Sleepless? Awaken and Get a Great Night's Sleep

by Daniel J Schwarzhoff

Artwork by Kristen Schwarzhoff / See

Is there a way to break free from a cycle of sleep deprivation and awaken to a life of revitalized energy, unwavering focus, and profound inner peace? There sure is.

Sleep is how we recharge our batteries, heal our bodies, and prepare for life. When sleep-deprived, we're weaker, slower, and less creative.

But you can wake up every morning feeling refreshed, energized, and clear-headed, with a renewed sense of purpose.

Experiencing this state of well-being requires understanding stress, what it is, and how it directly impacts your sleep quality—the little stresses, the big stresses, the obvious as well as the not-so-obvious.

We Grow from Stress

Stress is our ever-present companion. It shapes our personal growth like a sculptor molding clay. But we need the intermittent stress of daily living to grow and develop as human beings.

But it is how we meet it that counts most.

Meeting worldly stress and pressure without it consuming you is essential to living a fulfilling life. It's not about avoiding it or distracting from it. That would only inhibit our human development.

Instead, we must evolve a means to meet every temptation to get upset with true calmness and confidence so that we grow from stressful experiences.

Then, even when faced with the inevitable adversities of daily life, we find confidence. We realize how the force of love and goodness is always at work in the world and ultimately will triumph over evil.

Giving Up Struggle

We all have the capacity within us to experience resilience to stress. And we develop that by practicing Non-Contemplative Meditation™. The resulting change in our inner being allows us to sleep like babies.

Non-Contemplative Meditation isn't just another mindful meditation technique; it transcends the ordinary. It is a spiritual exercise that touches on the metaphysical origins of stress, addressing why you cannot get a good night's sleep.

Good Stress Gone Bad

Stress doesn't directly steal your peaceful slumber. It is the always-present disorder of daily life that exerts pressure. It gets inside to emotionally upset, involving your thinking and physiology. That is what keeps you up at night. It is your stress reaction. And whether you're conscious or unconscious makes all the difference.

Anytime that stress strikes while you're unconscious, the negative energy of resentment enters. Your mind becomes a battlefield of negativity, emotions run wild, and turbulent thoughts emerge.

If you could instead meet stress consciously, you would be led away from that evil. You would experience instant mastery over the dark force of resentment. You would exist and live within the realm of the present. You would find that you are disconnected from the relentless chatter in your mind and the crippling effects of negative thinking and emotion. Sounds pretty good, doesn't it. It is.

Break Free and Sleep Soundly

This spiritual practice liberates you from the relentless chains of resentment we all encounter. Consciousness guides you to reconnect with your Creator and the understanding of your true self. The result?

Profound inner peace, even when faced with life's temptations and challenges, and a night's sleep that revitalizes, whether the stress is chronic or intermittent.

With such spiritual harmony, your mind and body become naturally aligned with the will of your Creator.

Spiritual connectivity with God is the linchpin for optimal mental and physical well-being. And when you are connected, you become well. You immediately and naturally develop high-quality sleep patterns.

How It Works

Sleep quality hinges on your body's response to stress through the sympathetic nervous system (SNS). Mishandled stressful events, the little and the big things, invite resentment energy into your being, spinning upsetting emotion. Then, you're left in a state of suppressed arousal even well after the danger has passed. You don't even know it's happening.

How on earth can you sleep like that? You cannot.

Imagination, typically a source of creativity, now works against you. The SNS releases adrenaline and cortisol, raising your heart rate, blood pressure, and muscle tension, making it impossible to attain a peaceful night's rest.

Try to sleep in this heightened state of arousal. It's just not going to happen.

But consciousness, awareness, and ensuing forgiveness allow you to healthily navigate the fields of inevitable stress. Then, the transition from SNS to PNS (parasympathetic nervous system) creates a harmonious equilibrium. It prepares your body for deep, uninterrupted sleep — a phenomenon known as homeostasis.

A transformation within your autonomic nervous system eases you into a restful sleep. You become liberated from resentment and the disruptive impact of stress-charged, repressed emotion and fear.

Becoming free of anger and mastering resentment, now you conquer fear as it falls away, fostering perfect inner peace and regenerative sleep. No drugs. No hypnotic devices. Just natural, restful sleep.

Not a Sleep Hack

Non-Contemplative Meditation stands out, unlike techniques that rely on external stimuli like soothing music, mantras, or bedtime stories for temporary relief through hypnotic distraction. It addresses the source of the core anxiety that hampers the individual's ability to sleep and maintain a peaceful night's rest.

Non-Contemplative Meditation is not a spot treatment for insomnia. It's the spiritual answer to a spiritual conundrum. It is an anti-hypnotic that awakens you from the trance-like effect of unconsciousness, offering a perspective that is free from emotional judgment.

Spiritual Tools are for a Spiritual Issues

In essence, Non-Contemplative Meditation is a profoundly spiritual practice recognizing the spiritual origins of stress. It is a spiritual solution to overcome the adverse effects of stress met improperly, without love.

It is your spiritual tool to raise consciousness so that you confront stress at its core, liberating you from resentment and anger. There are no rituals or doctrines to accept, only the open-mindedness to try that paves the way for a full, restorative night's sleep.

Sure, drugs and natural supplements can sometimes serve as temporary solutions. They do help induce sleep. But they address symptoms, not the underlying emotional unrest that really keeps you up at night. Correcting the root cause of poor sleep patterns is essential.

If you yearn for restful sleep and a life that is free from the damaging effects stress, take the path of consciousness. Non-Contemplative Meditation is the way, and the choice is now yours.