TimeStamp | Topic
00:00 | Know How Intro
00:15 | A common sleep related issue majority of people face
01:15 | How long does it take for me to sleep? (OR! how long would it take you to sleep after practicing what’s suggested in this video?) Spoiler: 20-30 sec to a minute.
01:20 | Discussing a common misinterpretation
02:14 | A little theory behind what we want to do.
02:44 | Developing the know how, on how to sleep instantly
03:12 | How can we powerfully associate the state of sleep with the act of laying down?
03:19 | Suggested Practice # 01 (and the theory behind it)
04:37 | Suggested Practice # 02 …
05:25 | How to hardwire your brain to sleep instantly (explained in 15 seconds)
05:41 | Consequences of hardwiring your brain to sleep instantly.
06:44 | EXTRA: Dreaming like them geniuses!
08:24 | Video Outro (and the wrap up!)
Allow me to repeat the core of this video (‘again’, if you have watched the video). Do the following two things for about a month or two, and you will end up rewiring your brain to sleep instantly whenever you lay down.
1) Only and ONLY lay down, when you intend to sleep. Don’t lay down for any other reason unless its for sleeping. (This will associate the act of laying down, with the state of sleep. Hence after the association has been powerfully made, you will go into ‘sleep state’, whenever you lay down.)
2) Be hyperactive (physically and mentally) when you are awake, to magnify the association between sleep and the behaviour of laying down.
The super positive point of this ‘hardwiring’ or ‘habit’. Is that you save tons of time to use elsewhere, and ‘sleep’ itself comes into your control. You can ‘choose’ when to sleep, rather then just sleeping when you feel like it. This ‘control’ allows you to make a 24 hour routine for yourself, and plan your day out. You can easily say to yourself “i’m going to sleep at 10:00 pm.” and after hardwiring your brain with this, you can be completely sure that you can be at bed at 09:59 pm and be deep asleep in the next minute. (isn’t that awesome!? how many people do you see doing that!? not many right? but you can! And now you know how!)
Know and understand, that this ‘rewiring’ itself may not resolve your issue of sleeping, if you have something like severe insomnia (that is, if you can’t sleep at all). This practice, is primarily targeted towards people who CAN sleep, with just the issue that it takes them very long to move into sleep.
Although the practices suggested in this video may not (directly) resolve insomnia, but bad habits with regards to your sleep invest in creating sleep disorders. So if you have it (i.e insomnia), I believe its still worth a try and I do suggest you make a habit of doing the suggested practices starting now (starting the moment you have been informed of it). But be conscious that that this is NOT a video about resolving insomnia. Insomnia may have a number of causes, all of which (as per the limit of my knowledge) will be discussed throughout this series.
Do share your experience after having applied the practice suggested in the video. *thumbs up*
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Take a look at this picture for a moment.
I’m sure you clearly understand what this picture is talking about.
Majority of individuals, when they lay down on their bed to sleep, it takes them quite a lot of time to actually ‘sleep’.
It could take them around thirty minutes, to an hour or two.
I can’t even publicly mention the things people do to exhaust themselves to sleep when they can’t.
But anyways… this is what we will be tackling in this video.
We would be looking into ‘how’ we can sleep instantly whenever we lay down for bed.before we move on, for survey related reasons, if you have this issue, if it takes you a lot of time to actually sleep when you lay down, click the ‘i’ on the top-right corner of this video and attend a poll I have put up. It will take just take a few seconds and two clicks. I really appreciate it.
So let’s move on!
For me personally, it takes me about twenty to thirty seconds to a minute at most to sleep when I lay down.
Now some people, would interpret, that if I sleep THAT quickly, it means I’m sleep deprived.
Although that’s a possibility, that’s NOT at all the case here.
If ‘that’ were true, I wouldn’t be able to sleep immediately after fulfilling my sleep need correct?
If I were to sleep right now, and wake up after three to four hours.
If I choose to ‘NOT get up’ and kept laying down even after I feel energetic and fresh, I would go to sleep again.
I would then wake up again after a few hours and if I choose to keep laying down, I would end up falling asleep again. And then the loop continues…
I have tested this out and have slept for around 36 hours.
It doesn’t stop you see. I can keep sleeping, more and more.
And it takes about the same amount of time to fall back asleep as it did about the first time.
Perhaps I can even fake being in a coma like this. (joking)So how am I able to do this? What I have done here exactly, which I’m going to be sharing with you in a moment…
what I have done here exactly is that I have anchored, or psychologically linked the state of ‘sleep’ with the act of laying down.
So whenever my body lays down, immediately my brain gets reminded of feeling of sleep, so much that it ends up moving into the state of sleep itself.
I hope this is making sense. if it doesn’t, It will make more sense as we go along.
So let’s get started on developing the know how on how to sleep ‘instantly’.Anchoring in psychology means psychological linking between a feeling or state, with some sort of action or behaviour.So our goal is to anchor, or powerfully associate the state of ‘sleep’ with the act of laying down.
