that we might take walks during the early hours when negative ions are most prevalent. These walks, Seth says, would be most beneficial to our health. Also:

As a result of more frequent, briefer sleep periods, there would also be higher peaks of conscious focus, and a more steady renewal of both physical and psychic activity. There would not be such a definite division between the various areas or levels of the self.[4]

Seth even suggests that many common psychological problems, including schizophrenia, would be alleviated if shorter sleep patterns were adopted. But the most important reason for changing our sleeping patterns, Seth says, is that it "would definitely result in greater understanding of the nature of the self."

The inner dreaming portions of the personality seem strange to you not only because of a basic difference of focus, but because you clearly devote opposite portions of a twenty-four hour cycle to these areas of the self. You separate them as much as possible. In doing so you divide your intuitive, creative, and psychic abilities quite neatly from your physical, manipulative, objective abilities. It makes no difference how many hours of sleep you think you need. You would be much better off sleeping in several shorter periods, and you would actually then require less time.[5]

How to Remember Our Dreams

Seth says that to remember our dreams involves nothing more complicated than simply giving ourselves suggestions, before going to sleep, that we will awaken as soon as a dream is completed.

We will keep a dream journal or a recorder beside our beds, and write the dream down or speak it into the recorder upon awakening.

A variation of this idea is Seth's suggestion that the sequence of our dreams is important. For example, we might give ourselves the suggestion that we are going to awaken after our first four or five dreams, remembering all of them, or even awaken after each of our first five dreams in order to record them individually.[6]

Later, when we have accumulated many dreams over a period of time, Seth says, we would compare these dreams based upon the order of their occurrence — for example, we would compare the second recalled dream from any one evening with the second dream from all other evenings.

If such experiments are carried on consistently over a period of years, then the results could lead to excellent evidence for the various layers of the subconscious and inner self.

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I just took a great nap


I need to do this more often
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RE: STUDY: Naps good for heart health...
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-11-2019 03:56 AM)
daersoulkeeper  Wrote: (09-10-2019 10:51 PM)
i mean...duh...

breaking: food essential for survival

derp

Make the Mexican culture Great Again !
chuckle

as this old 'white' gentleman describes nap as a universal mammalian trait.
facinating...

how to Siesta !




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