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Sleep Coaching (Inglês)

Use your sleep with Sleep Coaching

 

 

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Vera Jorgina – autora deste livro
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Dedicatory

            I dedicate this book to my students, clients and friends of Cliniterapia who are driving force in the quest for knowledge and research in Human Sciences leveraging my dreams in achieving THEIR DREAMS. This challenge I throw in Coaching using the SLEEP  and the asleep source in this third stage of consciousness is the result of my Agape Love in conducting the human excellence with this simple contribution for my mission.

            Reverence to my ancestors and thanks to the teachers and colleagues. To all my  family for opportunities of love and development. I am really thankful for the opportunities through Sleep Coaching in pursuitin Human Excellence, and sleep recovery to materializa  dreams.

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                                                           FOREWORD

            The relentless pursuit for that ACHIEVEMENT...
            This pursuit has guided individuals through centuries, not finding it is the cause for frustration for most people. Each one with their objectives, all alone... Finding two people with a common ideal is increasingly difficult. Fact imposed by the modern world, where the rush of everyday allows us to look only into ourselves. Some want self knowledege, others acquire, conquer, or just be allowed to live!
            Everybody runs to the same point, that ACHIEVEMENT, nothing more, nothing less than that HAPPINES.
            How to find it, if even the time to be happy is something we lack of? This so called rush of everyday allows us just to survive. The rest of our energy is used to lead us to bed, being embraced by the pillow and then sleep. When will we be able to enjoy the things that we strive to have, the people who we so desperately want to have beside us or the wonderful life that we no longer see?
            Only when we stop being MACHINES and go back to being HUMANS, who plan, win, enjoy and return to dream. it makes life beautiful. We must allow ourselves to live, not just to survive.

            For these things to happen, I need time, and as far as I am concerned, the only time I have is when I am sleeping. Working on our dreams through dream itself, is the purpose of this book. Make good use of each and every moment, improve what is not cool in our lives and chage this fact into new ACHIEVEMENTS.
            Come to learn with the author the truth and the reality about dreams, their meanings and how they can be your ally. A material where you learn that time is not short, that dreaming is invigorating and that you can be the maser of your destiny through dreams. Training yourself in the opportune time for you. All you have to do is want it.
Have a good reading.

                                                                                  Aline Siebeneichler Pujol
                                                                                                          Journalist
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                                                           PREFACE

 

            Dreaming is good, with Coaching dream it is even better!

            Everybody has already heard that, but sometimes we forget how great, inspirating and invigorating a good night of sleep is.
            Sleeping is importa and you should invest on your sleeping area as you would invest on your working envyronment. Sleeping well is essential for your well living. A good night of sleep provides you with a good day of work, better mood and more inspiration, mainly because you are not just relaxing, but you are also dreaming properly, visiting the hidden realms which you can not reach when you do not sleep well. The answers for your problems of love, money, family and others, come from these realms, which are high and deep, far and within you. Your dilemmas would have much less restrained  parts if you could dream better and recognize the answers that the Universe sends you every night.
            Aware of it, improve your nights. Listen to soft music, read good books, free yourself from the worries and make your sleeping envyronment more and more confortable. Do not relegate it. It is really important. Besides, you deserve to sleep weel and have good dreams, right? This book synthesizes the results obtained by the science and still proposes a great chalenge: The Sleep Coaching. Have a good reading and good dreams!
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                                                           Introduction

            We spend about one third of our lifes sleeping, and there is no argument: we sleep every night with several consecutive dreams, separeted by brief intervals during our sleep. If we deepen this reasoning, we will conclude that we spend a significant part of our life in the world of dreams.
            Noting that, it gets even more curious how the dreams are still só mysterious to all of us. Not understanding our own dreams means tha we cannot comprehend a part of ourselvs.
            But take it easy, nobody needs to run mad because of it! But also, there is nothing against the fact that, through dreams, a person can have a healthy self knowledge, or even change some aspects of their personal lives. The brain mechanism responsable by the act of dreaming can be “tamed” little by little, thrugh exercises and a lot of concentration. This way, a fabulos universe becomes more acessible to our concious, and the person who engages in these practices certainly has a lot to win.
            Dream can be understood in many ways: as a psychic manifestation, as a mystical phenomenon or even a connecting bridge betwenn the material and spiritual world. Regardless of your way of seeing it, one thing id true: dreams are part of our everyday living and it might be the right time to give them their real importance.
            This book is here for that. The modest intention of this publication is simply teaching the reader how to self communicate. Will you take a friendly advice? Do not jump any of this book pages, and take the most you can from each one of the offered hints!
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                                                                       Index

            The history of art and dreams on art                               11
           
            Hints for the ideal dream                                                  14

            The Science of dreams                                                     16
           
            Sleep Coaching                                                                 41

            Metamodeling dreams                                                      74

            Relaxing Sleep Coaching                                                76

            Biofeedback Technques                                                   80

            Results                                                                                84

            Diary of dreams                                                                  87

            Dictionary of dreams                                                         109
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                                               HISTORIES OF DREAMS
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                                   The history of art and the dreams on art

            During all the history, the dreams appear several times, explicitly or not, in many works of reputed artist. These artists see in dreams a perfect source of inspiration to express hidden feelings.
            Among the artists and mystics it is possible to stablish a relevant diference. While mystics use dreams to their self transformation, artists use the dream revelation to benefit many others through works of art.
            Nietszche defended a close connection between art and dream. For this philosopher, the fundamentals of arts and poetry were based on the beauty nature of dreams. Jung traced a paralel among the structure, the development and the composition of dreams with the classical tragedy. But, regardless of the existent connection between dreams and the expression of art, there is the difficulty of the artist in expressing his impression of his own dreams, which most of the time do not consist of something concrete.
            Dante Alighieri, on his most known work, The Divine Comedy, gives us an excellent exemple of this conciliation between art and dream. On this book, the author does not lose the sense upon writing his poetry, materializing on paper an unusual content, in an explicitly or implicitly way, where the work structure is visibly based on his unconscious production.
            Probably, the most former exemple of work of art totally focused on the universe of dreams is the Sumerian poem The Epic of Gilgamesh, in which the narrative takes place through the interpretations of dreams of the characters, bringing a big dream content to the mentioned work. From this work, there are today only fragments, which does not prevent the realization of the work beauty.

            The epic as literary genre, always showed up as one of the genres that most sought inspiration in the mystery of dreams. The Mahabharata and Ramayana are books that brought a big dream content to the classical Indian culture. In this epic, the poet Tulsidas, trapped in a tower, search in his dreams an army of monkeys with a mission to free him. The real and the metaphysical are faced, which really has to do with the culture of India and the East in general.
           
            In the West, Homer used the dream, in his works Iliad and Odyssey, as support for unfolding a narrative. In the Iliad, Patreoclo, dying, begs for his friend Achilles to bury him, so that he can descend into hell. Shakespeare sought inspiration in this classic past of ancient tragedies, which greatly influenced his work. The dream is used to bring announcement and support unusual events. In Henry VI, Cardinal of Winchester has a premonitory dream that reveals the death of the Duke Gloucester in advance. In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo dreams that his beloved found him dead, raising him up with kisses. In this same work, Baltazar dreams of his lord being killed by another knight. On A Night Summer Dream, real and dreamlike fluctuate. In Taming of the Shrew, the dream and the real are also confronted.
            Returning to the East, the Chinese poet Tu Fu wrote to his friend, in the eighth century, the poem you will read soon after. This poem was created when Li Po fell from favor and was exiled. Tu Fu uses the poem to warn his friend. It's a great example of the universe of dreams applied to the art world and it is worth to be read here.
            “There are sobs when death is the cause of parting; 
But life has its partings again and again. 
...From the poisonous damps of the southern river 
You had sent me not one sign from your exile -- 
Till you came to me last night in a dream, 
Because I am always thinking of you. 
I wondered if it were really you, 
Venturing so long a journey. 
You came to me through the green of a forest, 
You disappeared by a shadowy fortress.... 
Yet out of the midmost mesh of your snare, 
How could you lift your wings and use them? 
...I woke, and the low moon's glimmer on a rafter 
Seemed to be your face, still floating in the air. 
...There were waters to cross, they were wild and tossing; 
If you fell, there were dragons and rivermonsters. ”
            Bible stories are many, and the one that I would like to remember is the dream of the seven fat cows and seven lean cows that Joseph had the wisdom to interpret and save Egypt and the people from hunger and misery.
            I wish that through this book we can train ourselves and know better the sleep so that we can leverage our dreams.
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                                               Hints for the ideal dream

Relax the mind

            Take a break from the everyday problems before bedtime. Lie down, relax, read a novel or listen to a soft music. If you go to sleep beside your spouse, have a nice conversation without addressing any unpleasant subject.

