Unconscious Alarm Clock

Yesterday was my 14th day using the Holosync Program. Beginning today, it is recommended that I listen to the recordings for a full 1-hour. My routine for the past two-weeks has been to get up at 5:00am, meditate, with the first recording, for thirty-minutes and then write for sixty – ninety minutes until my daughter wakes up.

The thought of meditating for one-hour, from 5:00 – 6:00 and leaving only thirty – sixty minutes for writing did not feel good. So last night as I was getting ready to go to bed I began thinking about my options.

Sometime during that thought process, the thought popped into my head, “what if I get up at 4:30? That will give me an hour to meditate and still leave me with plenty of time to write.”

My reasonable mind quickly nixed that idea based on the belief that getting up at 4:30 is completely unreasonable!

But guess what! Apparently my unconscious and unreasonable mind liked the idea. Because this morning at 4:25 I found myself laying in bed wide awake. So rather than push against the river, I went with the flow and came downstairs for an hour of meditation with the Holosync recording.

Which leads me very nicely into…The Holosync Update – Day 15.

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      2 Responses to “Unconscious Alarm Clock”

      1. richard on February 16th, 2007 8:27 am

        It is a real blessing to be able to meditate at 4.30pm.

        My spirit would be willing, but alas my body is not always so cooperative at that time!

      2. Becky on December 12th, 2007 7:40 am

        Thanks for your comments. I am at the point where I am trying to make financial decisions to continue with Holosync. I believe it has benefit and value, but the marketing is very confusing. I am in the same place with you. When I can’t sleep at night I listen to Dive & Immersion and hopefully drift back to sleep. I listen to it every morning and try to listen to the other soundtracks when I can. Keep me posted, I am very interested in your journey. Thank you for taking the time to document you experience.

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