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Tip #35: Selective dreaming

Tip #35: Selective dreaming

 

“If you can dream it, you can do it” said Albert Einstein. Having said that, all that’s left is to choose when we’re dreaming about. One leading cause of sleep anxiety and similar symptoms of having difficulty falling asleep, is the fear of dreams. Sometimes, ironically, the fear of the dream is more frightening than the dream itself, as it creates a conscious experience and makes the dream so alive and realistic. 

Therefore, whether you experience the fear of dreams as a cause, or have another cause of trouble falling asleep, we invite you to try to imagine the dreams you do want to experience tonight. Try to change the terminology of your own subconscious and enrich your falling asleep experience with positivity and sense of control - you choose your own dreams, you’re taking care of your own sleep.

 

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