Sleep routine.

            Try to establish a sleep routine so that your body becomes conditioned. Try to keep a discipline every day, sleeping and waking up the same time. Do not worry about following a rigid pattern, just try to avoid sleeping one day at two in the morning and the next day at 10, for exemple.

Poppied
           
            The use of sleeping pills does nothing for a night of dreams. Any artificial means of stimulating sleep impairs the dreaming process, and it is preferable to take longer to sleep with a quiet sleep than sleep fast under the influence of chemicals. But if there is no option, try using natural herbs or homeopathic blends to relax the body and mind.

Eating and drinking

            Avoid excessive intake of fluids and food right before bedtime. Alcoholic beverages are a terrible ally of good sleep, making this irregular. Drinks with caffeine help awaken the body, also hindering the achievement of a deeper sleep. Even water, if ingested in excess just before bedtime, can bring the desire to go to the bathroom during the night. Your dream then wil be evaluated by images of rivers, oceans and toilets, as surely has already happened over and over again to all of us!...
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            If you are hungry before bed, try eating little and something very light. Food intake is not advisable before bed, but it is preferable to eat something easily digestible to heavy foods. Digestion, thus, will be done while you sleep, not compromising the quality of sleep.

Bath

            Taking a hot always helps to relax the muscles. This practice is actually advisable to have quality sleep.

Scents

            Do you have a vaporizer at home? Some scholars recommend for an enjoyable evening pinging in a few drops of oil vaporizer (as reported below). These should be mixed with water in the bowl of the device, and the scent spread will produce an effective action on your organism:

Marjoram – 2 drops
Lavender – 4 drops
Orange – 4 drops
Sage – 2 drops
Myrrh – 2 drops
Frankincense – 3 drops
Tangerine – 4 drops

Setting: these aromas, pleasant temperature, comfortable, music and sounds of nature make the environment calm. Provide less light just before sleeping, decrease brightness stimuli and the use of tablets, computer, etc.
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                                                           Science of dreams

Useful dreams

            Are you one of those who always complains of lack of time? Those who would love if the day had 40 hours instead of 24? Or, at least, sleep was something optional and if needed to advance some work, if you could, you would spend three days without sleeping? Well, this is the kind of pointless whining because no one will be able to change these facts.
            However, if extending the hours of the day shows up as something complicated, at least we can try to take advantage of more practical ways the hours we spend sleeping. Have you ever thought that dreaming could advance your practical life? That sounds like a good dream, right? Yeah, it is still …

Censored dreams.

            As strange as this may sound, many dreams are not remembered the next day by our own will. Contrary to what was thought a few years ago, the ability to remember or not a dream is not the only responsible for the quality of sleep, the individual's personality also influences, and a lot. Research on sleep shows that people who thought they are not  dreaming, in most cases, are more conformist individuals, shy and self-controlled than people who remember their dreams. They also seem to be people who have an easier time conceiving their weaknesses, such as insecurity and anxiety, and act with some anxiety to the problems of life.
            In these studies, researchers were surprised by a statement. The eyes of people who claimed never dream moved more during sleep than people able to remember their dreams. The reached conclusion is very interesting. Individuals who do not remember their dreams act during sleep as they would act if they were awake: upon facing a scene that does not want to see, the individual just looks at the other side. These people are reluctant in registering their dreams in memory the same way when they are awake, trying to forget unpleasant experiences.
            There are people who really do not know how to work with self-knowledge. They do not allow themselves to think  on their own intimate and tend to hide feelings and impulses from themselves. Still, there are those who work a lot better with the subjective aspect of life, trying to evolve more and more into self relationship. These features are undoubtedly major differencial between those who do not remember their dreams and those who remember them clearly.
            According to researchers, our brain is already equipped with a mechanism responsible for filtering dreams, censoring some, so that we never get back to remind of them. This does not happen when we sleep: in many cases when someone goes through a very traumatic experience , the brain simply erases the memories related to the fact, causing, at least consciously, the individual does not forget the incident completely . This fact happens most with children, unlikely the control of dreams, which happens constantly with all of us, regardless of age.
            What makes a difference about this self-censorship that we all possess and the total forgetting of dreams, is the exaggerated self imposed repression in these described individuals. While more people use memories for self-knowledge, coy individuals simply repress these memories.
            The censorship in dreams and the deliberate forgetfulness (even if unconscious), takes place just before awakening, or at this exact moment. Opposite to what many think,  it is much easier to remember dreams when we are suddenly awakened by external factors, such as an alarm clock,than with quiet, gradual and time consuming awakening.
            But despite all these findings, it does not mean that when you forget your dreams  a memory repression is taking place. Some factors also interferm on this matter. These factors are: ingestion of drinks the night before; irrelevant dreams, your sleep was very deep, insomnia problems that perhaps you were unaware; upon waking, something distracted you.

 

                                                           Violent dreams

            Violent dreams can also be caused by night raids. When we sleep, our astral body detaches and goes around. Sometimes it finds enemies or hostile beings (yes, they want to rob us even when we aresleeping).
            Anyway, it is recommended that the person who has had a violent dream, takes extreme care for three weeks, especially in the first three days. In case of violent dreams that happen frequently, it is advisable to perform some self-analysis, as this repetition can be a reflection of a shadow personality. Everybody has their skeleton in the closet and deal with this shadow - or  skeleton - is the key to a good life. Violent tendencies can be worked through art, dance, painting or literature, for example. Ignore the shadow side is an invitation to psychopathy and unhappiness.
           
                                                           Routine dreams.

            The realm of dreams is a wonderful place and without limits. We can go wherever we want, see whoever we want and do whatever we feel like doing. Have you ever imagined what you would do now if there were no limits of reality to hold you at your chair? If your feet could be free  from the land and the law of gravity, you could fly away to be with who you love, even if that person is in another city, another country, another time, another life!
            From this perspective, being the dream world of a kingdom of wonders without laws, it is a waste dreaming of what we already know from our everyday! Dreaming that we work, watch TV,  take the bus ... It's frustrating! But it also says something!
           
            In general, dreams very common to our routine  mean we are stuck to something. Our mind and our spirit can not disconnect from our everyday obligations and we are stuck in an eternal cycle of the same things. This is not good!
           
            Maybe it already happened to you and happens to most people who have considered to live normal lives. You have just been hired by a company, and suddenly, ten years have gone by! How so? Why don't we notice that time has passed? Because of the routine. Your brain tends to register new things, but as a computer, it deletes the repeated scenes. If you always take the same bus at the same time, to go to the same place, do the same thing, your brain will keep these images in a temporary file folder for a few days, until the moment, as the file already has a lot of similar scenes, it deletes them. This is why we do not realize that fifteen or twenty years have gone by. This is frustrating because it seems like our time has been stolen! We do not feel that we have lived this period of time, but our bodies denounce that the years passed. Hence the midlife crisis and otherones in which people do things out of your time come.

