The Mind Strength Balance Podcast

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April 10, 2020  

Poor Sleep is an Addiction

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Your sleep problems are in your mind, but, if you're like most people, you don't want to hear it.

Everyone appreciates good sleep, but few people will put themselves at risk to get it.There is something subtle going on here because sleep is something which you work toward indirectly.

Good sleep is a consequence of certain habits, just as bad sleep is. The habits are cognitive, they pertain to how you think. Thinking habits are the root of all addictions

In this piece, I make the argument that you must view your sleep problems as an addiction. I have a solution: my book and my online course. You can find information about the book and the course by clicking here.


To read and to print an illustrated version of this audio, please go to the text version HERE.

February 8, 2020  

Woodpecker (hypnotic induction)

Woodpecker is a guided visualization to put you to sleep. It first sets you up, and then knocks you out. Not everyone is vulnerable, so it may not knock you out outright, but it will take you an important step toward sleep.


CAUTION:
Do not listen to this HYPNOTIC AUDIO while operating machinery or driving a car!

February 8, 2020  

Discovering the New World (sleep 4 of 4)

In this fourth of four pieces on sleep and sleep therapy, I emphasize that your sleep problems lie in the balance of your mind. Only you can fully integrate issues and resolve conflicts that exist in your thoughts, emotions, focus, and awareness. Follow my ongoing work in sleep therapy for more information.

See www.mindstrengthbalance.com for more sleep resources.


To read and to print an illustrated version of this audio, please go to the text version HERE.

 

February 7, 2020  

Sailing the Sea of Sleep (sleep 3 of 4)

In this third of four pieces on sleep and sleep therapy, I consider the psychology of sleep. This is the personality part of what goes on during sleep.

See www.mindstrengthbalance.com for more sleep resources.


To read and to print an illustrated version of this audio, please go to the text version HERE.

February 7, 2020  

Relearning To Sleep (sleep 2 of 4)

In this second of four pieces on sleep and sleep therapy, I turn to neurology and look at sleep from the perspective of your brainwaves.

See www.mindstrengthbalance.com for more sleep resources.


To read and to print an illustrated version of this audio, please go to the text version HERE.

February 7, 2020  

Who Says What Sleep Is? (sleep 1 of 4)

A surge of interest in the consequences of poor sleep has gotten people worried about what is perceived to be a growing epidemic. The perception is false and is more a social trend than a new phenomenon. Lack of sleep is a problem that has been with us for decades.

To better understand what sleep is, you need to better understand the interests of those who give, sell, and guard this information. Sleep is an essential asset and, like money, you’re not allowed to define it for yourself.

This is the first of four pieces in sleep and sleep therapy. See www.mindstrengthbalance.com for more sleep resources.


To read and to print an illustrated version of this audio, please go to the text version HERE.