First of all, let me just say (in case anyone interprets my question the wrong way) that I believe that all alignment at any time has value.

That said, I've noticed that with a lot of the Inward Quest techniques, timing seems to be important.

For instance, Stingray advocates using focus blocks in the morning to get aligned, and a lot of people put their manifestation requests in their box before going to sleep at night.

Many ancient spiritual traditions advocate meditation at night, prior to sleep. So there seems to be some merit in aligning with source before bedtime.

I'm interested to know if there are any exercises or techniques out there that people use before sleep. Since sleep involves a long stretch of unconsciousness, it would seem valuable to be able to positively affect your level of vibration and alignment during the unconscious state.

I'm very curious about any ideas out there.

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asked 18 May '13, 13:10

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@Lozenge123-Great question:)

(18 May '13, 13:18) Satori

often sleeping on a problem, that is, thinking about the problem just before going to sleep, results in having the solution come along spontaneously in the morning

(18 May '13, 13:29) ru bis

When you go to sleep in the vortex, you wake up in the vortex. It makes it easier to stay in the vortex in the morning. So you don't spend a lot of time aligning yourself in the morning and get a kick start for your day. I tried this many times and it works great.

(18 May '13, 15:17) releaser99

@releaser99 - This was great! Thanks very much for the Abraham vid.

(18 May '13, 15:48) lozenge123
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Focus on appreciating all that is good in your life,

or even better focus on the qualities you love about yourself.

When you do this, and you wake up, you'll be SOOO relaxed, you'll only be focused on your body and thoughts loving thoughts about yourself will still be flowing through your mind and you'll feel all powerful and free.

It feels really nice.


answered 18 May '13, 14:07

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@arpgme - Nice, thanks for sharing.

(18 May '13, 15:49) lozenge123

@arpgme during the winter it's cold here and when it's bedtime I sure do appreciate ,Love when my toes are warm again under the covers... :D

(20 May '13, 08:01) ursixx

After I get in bed, I say a prayer of thanks for all the blessings in my life, and I list some. Then, when I am ready to go to sleep, I position myself comfortably, how I would to fall asleep. Without moving or touching my hands, I feel my right hand, then my left hand, then both hands until I fall asleep.


answered 18 May '13, 13:35

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Fairy Princess

@Fairy Princess - Very interesting, thank you.

(18 May '13, 15:48) lozenge123
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