                                                          
                                                                       The Solution

            The solution is very simple! Beat the routine! Not everyone can have a job that changes all the time, as police officers, firefighters and artists in general. On the contrary, most people tend to prefer a "safe" life, as we know what will happen each day (and at the end of the month). But a normal life does not necessarily mean a routine and boring life!

                                               You are the one who can change your routine!

            Here are some tips that can help you live each day differently and feel each moment as it should be felt.

            Change your wardrobe:
            Some people like a certain style and cling to it with determination. Having a unique style is good and it is not interesting to be a slave to fashion but, try to  change your wardrobe a little. If you do not want to change style, change the colors. Shorten skirts, change the store where you shop for clothes, dare to try. You can maintain your style without looking like a cartoon character from the 70s.

            Same tip for hair. Even for those who do not like to cut, it is interesting from time to time to change color, hairstyle, the adornment. These changes, both hair as clothing, will make you easily record times and moments of your life.

            Spice up your agenda.
            Make a record of your schedule with a life coaching daily notification, goals and dreams. This is a great tip! Keep a schedule for a year and paste things on it. Movie tickets, photos, pictures of actors and actresses that you like at the moment. Write something relevent that you did that day, even briefly. The important thing is you register that you are doing something with your life besides taking the bus to go to a place and at the end of the day, take the same bus to come back home. Get out of your comfort zone, add new habits, events, entertainment and leisure.

            Take photos
            Try to take lots of pictures! Today, with the popularization of digital cameras and cell phones that take pictures, it is very easy. The photos are a record of your day, the people you were with, the things you did. Do not expect a mega-ultra-super special moment to register! Register the day when everyone in the office was in good spirits and had a nice snack together, the day you came back from the vet with your cat totally cured, the day that you and your friends saw Mission Impossible XII (still with Tom Cruise, preserved in formaldehyde. He will always look the same!). Register your life! Feel it, show it, live it! Toast to life every day, you are the celebrity, the protagonist of the story, Record it.

            Exercise the variety
            Vary whenever it is possible. Change the way, how to go to places, the restaurants, and even your amusements. If you always go to the movies, try a theater. If you enjoy certain magazine, one day buy another. Listen to other music. Keeping yourself open to varieties, broadens your horizons and automatically there will not be limits for your achievements! The way you move and your motivation associate to your mind creating new neurological pathways, trigger your memory archives, activate your mind and Bioenergy pace. Promote and engage mental and physical exercise through sports, philanthropy, music, dance, travel, even a simple daily walk, a picnic in the park , simple things that break your routine, provide you with health and wellness.

           

                                                           Sleeping and dreaming

            The Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein - who struggled in his early work with nature and limitations of language, and later concluded that language is essentially a set of tools - saw at the images of dreams a self-justification coded language.

            About half the space of every modern home can be consisted of rooms specifically to sleep (and to rituals normally associated with sleeping and awakening, such as dressing, bathing, etc..), And on average, the human race spends a third of their life sleeping. Still, despite all of scientistas facinantes discoveries in recent years, the subject of sleep remains largely unknown.

            It is not only the result of the need for rest and recovery efforts : many animals and even humans - can sleep standing up , and can awaken immediately to move quickly when threatened by any danger . Even so, some kind of sleep is essential even to more developed animals; it is stated that if an animal is forcibly deprived of sleep for five days , it will die . Even lower forms of animal life seem to sleep at regular intervals , although it is hard to tell if these sleep is similar to the one enjoyed by humans. If sleep were not essential to the body of the animal , it would have been eliminated by natural selection long ago. Even in the lightest sleep, animals are more vulnerable to attacks by predators . Among humans, the amount of sleep required can vary widely from person to person. Some people wake up refreshed and ready for another day of work after just four or five hours of sleep ; others feel deprived if they have slept only nine or ten hours ; and some are capable of being ready to sleep longer. But basically , the sleep patterns of an individual remains the same . It has little to do with the weather or the place ,  the long hours of winter, or the twenty-four hours of daylight in the summer, individuals seem to sleep almost the same length of time. The rhythm of daily “normal”sleep tends to be dictated by the twenty four hours cycle and by the need to get up at the same time every morning. On the other hand, people who spend long periods isolated from events of daylight, usually sleep the same number of hours everyday, but discover that their "days" become imperceptibly shorter because they go to sleep a little earlier every day.

            One thing is obvious: sleep is not a moment when the physical systems of the body or brain activity stop.All the metabolic processes continues, the heart continues to pump blood through the arterial system, the breathing is usually stable and regular. Although many of the muscles are relaxed, sometimes even still, there are between twenty to forty periods, each lasting a few seconds and during a night's sleep, when they become active - the person changes position, extends the arm , opens and closes their fingers, and perhaps wake up briefly because of the movement.

            However the relationship to external stimuli are considerably altered. In waking life, for example, having contact with something unpleasant - or even pleasant - causes an immediate physical reaction. But the same does not occur during sleep. The normal reaction can be suppressed, and the message to the brain converted somehow into a dream image related, but usually in a distant connection.

            The establishment and duration of human sleep seems to be part of what is known as "circadian" rhythm - from the Latin circa dies, meaning "about a day". Almost all life on our planet is subjected to the change of darkness and light, heat and relative cold , and it's not too surprising that the psychological processes follow this pattern. In particular, the body temperature fluctuates throughout the day little more than 1 ° C, reaching a maximum in the early evening, and then dropping rapidly at about 4 a.m. when it begins to rise again. There seems to be a direct connection between the increase in body temperature and alertness, and decrease in temperature is soon followed by drowsiness.

            Another aspect of the circadian rhythm is the consciousness of darkness and light. Until relatively recently - before the clocks became common objects in our houses, and when artificial light was still an expensive luxury - most people went to bed shortly after sunset, and rose with the dawn . It is the biological "clock" that causes the in-built effects of jet lag when we travel quickly from one time zone to another, and are forced to adapt to the habits dictated by the local cycle of day and night, while the cycle of the body remains unchanged.
           
                                               Investigating brain activity

            The brain remains active, even during the deepest sleep. During the past 60 years, extensive studies were carried out using apparatus of electroencephalogram (EGG). This device records the "brain waves" during the hours of sleep and wakefulness. The first results of these studies led many scientists to believe that people fall very quickly into deep sleep, which gradually became lighter as the the morning approaches. Dreams, they suggested, were random events, usually of short duration - yet they seemed much longer to the dreamer - and that occurred just before awakening.

            However, an important finding, which radically changed the theories about sleep and dreams, was taken in 1951 by Eugene Aserinsky, a post graduate in psychology by the University of Chicago . He was studing the sleep patterns of babies when he saw that the children's eyes continued to move under the closed eyelids long after they had fallen asleep. The movements ceased for some time, and then estarted again.

            Aserinsky wondered if this cycle was an indication of lighter and deeper stages of sleep, and took his remarks to his teacher Nathaniel Kleitman.

            Kleitman suggested that similar eye movement in adults could be compared to its activity in EEG simultaneously. So he and Aserinsky set up a "sleep lab" They started with observations of Aserinskly 10 year old son and continued for two years with several adult volunteers. They found that the sleepers had periods of rapid eye movement (REM), alternating with periods in which the eyes were not moving or moved slowly. These periods happened in cycles of about 90 minutes, four to five times during a night of sleep.

             Aserinskly and Kleitman also found that if the volunteers were woken up  during  a period of REM, they could remember their dreams with plenty of detail. However, when the volunteers were awakened from a non-REM sleep, they did not remember even a fragment of the dream. When they could remember something, it was usually something pertinent to everyday nature, quite different from the often dramatic and fantastic images of REM sleep.

