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Better Sleep: Day 1
Vanessa Keranovic
Watching Now
Better Sleep: Day 1
Better Sleep: Day 1
Vanessa Keranovic • 06:06

If you struggle to calm your thoughts before bed, this course can help you with inspiration and insight into different practices and rituals on your journey to a more peaceful and restorative sleep. This course will go over the key concepts and methods, highlighting the importance of mindfulness and the demand for creating a sleep schedule that nourishes your body, mind, and soul.

The distinction between the modes of being and acting is among the key ideas covered in this course. The doing mode—the way we go about our daily business—is a reflection of our goal-oriented, proactive attitude. The being mode, on the other hand, invites us to absorb the moment as it is, take a break, ponder without judgment, and savor the joy of just being. The ability to transition from the doing to the being mode, which allows us to relax and be ready for a good night's sleep, is something we learn how to accomplish via the practice of mindfulness.

The quality of our sleep can be improved with the help of mindfulness practice. We become less reactive to troubling thoughts and more intentional in our actions when we regularly practice it. By adopting mindfulness to examine our situations and thoughts objectively. We can get fresh perspectives on how we behave and determine areas where we can change. We can also develop a calm state of mind that is conducive to a restful night's sleep by frequently practicing mindfulness.


Watching Now
Better Sleep: Day 1
Better Sleep: Day 1
Vanessa Keranovic • 06:06

If you struggle to calm your thoughts before bed, this course can help you with inspiration and insight into different practices and rituals on your journey to a more peaceful and restorative sleep. This course will go over the key concepts and methods, highlighting the importance of mindfulness and the demand for creating a sleep schedule that nourishes your body, mind, and soul.

The distinction between the modes of being and acting is among the key ideas covered in this course. The doing mode—the way we go about our daily business—is a reflection of our goal-oriented, proactive attitude. The being mode, on the other hand, invites us to absorb the moment as it is, take a break, ponder without judgment, and savor the joy of just being. The ability to transition from the doing to the being mode, which allows us to relax and be ready for a good night's sleep, is something we learn how to accomplish via the practice of mindfulness.

The quality of our sleep can be improved with the help of mindfulness practice. We become less reactive to troubling thoughts and more intentional in our actions when we regularly practice it. By adopting mindfulness to examine our situations and thoughts objectively. We can get fresh perspectives on how we behave and determine areas where we can change. We can also develop a calm state of mind that is conducive to a restful night's sleep by frequently practicing mindfulness.


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