Yep, we've seen them. Rings, bracelets, bits - these are all the rage. Great little devices intended to improve the quality of our lives.
We are living in a time where tracking can mean more to us than our own gut instincts. We trust numbers more than our own intuition because...frankly...many of us lost our connection to our innate feelings long ago. Our intuition is probably back there...somewhere in the late 90's along with bit of our common sense. This has left some of our most important decisions regarding our health, healing and happiness up to a specialist and blind chance.
With all the clutter and all the tech, we have a bad habit of missing the obvious.
What if there was a way to allow your cells to fully recharge at night? A deeper, more restful and rejuvenating sleep than you may have experienced for many years, possibly your entire life? The kind of sleep that you may literally be dying to have. Ultimately your health, enjoyment of life and productivity are at stake. Now, technology is not all bad (most of it's bad, but we aren't against tech) and it's not your fault for wanting to keep up with your virtual neighbors.
But it's one thing to track your sleep...
It's quite another to create an environment where the best sleep you've ever had happens all by itself.
We are not going to suggest new pills or potions AND NO NEW TECH. Let me get this out of the way: the best app for your sleep is pitch black darkness. No devices. No power. YES. We tell our clients to cut the power to their bedrooms at night. In fact, it's so important to your health that we won't work with anyone who doesn't employ this simple "hack." That's crazy! Why? Sleep is fundamental to our health and we do what it takes to help you achieve your goals.
Here's a little backstory. I was known as a "late" sleeper growing up. A night owl. My family knew to not even think about starting breakfast until well past 11. But the thing is, I wasn't either of these things. I could NOT get the rest I needed no matter how early I went to be or how late I slept in. I was the champion snoozer of the family and I was exhausted! Total zombie. In fact, I don't think I had a good night's sleep for over 20 years. High school and college are a blur of missed morning classes and sleepless nights. I had no idea why. Genetics? Bad luck? Sleep studies, pills, meditation. I tried it. In the end, my doctor didn't know how to help me and nothing worked.
It's critical to recognize for us all - even those of us who don't notice the obvious signs - we're all being impacted. Our bodies are putting up with a lot right now from toxic food, pollution in our homes, our offices, glyphosate. You name it. We need all the help we can get right now. Don't let this be the straw that broke the camels back.
The signs may be there, but we may not be listening.
For those having a hard time connecting with this message, I'll try to jog your memory of what "rest" feels like with a few examples: Do you know the experience of being in the great outdoors? Walking, camping or simply spending time in your house during a power outage (intended or not)? I'm talking about that stillness that can only be felt when we leave our modern tech at the door. It may have been quite some time, but I'm willing to bet that if you listen up during one of these breaks from modern life your cells would say, "Ahhhhhh...." They're crying tears of joy when you give them a chance to experience what life must have been like for our ancestors! Our cells do a lot for us. They need an opportunity to rest just as badly as we do.
When you're not sleeping, neither are you cells.
There is a solution that may just change your sleep for the better and dramatically improve the quality of your life. No update needed other than an open mind and a willingness to experiment. You know those fuses that control the power to your bedroom? TURN THEM OFF AT NIGHT on your way to bed. Yes, you heard right. The electricity that is powering your lights, your alarm clock next to your bed, everything in your home is also OVER-powering your cells. You think you are sleeping, but you may not be, at least your cells are not. It's just too much for those poor little fellas to handle and they could use some help.
The BIG picture: body voltage.
Your body voltage is a measure of how much electricity is running through your body at any given time. It changes depending on the wiring in your home, how many electronics are in your proximity. The stronger the magnetic fields, the higher the number gets. It should be zero, like in nature. We are not designed to sit inside of strong, manmade magnetic fields for long periods of time and our bodies know it. It's an important number, absolutely critical for some, and anyone who cares about their health need to keep this in mind as their head hits the pillow tonight. Readings of zero only occur when we leave our modern lifestyle or deliberately take steps to get your reading to "zero" by taking action. There is no more important time to do this than when we are trying to sleep.
This isn't an easy pill to swallow for many of us. We have all been doing it one way and now this? Why hasn't my doctor told me about this? Most important of all: how will we ever get this critical, life-giving tip past your BS detector? It's good to be skeptical, but it's rather simple, really. You don't need any fancy meters or devices to get the goods. Switch the breakers off to your bedroom TONIGHT. Try it and see. It costs you nothing and you can treat it as an experiment. Just for a few nights. It may just save your sleep and your life. Let us know how it goes and report back!
All our love in health and healing,
Michael and Sinclair
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