            Researchers around the world have already contributed to a detailed description of the state of sleep. On the border between wakefulness and sleep, the individual enters what is known as 'hypnagogic' state: the muscles of the body relax and there is usually a feeling of floating, the eyes roll slowly, and all kind of uncommon images seem to pass by our mind. At this point, the EEG still shows fast and sharp 'alpha' waves of the awake brain. But as the individual goes to  the first sleep state these waves give way to other, more regular and slow – also known as 'theta' waves, features of the light sleep state.

            The first stage  is very brief, lasting from a few seconds to 10 minutes at maximum. Gradually, the sharp and sudden waves, known as' zones', which indicate rapid brain activity and the' K-complexes', large and steep waves.
At this point - called of dpos stage - the individual is certainly asleep. However, if he or she is awake, maybe they will deny they were asleep will claim that they were 'thinking'.

            About 15 to 30 minutes after sleeping, large and slow delta waves gradually replace the zones and K-complexes. This phase has been divided into stages three and four. The sleeping individual is in deep sleep: if he is awoken, he will feel disoriented, and will have to fight the feeling of going back to asleep.
           
            After the first cycle of 90 minutes, zones and K-complexes from stage two return briefly, and the brain emerges from non-REM to REM sleep. This phase is physiologically so different from wakefulness and stages of non - REM sleep that some researchers have called it the 'third state of existence ". The blood pressure and pulsation increase, and  EEG trace is similar to an awake brain. However, while most of the body remains motionless, the eyes start to move quickly, facial muscles and fingers and toes may twitch,  but the main muscles are temporarily paralyzed.

            This first major REM period may last 10-15 minutes. The sleeping individual then approaches the waking state before reentering the non-REM sleep. As sleep progresses, stages three and four become shorter or may be omitted entirely, so that sleep stages change between non-REM two and REM. The REM phases become gradually longer and can last up to two thirds of the 90 minute cycle. As a result, up to half of the dream time of a person may occur during the last two hours of sleep, and may represent, as a whole, one-fifth of the sleep period. This means that the average person spends about 15 years of his life dreaming - and, during this time, it is estimated that a person experiences 150 thousand dreams.
           
            William Dement, another student of the professor Kleitman, performed a series of experiments at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York in 1959. For five nights in a row he woke volunteers up each time they entered the REM stage. Every night they entered REM stage more often, until that on the fifth night, they already experienced 20 REM phases on the same night. It was as if they had a biological need to return REM and try a specific amount of dream times. So Dement gave them a 'night off' and found that they spent more time in REM sleep than normal - a true case of 'put on some sleep.' However, other volunteers, who were awoken during non-REM sleep showed no need for additional REM time.

            Dement turned his attention to cats, which also showed REM sleep. He awoke cats at the beginning of REM sleep 'eriods during 70 days, and the animals demonstrated decreased sensitive behavioral changes. Some were simply restless, but others refused to clean up.

            At the same time, Dement refuted the belief that dreams only last a few seconds. He showed that the human dream time and real time were almost the same. Dreams took as much time to be experimented as the facts of awoken life, sometimes reaching 20 minutes. He also found that the rapid eye movement was frequently related to actions in the dream. A volunteer was seen moving his eyes from side to side horizontally, many times. When he was awoken, he said he was watching a game of table tennis.

            The year 1959 also yielded Dement a dramatic voluntary sleep deprivation experiment. A radio announcer named Peter Tripp announced that he would not sleep for 200 hours in exchange for donations from listeners to a certain charity. His 'awoken marathon' was supervised by a medical team which Dement was a member.

            In the first two or three days, Tripp remained relatively consistent, but then he began to suffer hallucinations. He described how insects flocked in his turntables, saw a rabbit on the windowsill, and complained about cobwebs holding on his face. At first, he ignored such facts as the product of his tired mind, and began to regard them as real.

            Then became paranoid. He accused the observer team of insulting him and described the suit worn by a member of staff as full of undulating worms. He imagined that a wardrobe bursted into flames, insisted that the team had caused the fire, and said that its members had lied to him about the amount of time that he was awoken.

            On the eighth day, the team decided to allow Tripp to continue because his heart rate and blood pressure remained normal. However, reaching the 200 hours he accused one of the team members to be an undertaker who came to check on him to prepare his coffin, and ran from studio, shouting desperately for help.

            Notably, Tripp quickly regained physical and mental health after only 13 hours of sleep, although he complained of a feeling of depression for several weeks after his "awoken marathon". But it was clear that sleep and the dreams that accompany it, serve as vital mental and physical need.

            All these studies, which still continue, tell us much about when dreams occur, and how long they last.

            It is also clear that dreaming is an essential part of sleep, but what causes dreams and why they seem to be necessary, it is still a matter of debate.

            The scientist Ian Oswald of the University of Manchester (later professor of psychiatry at the University of Edinburgh) proposed a purely physiological explanation. He suggested that dreams were the result of how the nervous system works to repair the exhausted brain tissue. He showed that during non-REM sleep, numerous growth hormones are released into the bloodstream to restore bone cells and muscles after the stresses of the day. When the REM phase starts, this flow ceases. Oswald proposed that a similar process occurred then in the brain, and that dreams were nothing more than this chemical activity sub products.

            Another very similar explanation was suggested by J. Allan Robson and Robert McCarley of Harvard Medical College. They started using micro electrodes to detect  activity at specific areas of the brain. Robson wrote in 1988: "Today, after thirty years of experience, we can begin to understand how brain activity can be organized."

            During REM sleep , the cortex of the brain , the site of most superior brain functions - including movement and vision - are very active; but parts of the brainstem, the lower portion of the hindbrain, where it meets the spine, are "hang up". It means, for example, although the motor cortex , which normally controls the movement of the muscles, remains active, it can not communicate signals to the muscles, and thus the body is effectively paralyzed during this phase. As the brainstem is not fully operational, few signs that enters the sensory system can reach the cortex . But the hindbrain and midbrain spontaneously generate signals that are not indistinguishable from that which would normally senses . These eruptions of "meaningless neural static " - similar to interference in radio transmissions - are received by the cortex , which interprets the best way possible. It identifies them as shapes, colors, and other s ensationns, relating them to stored memories and then makes up a story.

            As his research continued, Hobson and his colleagues were able to distinguish sets of brain stem cells "connected" during REM, and "turned off" groups at the same stage. The bound cells send messages to the higher areas of the brain by a chemical substance called acetolina. Hobson could shoot "artificial" dreams in volunteers, injecting them with a chemical that mimicked acetylcholine, and was able to increase the amount of REM sleep by 300%. He believed, in his words, " to have found the nerve of the dream."

            Francis Crick - the Englishman who won the Nobel Prize for his work on the structure of DNA - The Graeme Mitchison, mathematician University of Cambridge, proposed another theory. As William Dement showed, and other researchers have confirmed, the slleping individual who has his REM sleep interrupted  needs to "compensate" that was "lost". In REM sleep obviously there is a necessary function, and as many dreams are forgotten, forgetting can be part of its function.

            Crick and Mitchison stated that during the waking hours, the mind was bombarded with lots of information, both conceptual and sensorial, which had no need to be retained. They suggested that, in dreams, the brain separated this information by storing what was needed, and getting rid of the rest in an increase of activity that the sleepy individual perceived as a dream. According to Crick, "we dream to forget." In fact, he theorized that trying to remember a dream abrogated its purpose.

            However , this theory is contradicted by the experience of many people , in which the information in memories that seem to be lost forever in waking life can be retrieved in dreams . The British psychologist Christopher Evans , who was also a computer expert, compared the functioning of the brain with a computer in his book Landscapes of the Night from1983 . He described how his watch was stolen , but he could not give the police any details of its brand . That night, however, he dreamed that he saw the clock on all the details, including the name of the manufacturer. Evans stated that a computer processes, stores and retrieves information, as does the brain . But computer operations turn to be slower as more information is stored . From time to time, the computer user should make a separation of memories by putting the information in "order", transferring some data to another storage location, and getting rid of what is no longer needed. Likewise, a dream separates accumulated information such as Crick and Mitchison proposed ; however, it does not erase anything that might be useful later, but transfers such items to a farther storage area.