So that whenever we lay down, we immediately go to sleep.
We want our brain to be reminded about how relaxing sleep feels like, whenever we lay down.
And we wanna feel it so powerfully, that we get so relaxed that we actually end up sleeping.
Makes sense?So how do we achieve this exactly? How can we powerfully associate the state of ‘sleep’ with the act of laying down?In concept, its very simple. All you have to do is lay down ONLY and ONLY when you want to sleep. And NOT lay down under any other circumstance.
That means you have to stop laying down while you are playing videogames on your smartphone or console, you have to stop laying down while you are watching television, or while you are reading a book, or while you are texting someone, or while you are studying.
You have to STOP laying down while doing all those things and ONLY and ONLY lay down when you want to sleep.If you do one or two of the above mentioned things while laying down, you are associating the feeling of playfulness & fun & excitement & high mental activity with the act of laying down. And we DON’T want that! We just want ‘one’ association with laying down and that is sleep.
So you need to stop laying down for any other reason, unless its for sleeping.
And I’m sorry guys, in practical this isn’t very easy, I get that but you gotta do this.
You got to sit completely straight when you are using your phones, when you are playing videogames, when you are studying, or when you are watching television and so on.
Don’t lay down under ANY circumstance unless if you want to sleep.
Now this also means that you can’t lay down ‘just to relax’.
If you want to take a nap or sleep, go ahead! lay down for a while.
If you are tired and just want to lay down and relax and do something else like use your smartphone… Don’t! Don’t do that.
To strengthen this association what I encourage you to do for about a month or two, is that you be hyperactive when you are awake.
Keep yourself engaged physically or mentally in some sort of activity all day long, constantly.
So that when in the night time you are about to go to bed, you feel super-exhausted. By being hyperactive and only laying down when you want to sleep, by practicing this for about a month or two, you will hardwire your brain to fall asleep immediately whenever you lay down.
isn’t that awesome!? As far as sleep positions, and sleep disorders and the ‘time’ of sleep are concerned.
I will discuss them and many topics in later videos so don’t worry about that for now.Allow me to repeat what you could do to develop the ‘instant sleep’ ability, and the consequences of hardwiring your brain for it.
What you have to do…. is firstly ONLY and ONLY lay down when you want to sleep. Don’t lay down under any other circumstance.
And secondly, be hyperactive for about a month to magnify the association between sleep and the behaviour of laying down.So this is what you have to do to develop the skill to sleep instantly.
Now I want to clearify the consequence of hardwiring your brain like this.
Once a month or two goes by and your brain is hardwired to sleep instantly whenever you lay down.
That would mean that, if you are tired at 10 am and ended up laying down for a minute or two… you would insantly go to sleep. alright?
If you lay down while watching a movie or watching television, you would end up sleeping.
If you lay down while studying, you would go to sleep.
If you are reading a book and slowly ended up laying down, you would in a minute or two, go immediately into sleep state.This means after your brain is hardwired, you cannot NOT sleep when laying down.
You would go to sleep whenever you lay down, even if you are not tired.Yes, that means if you accidently lay down for even just a minute. you would end up sleeping.
If you don’t get out of bed immediately after waking up, you would end up sleeping ‘again’.With the consequences in mind, there are pros and there are cons of practicing this.
Since I sleep instantly whenever I lay down, you already know my position on this. So with that! I believe I should wrap up this video…
or wait! wait!… for anyone who has reached this far, I have got something super extra for you since you have made it till the end of this video.
Lately I have been experimenting something with regards to sleep. And I would like to mention it as positive point of hardwiring your brain to sleep instantly.
You see, the geniuses we know, took the guidance of their subconscious mind to help with their creativity and to help them solve their problems, they went into dream states in a certain manner, so that they could access their subconscious faculties and the ocean of information steaming in the depths of it.
So what I have been doing lately is that I have been trying to mimic that.
I sit in a way it would look like as if I am about to sleep while sitting, its somewhere between sitting and laying down.
And then I focus completely on a certain thought and I keep thinking about it to the point that I start daydreaming.
In a few to several minutes, I go into a light sleep.
But this sleep is completely different then a normal one that I take in the night, this sleep is a total roller-coaster of amazingly wierd dreams.
Like super amazingly wierd! and fun! the chances of being lucid go up in these type of dreams too so you can recall quite a lot of what you have seen.
These type of dreams are very valuable for a lot of reasons.
Some use them to enhance their creativity, some use them for solving their problems, some use them to get ideas for their work, some use it for the understanding of themselves, and some just do it because its fun!
I recall some dreams that I saw, which felt like living a whole alternative life, with different memories and origins.
I would wake up from these dreams and ponder all day long on what I saw and why I saw it.
Now this type of sleep mostly occurs between sunrise, till sun-set. So you have to take time into consideration.
I would talk more about this in future videos of this series, specifically when we start talking about dreams.
So thank you for reaching the end of this video, and I hope this video was not only interesting, but helpful to you. So with that! I believe I should wrap up this video for real now.
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