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Insomnia Spiritual Meaning: Is It Spiritual Awakening?

Insomnia is a sleeping disorder that’s characterized by difficulty falling asleep. There are two types of insomnia; the first type of insomnia is when the person has sleep problems that are not directly associated with any other conditions or health problems.

The second type is when the person has sleeping problems due to something else, like medical conditions or side effects of drugs. Meanwhile, there could be other meanings for this condition.

Like a hypnic jerk, insomnia or disruption in the sleeping cycle can be caused by spiritual awakening. Sometimes, people can sleep for fewer hours or no sleep at all. If this happens to you, you have to go with the flow. Many people never completely rest during the spiritual awakening because spiritual awakening gives them ideas to keep them busy all through.

Falling asleep is a process of trust, which requires your ability to let go of your activity and open yourself to the unknown. Every time you fall asleep, you’ll go through a “minor death.”

And once asleep, the things that were suppressed during the day will manifest in your unconsciousness.

People who have difficulties falling asleep cannot free themselves. Therefore, finish your day correctly and get ready for tonight.

Do not think of the day that will come because it will take care of itself.

Just open yourself to what will come and include darkness as part of life.

Spiritual cure for Insomnia

If a spiritual awakening causes Insomnia, you can use spiritual ways to treat this condition. It’s not some form of medicated treatment but a way to get proper to yourself.

While these techniques don’t offer a sure way to get rid of sleep troubles, they can help handle insomnia issues.

When treating insomnia spiritually, you should have thought of ways to deal with insomnia, like preparing for sleep and then getting to sleep. Let’s start with preparing for sleep.

Using the following feng shui techniques can help you turn your bedroom into a peaceful state, inviting relaxation and encouraging a good night’s sleep. Start by removing anything in your bedroom that isn’t useful or doesn’t bring you joy.

Clean any clutter from under your bed, your drawers, and even at the back of your closet. Dust out the corners of your room and make your bed.

Remove as many electronics as you can. If you opt to have a phone or personal device, keep it as far as possible from the bed.

The blue light from your device can inhibit melatonin production, which helps you fall asleep. 

Once your bedroom is clean and clutter-free, make some changes to make it appealing to your senses. You have to surround yourself with soft colors, such as earth tones.

An occasional splash of vibrant colors is good, but the overall effect should be appealing and peaceful. Make sure your head is against the wall, and the bed is accessible from both sides.

If you’re bothered by a slight noise, try using a white noise machine or play some soothing music to help you relax. You may also use a diffuser with scented essential oils like jasmine and lavender are great to help you relax.

Check the fabric that touches your skin; it should be soft and inviting. The pillows and the mattress should also support your weight comfortably.

When getting to sleep, acupressure works by removing the energy blockages in the body while restoring the flow of qi throughout the body. This restored life energy will bring a sense of balance to the body, mind, and spirit, leading to a night of deep sleep.

One of the most effective acupressure points for insomnia is “The Spirit Gate.” 

    To find this point:

  1. Put your right thumb on the horizontal crease of your left wrist in line with your little finger.
  2. Press or massage this point gently for a minute or two while you breathe deeply into your belly.
  3. Repeat, on the other hand.
  4. Continue to alternate sides until your body and spirit relax.

Another technique is the qigong. Start lying on your back in bed, arms at your sides to do this.

While your heels remain on the bed, lift your toes. It will make your feet are positioned at right angles to your legs and feel a stretch up the back of your legs.

Turn your palms toward your thighs, then clench your fists and curl them inward until you feel stretch in your wrists. As you squeeze your fists as tightly as possible, lift your head and look at your toes.

Breathe in and hold your breath to a count of four, then breathe out with a whoosh, relaxing your body simultaneously.

Suppose you had no trouble getting to sleep but find yourself wide awake in the middle of the night. It could be you are worried about some things, such as thinking about the undone project at work, the annoying thing your sister said, or the strange noise your car is making.

Or worst, the fear that something is wrong with you will never sleep again. 

To break this irregular sleep cycle, know your sacred hours. For example, your first sleep segment begins between 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm, followed by a wakeful period of a few hours in the middle of the night, usually around midnight.

Then, it’s followed by a second sleep through the morning.

Once you understand that segmented sleep is normal, you may now stop forcing yourself to sleep. Instead, use those wakeful hours to reimagine your environment, rethink yourself, or grab this opportunity to reconnect with your spirit and creativity.

Another method you can use is meditation practice. Use this time to make a connection with your inner spirit.

If you don’t know how to meditate or find meditation difficult, begin noticing your breath as it moves in and out of the body.

For every inhale, focus “in” the word in, and with every exhale, focus on the word “out.” Notice how cool the air is as you breathe in and how warm the air is as you breathe out.

As you continue breathing, notice how your body relaxes and continues to grow into an ever growing sense of peace. If you have trouble meditating, listen to a guided meditation app.

During the hours, you aren’t sleepy, so instead of thinking about the mistakes and missteps you did in the past, why not use this time to focus on the positive things. Please start with the things you are grateful for, like the warmth of your bed it gives you or your friends who support you.

Perhaps, you have recently enjoyed a great meal or heard your favorite song. Be gentle with yourself; just thinking of one or two things you’re grateful for can make a difference in how you sleep.

A positive shift in the way you think can bring an inner sense of calm, which can help you get a restful sleep.

No matter what keeps you awake at night, there’s always a way to bring some light into the darkness and care for your heart and soul with kindness.

However, what about the meaning of when you're laughing while asleep? You can find the answers and interpretations of that in the article I wrote about the Spiritual Meaning of Laughing in Your Sleep. 

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Full moon insomnia spiritual meaning

Humans share a deep connection with the moon. This beautiful celestial body has been the subject of fascination in mythology and folklore.

You have studied in your science class the moon’s size, surface area, rotation time, approximate age, and its gravitational pull on the ocean. Many people have spent millions of dollars on it to walk on it.

Yet, when it comes to the moon’s effect on human behavior, it remains a great deal of mystery and a subject still unproven. It has been long said that the full moon can trigger energy that can affect an unstable person into sanity – it is where the word lunatic came from.

It’s because some people tend to become violent or have seizures.

However, there’s an exception – sleep. Some people can’t sleep during a full moon, and there’s some reason behind it.

Firstly, a full moon is bright as it can light up the sky like a flashlight. These rays are reflected, but there are still rays of the sun.

For light-sensitive people, it may be simply that your brain thinks it’s morning.

A more magical explanation why the full moon can cause insomnia is because the full moon sits in opposition to the sun. It creates energetic friction that humans sit amongst.

The sun and the moon have a gravitational pull on the earth; therefore, you are being pulled in opposite directions. 

Your energetic body feels opposed during a full moon. Luckily, crystals can help.

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Try sleeping with a crystal around you during a full moon and see what type of crystal works for you. You can try fluorite, labradorite, black tourmaline, and black obsidian.

These stones can deflect energy, and they don’t have to be big; their energy is what matters most.

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Moreover, the full moon also likes to align you and your heart. The moon rules your emotion, and feel the vibration that shifts you.

Sometimes you need a significant shift, and that’s what’s keeping you up. So, the next time the full moon keeps you awake, see what it has to say, so instead of fighting it and trying to sleep, embrace this connection and use it to go deep within.

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Karen is a Psychic Medium, a Professional Astrologer, a Spiritual Advisor, and a Life Coach who has been in this career for 19+ years. She specializes in numerology, tarot and oracle cards, twin flames, love & relationships, zodiac, horoscope, dreams interpretation, and astrology. She aims to provide comfort and assurance using her abilities to offer answers to those who seek professional guidance. Read More About Karen Here.