            Some supports to these theories - both Crick and Mitschisonas much as Evand - come from the observation that people who learn new skills during the day tend to experience more REM sleep during the night. In this connection, it has been claimed that seriously mentally disabled people have fewer dreams than normal people, suggesting that their limited ability to manipulate information reduces their need of dreaming, (however, since reporting a dream requires a considerable degree of conscious analysis, it may be that these people simply fail to describe what they have experienced).

            Dreaming also appears to be important in regulating emotions. The volunteers who were regularly deprived of REM sleep tended to become irritable and anxious and had difficulty concentrating. Ernest Hartmann, a professor of psychiatry at Tufts University, Massachusetts, proposed a somewhat similar theory to Ian Oswald one. He suggested that the mental activity during waking hours gradually reduces brain supply of essential chemicals. The Rem Sleep renews the supply, maintaining emotional stability and helping the learning and memory processes.
           
            On the other hand, it seems that excess of REM sleep can have the opposite effect. Patients suffering from severe depression affect REM sleep more rapidly than healthy people and remain at this stage longer. Experiments conducted at the Institute of Mental Health  in Atlanta, Georgia, reveal that many clinically depressed people showed a significant improvement when their REM sleep sleep was regularly interrupted.

            What is a dream?

            At this point, we can only make a valid generalization: a dream is perceived by the brain during the normal REM sleep phase. It can be a purely random response to chemical changes in the brain, or confuse signals passing occasionally by the brain stem coming from the senses, or that were generated in the hindbrain. It may be the way the brain separates and sorts - and in some cases, rejectes - information received during the waking hours. It can result in a profound exploration of memory. Or it may be the result of a combination of all these factors.

            Two centuries before physiologists began experiments with the human brain, the French philosopher Denis Diderot (1713 - 1784), proposed in his encyclopedia,  an inspired suggestion which brightly forecasted what they would discover.

            We can only say we are dreaming when we become conscious of these images, when these images are printed in nosas memories, and we are able to say we had a dream about this or that, or at least we were dreaming . But, in the strictest sense, we are dreaming all the time. This means that once sleep takes possession of our mental operations, the mind is subjected to a series of continuous representations and perceptions, but, sometimes, they are so confusing, or are so poorly recorded that leave the lowest trace, and this is actually what we call "deep sleep" . But we would be wrong in regarding it as a total absence of any kind of perception, as a total mental inertia. Whatever the proposed theory to explain the occurrence of dreams is, an indication appears to be common to all : dreams provide a mechanism for the needed relief from stress and emotions during sleep as Shakespeare's Macbeth said: "DREAM THAT DARNS UNDONE SLEEVES OF CARING".

            No matter what the content of the dream is, it represents an altered state of consciousness very different from the condition of wakefulness. In many senses, a dream is similar to other altered states, as produced by deep hypnosis, meditation or trance, or several drugs. It is, however, a state experienced by almost all the people every night.

            Allan Hobson noted the fine line between dreams and insanity. The five cardinal features of mental activity of dreaming can also be seen in hallucinations, disorientation, bizarre thoughts, delusions and amnesia of patients with mental diseases. These mental symptoms collectively constitute delirium, dementia and psychosis.

            Thus, were it not for the fact that we are sleeping when they occur, we would have to say that our dreams are formally psychotic, and that all of us, during dreams, are formally delusional and demented ... Dreaming can be the product of the same mental kind of psychological process that disturbs the mental illness ... once all the major signs of mental illness can be mimicked by normal minds in the normal state of dreams. The study of dreams is the study of a model of disease.

            Two kinds of particularly dramatic  of dreams have attracted the attention of psychiatrists: nightly terrors and nightmares. Nightmares usually occur during the late part of sleep when REM phases are longer, and dreams become more experienced. They can last several minutes before the individual wakes up with shortness of breath and heart accelerated heartbeat after a terrifying experience. Psychiatrists believe the nightmare is an intense dramatization of the meaning or anxieties recently found in waking life, it serves as unconscious memories - particularly of childhood fears of a world that seems incomprehensible and threatening - and displays them in a dream image and uncontrollable terrifying.

            Professor Ernest Hartmann wrote, "the common line among those who have nightmares frequently is the sensitivity”. In a series of experiments in Boston, he studied people that had experience nightmares at least once a week, many of them were creative arts, music, or theater workers. They often refer to themselves as "different from other people. "Hartmann described them as "very” open and vulnerable ... most had been troubled teens, sometimes followed by bouts of depression, alcoholism and suicide attempts. He concluded that many had a poor sense of personal identity, finding it hard to separate reality from fantasy, and that some were on the border of psychosis.

            Nightly terrors are very different. They usually occur not during REM sleep, but deep sleep states three and four. The sleepy person wakes up suddenly with loud cry, sitting horrified, but generally unable to remember what was the cause. The occurrence of nightly terrors seems to be a hereditary trait, and researchers have suggested that there is some type of genetic flaw in the normal mechanism of awakening. The usual progression of the stages three and four to the REM sleep does not occur, and the individual wakes up suddenly. Children, who often spend more time in stage three and four than adults, frequently suffer from nightly terrors.

            Lucid dreams

            When volunteers in dreams experiments are awoken during REM sleep, dreams that they report are generally banal without the bizarre nature of sleeps which are described in a normal waking after the last stage of sleep. This is probably due to the fact that only unusual experiences are memorable. The more commom to our everyday the  dreamis , less likely to be remembered in detail it will be.

            What makes a dream memorable is its extravaganza. In waking life, we could be aware of being physically in a specific location, and at the same time, aware of thoughts and mental images unrelated to it. This does not seem to occur in dreams. The psycho-physiology Allan Rechtshaffen drew attention to what he called "unique mindset and isolation of dreams." He wrote:

            I can not remember a dream report that took the form "well, I was dreaming about this and that, but as I dreamed it, I imagined a different scene, totally unrelated." Images of dreams seem to dominate any independent consciousness. We usually stay without any capacity to exercise our imagination, and without being aware of dreaming.

            Today, however, psychologists pay more and more attention to what is called "lucid" dream. This is a relatively rare phenomenon, in which the individual is aware of dreaming. Often, they discover that they are consciously able to influence the events of the dream and the people involved.

            The first recorded reference of a lucid dream appears in the Aristotle 's treatise on dreams, written in the fourth century BC. He wrote: "Generally, when someone is sleeping, there is something in consciousness which declares that what is presented is then a dream." Over the centuries, other authors such as St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas, made the same observation. And in the second edition of The Interpretation of Dreams, the pioneering Austrian psychologist Sigmund Freud wrote: "There are some people who are very clearly aware, during the night, who are asleep and dreaming, and that seem to possess the ability to consciously direct their dreams. If, for example, such a dreamer is dissatisfied with the way a dream takes, he can stop it without waking up, and start again in another direction - as well as a popular dramatist may, under pressure, give his a happy ending to his play.

            The first examination of this type of dream was conduced by Hervey de Saint-Denis, professor of Chinese at the Collège de France in Paris. In 1867, he published the results of 20 years of studies and analyzes of sleep in Dreams and How to Control them. He claimed he had won the ability to shape his dreams to remind them carefully, and to develop a consciousness of being in a state of dream and the of waking up whenever he wanted.

