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Amy Wright Glenn discusses how meditation can lead to transforming painful memories or emotions from the past and using them positively in the future.
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Last night, I found my MP3 player and listened to some meditations before bed. It really helped. If anyone would like to listen to them, go to: http://www.meditationoasis.com/podcast/listen-to-podcast/ There are some meditations specifically for rest and relaxation. The Deep Rest Guided Meditation is excellent. There is even a Sleep Meditation for Children. They have meditations for everything – ones to energize you and many more – too many to list here.
I’ve slept better last night than I have in a long time. My insomnia hardly bothered me at all once I started listening to the meditations. I listened to a couple of them before I started drifting off. I should have started it a lot sooner. Oh well, better late then never! I think I’ll try this every night. Does anyone else use meditation? Does it help you with sleeping or anything else in your life? Please comment below! Thanks,