            However, in the early twentieth century, most psychologists were quite skeptical about the possibility of lucid dreaming. Dutch researcher Frederick Van Eeden, however, submited himself to experience lucid dreams on his own, and actually coined the phrase in an article read before the Society for British Parapsychological Research (SPR) in 1913. One of his listeners was Frederic Myers, founder member of the SPR. He confirmed that he had lucid dreams on three occasions, and suggested that they deserved to be studied by psychic researchers.

            In his article, Van Eeden described and analyzed a total of 352 dreams. About Lucid Dreaming he said:

            The reintegration of the psychic functions is so complete that the dreamer reaches a state of perfect awareness, and is able to direct his attention, and try different acts of volition. However, the sleep, as I am able to confidently assert, is not disturbed, but deep and refreshing. "

            He mentioned a particularly interesting example, recorded in his diary of dreams on September 9, 1904.

            I dreamed I was at a table near a window. On the table there were different objects. I was perfectly aware that I was dreaming, and considered what kind of experiments I could do. I started trying to break glass, hitting it with a stone, put a small cup on the two stones, and slapped it with another stone. Still, it would not break. Then I took a fine glass of wine from the table and slapped it with my fist, with all my strength, at the same thinking  how dangerous it would be this in waking life, however, the glass continued there, on its perfect shape. But who would have thought! When I looked again, after some time, it was broken.

            I had a very curious impression of being in a fake world, cunningly played, but with minor flaws. I picked up the broken glass and threw it out the window to see if I could hear it crashing down. I heard the noise, no doubt, and I got to see two dogs running away from it, very naturally. I thought what a good imitation of comedy this world is. Then I saw a pitcher of claret wine, I tasted it and noticed with perfect clarity in the mind: "Well, we can also have voluntary impressions of taste in this dream world, it really tastes like wine."

            Van Eeden said that the sensation of having a body, eyes, hands, a mouth that speaks, and so on - is perfectly clear, however, I know at the same time, that the physical best body is asleep in a very different position. There was a sense of slipping from one body to another, and there is clearly a double memory of two bodies. He suggested that there was a connection with the astral body that some psychics believe separate from the physical body during sleep or in states of semi-trance.

            The difficulty in researching lucid dreams is that they occur relatively with few people, and even then only ocasionally. Only since 1977 some progress in this field have been performed. Stephen La Berge, a young researcher in the laboratory of sleeping psychophysiology at University of Stanford, California, had experienced many lucid dreams as a child and as an adult had them usually once a month. When he began his research, he developed a way to be willing to have a lucid dream, and soon increased his total to more than 20 a month, sometimes four in one night.

            La Berge then decided to create a series of signs by which he could register while sleeping, that he was experiencing a lucid dream. One of the signs was a double movement of ascends and descends from his eyes behind closed lids. The other was to make use of Morse code. He closed his left fist to a point, and the right to a trace.

            These methods made ​​it possible to establish experimentally that lucid dreams occur, and subsequently were not imagined by the dreamer. To make use of other participants beyond itself, La Berge created a pair of plastic glasses equipped with sensors that activated a faint red light pulsing when the participant entered a REM phase. This was just enough to make the individual aware of dreaming.

            The meanings and hidden knowledge in dreams

            Why do we dream? How to recognize the dreams that have meanings which may indicate signs, responses about situations, problems or people?
Dreams are still a little known chapter of our mind, but you can uncover numerous meanings and learn to use this knowledge to your advantage.
They play a signicant role in religious beliefs all over the world, are the source of criativity, inspiring and connecting with all the people that surround our life without barriers of distance or even time.
This  matreial will help you interpret the main symbols found in dreams so that you can start this wonderful universe.

Why read this book?

            1 - clear text, guidelines and tips for creating a journal that will help you interpret your own dreams.
2 - Sleep Coaching opportunity to the use and enjoyment of your night's sleep in realizing your dreams.
3 - Includes a dictionary of dreams, with over a thousand definitions organized by subject, this reference to the Appendix is assisting in Biofeedback and self-knowledge.

            Some themes are addressed and dealt knowledge sources informed that hitherto sought to inform readers of simple and objective way, including the research of Dr. Gayle Daloney, very important to understand the proposes of Sleep Coaching.

            In the 80s, Dr. Gayle Daloney, director of clinical psychology in the United States, more specifically in the state of California, studied for seven years the techniques of inducing dreams. The conclusion reached was: Anyone can request a custom dream, according to their wants, needs and questions, I looked for references on this  research looked for references in order to base Sleep Coacing.

            Thus, the individual can direct a dream that reflects on an issue, só that it points solutions to a specific problem.

            The method developed by Dr. Gayle consists of a very simple job. A fast, easy method and result. Inclusive, nothing prevents someone from using this method not only to induce dreams, but even to encourage the practice of astral projection. However, we will stick here only to work with dreams, sleep through the steps of Coaching. For this method to be successful, you must follow a series of steps, which summarizes the work of neurolinguistic and neuroscience, in eight steps and biofeedback and Dictionary of Dreams, clarifying and preparing your dreams and accomplishments.

            Step 1: Preparing to sleep

            Dedicate time,  in a space of time which can vary between 5 and 20 minutes before bedtime, to reflect on the question that haunts you. Think about all the aspects of this problem, as if telling it to a friend. Take a notebook, and write whatever comes to your mind about this subject.

            Keep this same notebook at your fingertips, at bedtime. In this you have to write memories and impressions about the dream in question upon waking up. There is always the risk of forgetting a dream a few minutesafter wakind up, even if you wake up with a clear memory about what "happened" during sleep.

            Step 2: release of daily loads and overloads.

            It is important to choose an appropriate night to incubate the desired dream. There is no use of following these steps on your stressful day, when your mind can hardly deviate from other problems that is not the problem to be worked. There is no use of taking sleeping pills because they actually just "forge" a complete sleep. Do not even think about alcohol and drugs.

            Step 3 :

            In addition to writing about the problem in question, develop the habit of taking notes before bed about everything that happened to you during each day. Late , these notes can be quite useful in interpreting dreams . Emphasize emotions and the most significant events and do not forget to date your notes .

            Step 4 :

            Be very clear in mind the subject about what your dream should be . First, clearly specify a question or central application, which will be the main focus of your dream . After isolating the main point, switch sides and play the analyst to your own question: ask yourself the causes which led you to the this matter, what are the alternatives and paths that you can follow thereafter . Question your answers and see if they satisfy your doubts . But attenttion: do not try to close this question by taking a final solution and comforting yourself with it . Let the necessary gap open to your subconscious dealing with the matter .

Step 5 : programmer phrase

            Summarize all this reflection in just one sentence . This sentence should be complete, direct and short at the same time, almost like an advertising slogan, which reads everything in a few words. Do not settle for the first phrase that comes to your mind.
Try some Sentences before reaching a final, which really summarizes the issue as a whole. Once you feel satisfied with a sentence, it must be written in the notebook in capital letters. To strengthen your assimilation, it can be even written several times on a page.

Step 6 : metamodeling

            Focus on formulated phrase, so that this really can be fixed in your mind . Repeat it mentally several times to sleep. This phrase should resound in your mind like those publicitary jingles that the more horrible they seem, the more effective they are. Explore your senses by viewing , hearing, feeling all the sensations of achievement and success.

Step 7: data record

            Once you wake up , write in the notebook that was left by your bed side, recording all the remembrance about the dream and all aspects around you. These may be the emotions you felt during and after the dream (Tension? Happiness? Relief ?) Or the impressions, that despite of not showing explicit images, were still there. Do not make the mistake of ignoring some data just because they seem irrelevant or incoherent. All the details are important, even if they appear not to be part of the general context of the dream.

Step 8: Step 8: Ecological verification, identifying signs that your unconscient prepared and informed you. Search for the resources of biofeedback dictionary of dreams.

            These resources will create opportunities of a centered and peaceful day for you. Thus, body and mind trigger energies and shapes giving you physical and mental centering. Your timeline is flowing wisdom and good sense.

            The science of dreams is one of the last in terms of research and development in knowledge. I give you this challenge, revolutionizing through these eight steps associated with coaching. I wish we can do this scientific breakthrough in Science of Sleep, accomplishing our dreams.

                                   SLEEP COACHING TECHNIQUES

            Sleep Coaching

            The techniques presented synthesize a baggage of references according to your Personal Sleep . After making the Wheels Sleep Coaching, read the technical coaching and select according to your needs fo self-knowledge and reeducation. And for 21 days train Sleep Coaching, following the eight steps, developing the habit of using this wonderful tool with  practicality. Feel like a precious stone to be polished every night, and shine at all times.

            Our unconscious mind is the carrier of the answers, solutions, and Sleep Coaching will bring your mind consciousness of  several ways. The important thing is that you do not miss a single night because this opportunity does not come back. Every moment is a special one and the night Big Ben is unique and fantastic.

            Sleep Coaching has been prepared with great care, to give you opportunities for your personal coaching and assistance of colleagues in the guidance of their pupils. Imagine that this book is a magic box of tools at your disposal for the dusa vocêr reedit and fix the ravages of everyday accidents of your everyday, without losing focus .
           
The wheel of dreams objectives verification of your mission and quest for human excellence . It provides opportunities and motivates the use of Sleep Coaching in achieving your dreams through your sleep.

(v) 1 - Describes about your Mission
(v) 2 - How your quest for Human Excellence is
(v) 3 - What are your dreams?
(v) 4 - How are motivated to use the Seep Coaching?
(v) 5 - How is your sleep quality?
(v) 6 - How has your life outcomes been?
(v) 7 What is your dream life and mission?
(v) 8 What do spect from Sleep Coaching?
IMPORTANT: After self analysis tabulate your Wheel of Dreams from 0% to 100%

WHEEL OF DREAMS

Future – body – mind – emotions – spirituality – social – preparation – dreams – diary – results – personal – family – career – propsperity – past – present

            Write an ecological verification of what you will use as a primary goal in your steps training of Sleep Coaching.

            SLEEP COACHING

            Important things to review:

( v) Describe the desired goal . Writing WHAT? WHERE? HOW? WHY? AND WHEN? DO YOUWANT TO PERFORM WELL AND ACHIEVING YOUR DREAMS?

( V ) Find relaxation, with your agenda SLEEP COACHING by your side for notes, developing a suitable environment to sleep and well -being .

( v) Preparing to turn off and metamodeling the achievement of yur Goal until you sleep. When you wake up record on the agenda SLEEP COACHING your memories of dreams .

(v ) Search for self knowledge, explaining and preparing through biofeedback techniques and Dictionary of Dreams .
Write a ECOLOGICAL check on the signs that your mind gives you at the time motivating yourself for the day .
( v) Repeat the process the following nights, broadening your horizons, metamodeling your dreams reprogramming, reediting until your fulfillment and success . DEVELOP THE HABIT OF SLEEP COACHING: The opportunity of preparation and use of your night of sleep. This process only depends on applying the technique and results and your BODY & MIND will be thankful.

Diary of Dreams and its utulização:

            The Diary of Dreams offers data of Biofeedback important in guiding and self-knowledge, assisting you to check the result of coaching every night .

            Sleep Coaching provides technical coach tools for you to have any orientation and guidance in eight steps, providing important tools for Sleep Coaching .

( v) Results for you tabulate in short and long term, in all the areas, giving the opportunity to self-analysis and behavioral rehabilitation.

            GUIDELINES

1st - Study and train all eight steps of  Sleep Coaching.
2nd - To learn how to swim a style we have to repeat over and over. By repeating you will automate the Sleep Coaching.
3rd - Tabulate your wheel and leverage your coaching paying extreme attention to all the steps.
4 th- Form the habit of using your night's sleep.
5th - Check your level of tabulating use from 0% to 100% each step of Sleep Coaching.

 

            WHEEL SLEEP COACHING

            Sleeep COACHING :

            The CONCIOUSLOGY and discipline in following the steps of the technique is an opportunity to use your sleep time considering that most people spend a third of their lives sleeping . And prioritize the quality of your sleep, health, and reprogram your day.

            In the expansion stage of consciousness the mind is conducive to caoching techniques, and during stages of non-REM sleep and REM, it gives us the opportunity for self biofeedback, preparing  us for the day. A lot is obscured in the REM stage of sleep, I wish we are able to elucidate, through self-knowledge, these files and Killer window, mapping reediting, through neurolinguistic reprogramming and neuroscience in the pursuit of human excellence and, this way, giving opportunity to advance in planetary evolution. This technique is a portal to this world of dreams which has a lot to to be unraveled. This work proposes lapidate this gem that is our mind.  Multiply this opportunity, allow us to elucidate and unfold our potential, because in fact we use a minimum percentage of our ability. Elucidate and explore our mind, taking advantage and  getting the opportunity by using this simple technique and unique process. There are many things in heaven and earth to be solved by science . We can do our part in this process by loving ourselves, searching for our evolution and opportunity on this fleeting passage through the cosmos . The great miracles happen when we do our search process for HUMAN EXCELLENCE . The possibilities of overcoming and advancement are exceeding expectations, or better,  are just proportional to that we propose . All human reactions are conditioned and are just conditioning.

            At the moment we reedit and reprogram, the improvement happens naturally. This developement process is simple but extremely complex. This process is very restrict at the present moment. In fact ninety-eight percent of people are about to successfully achieve their dreams . Unfortunately these real results are compatible to the degree of evolution of humanity. Throwing pearls before pigs is what has been done by teachers and researchers. The real difficulties understanding actions of mankind and its socila political ills. This technique is a humble invitation to the ART OF DREAMING across times, stories and histories that inform the good life. Thomas Edison took brief naps when he was tired and without solution on his research . Sleep elucidated him and gave him the opportunity of insigth and solutions. The Bible, and at all times stories reveal the importance of sleep and dreams. This bridge to the REAL and imaginary. Councious and the unconscious and the revealed , precognitive and lucid PORTALS.

            THIRD STAGE OF CONSCIOUSNESS

            Some pathologies cause people to live in this stage. Normally we live in it a third of our lives. At this stage our mind recycles and stores the daily experiences, regulates the chemical and energy. Prioritize our quality of life and well-being during sleep. During this stage our mind is at its apex reorganization and humam resolutions. And as if this time the full force of this machine was providing the necessary replenishment.

            INVEST ON THIS STAGE OF CONSCIOUSNESS:

            We can get this investment by providing the resources and attention on providing opportunities for quality in the process expanding our self-awareness, health and prosperity in the physical, emotional and peppermint levels.

            1 - IDENTIFY YOUR DREAMS:
STARTING TODAY:
EXPERIENCES OF THE DAY:

2 - TRACE YOUR STATEMENT OF DREAMS: PERSONAL, FAMILY, PROFESSIONAL, SPIRITUAL.
Determine 5 dreams in order of:
importance:
1
2
3
4
5

IDENTIFY:
The main obstacles:
1
2
3
4
5

Outputs and solution strategies: --------------------------------------------- --------------------
Motivation and encouragement: ---------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
Guardian Angels (supported): ------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
MAP ATITUDESS:
PURCHASE:
ELIMINATE:
CONSOLIDATE:
ACTION PLAN:        TiME:              DATE:            ACTION:
PRIORITIES:
FEATURES:
SUPPORT:
RESULTS:
DREAM AND ADVANCEMENT:
ECOLOGICAL VERIFICATION OF YOUR MAP:
IDENTIFY STONES AND BRIDGES ON THE WAY:
TRACE A MAP OF REHABILITATION OF ATTITUDES:
ELABORATE A PLAN OF ACTION:
EXPECTED RESULTS:
FINAL RESULT:

            Sleep Coaching Diary

            You will, through your map of dreams and steps to climb all the Sleep Coaching training. At this stage, it is advisable a duration of at least 21 nights for habit formation, making the process simple and practical. Surely you will scratch gains in performance and more areas in search of your evolution and successes. Health and wellness are in a night of quality sleep and now, using proactively in planning your day, you will have excellent results in all humanistic areas.

            Visualise that this learning is like learning how to drive a car or swimming. After automating, You will do itnaturally. Remember that we spend a third of our lives sleeping. Accept this invitation to Sleep Coaching. It is up to you!

Sleep Coaching Training

Date:              Sleep Coaching Goal:

Describe your day:

 

Programmer phrase:

 

Metamodeling Sleep Coaching until sleep:

Write down your dreams when you wake up and seek the Sleep Biofeedback Coaching:

Ecological scan results:

 

Motivation for the day:

Observe the effects and success occurring:
Quality assessment and improvement of 8 steps and their importance in the formation of habits:

IMPORTANT: The formation of habits and learning suggests a 21 day period. Upon completing this training you can move on to other tools and resources of coaching in the book. Redo the Sleep Coaching Wheels, checking the results of your Sleep Coaching training.
           
            The Dictionary of Dreams is an additional and interesting feature, but the importance of sleeep Coaching is to seek the self deBiofeedback techniques and the Sleep Coaching.

Sleep Coaching weekly / monthly

            This feature of weekly/monthly neurolinguistic programming is an important tool in the areas of work, study, events, and providing opportunities for an organization and mainly on the centering linked to the required and expected time.

            Reminders of performance and self analysis are fantastic ways to stay focused and verify expected outcomes and successfully obtained resources.

            IMPORTANT: The prediction of this work can be weekly or monthly properly worked in the eight steps and Diary of Dreams.

            It provides important tools in your coaching every day. And performance  and monthly and annual results in  time controling and periods of your goals and reeducation.

            This same example you can adapt the quarterly and half-yearly, or any necessary time factor.

 

            Weekly / Monthly  NLP

fourth week                                      first week
Weekly goal.                                    Weekly goal

third week                                        second week
Weekly goal                                     Weekly goal

 

MONTHLY GOAL
.
FIRST WEEK
SECOND WEEK
THIRD WEEK
FOURTH WEEK

Expected Outcomes:
Results:

 

            Performance Reminders

1 Keep the focus and schedule weekly / monthly
2 Note your level of behavior.
3 Be flexible TAKING advantage of opportunities and possibilities.
4 Stay aligned and centered on your Weekly and Monthly goal.
5 In the event of difficulties and problems,observe to what extent you allowed and attracted this result.
6 Remember, the solutions are compatible to our view and evolution.
7 Pay attention to your quality of life and well being.
8 Remember, the results are yours, you are the protagonist of this reeducation.

 Reminders for self-analysis:

1 Describe your day analyzing your commitment and results.
2 Programmer phrase.
3 Metamoding relaxing to sleep.
4 When you wake up write down your dream and seek support in the Biofeedback techniques and dream dictionary.
5 Ecological Verification.
6 Motivation for the week/Month
7 Note the insights of success that happened.
8 Evaluation of results.

WEEKLY / MONTHLY SLEEP  COACHING DIARY
Date:                                                 Period:
Goal 1rst week
Goal 2nd week:
Goal 3rd week:
Goal 4th week:
Expected results:
Results:
Describe the day:

Programmer phrase:

 

Metamodiling until sleep:

Upon waking up write down the dream and Biofeedback:

Ecological Verification:

Weekly Motivation / month:

Observe and focus on the successes:

Evaluation of results:

Description of the self-assessment results and weekly and monthly goals to set for your year results.

Sleep Coaching with Neuroscience

            In this work , we use eye movements in neurological interacting levels, with excellent results in health and wellness . Posted on Wheel of Health and Day and Night for you to balance your health and your biorhythm in everyday life .

            Write wheels assessing your biorhythm and use this to your advantage . Assess your health in all areas .
           
            Seek Sleep Coaching using the suggested tools.

            Evaluate the results redoing the wheels of health and biorhythm permaner verifying the need for technical or seek new therapeutic resources .

            The suggestion is to stay at least 21 days with the technique for outcome assessments.

            Look for Neuroscience reminders of performance and energy alignment at the period of use of Sleep Coaching  to support the program for your night's sleep .

            These resources support will direct your self-analysis and agenda in targeting your biorhythm and wellness .

            The moment your health and biorhythm are aligned your skills and talents will be utilized with success and balance in your evolution and human excellence.

            Technique for Neuroscience and Neuro Health / Wellness

Aligning Neurological Levels with mentors

Relaxation at bedtime
1 - Relax.
2 - Eyes closed, movesside to side, remembering what you have marked that day.
3 - Make a bridge to the future, visualizing, designing your next successful day activities, performance until you asleep.

Awakening
1 - Prior to open the eyes, look high at the left, remembering dreams.
2 - Look at the top right and build, design your biorhythm and quality of life, like a movie.
3 - Make a bridge to the future and envision celebrating your achievements in health and wellness.
IMPORTANT: Open your eyes slowly and try to keep focused and aligned to your schedule. We welcome this day, thankful for all blessings received.

Wheel of the Day                            Wheel of health
                                                           GENETICS – PREVENTION – NEEDS – BALANCE
                                                           advantage        food                        health                 ecological
                                                           disadvantage   fitness                    priorities  occupational
                                                                                     leisure

mood – bad mood                           Goal   1rst                                         3rd
Sleep - euphoric                                         2nd                                          4th
Action - tired
rest    

IMPORTANT :
Preparation for the day realigning your neurological levels leveraging your biorhythm .

REMINDERS OF PERFORMANCE
1st Look closely at your biorhythm .
2nd  Respect your biorhythm , the results will be potentiated .
3rd  Try to Flexible your career to align to your biorhythm leveraging your performance and results .
4th First things first, stay focused prioritizing and respecting your organization and Wellness .
5th  Place in your mind posture in a thankful way for all the blessings granted on the day .
6th  Maintain discipline in aligning your neurological levels at bedtime and upon waking up.
7th  Time is a metter of preferably always prioritize your performance .
8th  Whatever happens on the day, keep breathing...

Energetic Alignment :
1rst  Adapt to the biorhythm :
2nd  Training Habits :
3rd  Search Supporting Resources :
4th  Programmer Phrase Metamodeling relaxing until sleep :
5th  When you wake up write down the dreams, look for support elucidating the development of your biorhythm .
6th  Ecological Verification .
7th  Observe your levels of well - being and biorhythm .
8th  Rate this goal and work focusing on your health and taking advantage of your biorhythm.

NeuroliguisticTechnique and Neuroscience at  geometry for Mastery in Sleep Coaching

IMPORTANT : Behavioral Mastery , working the neurological levels .
LOW 1st - Internal Dialogue : Check what you would like to develop in Sleep Coaching .

Right Side
Left Side - Eliminate sensations, all you heard. Concerns and problems as an eraser moving your eyes side to side until you feel you have erased completely eliminating loads and sobregargas .
UP Right 3 - Programming the actions and results .
UP Left 3 - Focus on the goal and program actions .

FRONT 4 - Bridge to the Future: Metamodeling until sleep

Sleep Coaching prioritizes Discipline

WHEEL OF DISCIPLINE
Resistence
Good Habitis
Schedules
Activities
Organization
Persistency
Will power
Keep the focus
Ethics

IMPORTAT:
1st  Check from 0% to 100 % of the items in the Wheel of Discipline .
2 Write an ECOLOGICAL VERIFICATION and look to leverage your DISCIPLINE through your great points .

The major battles were won by discipline and properly focused strategies.

Discipline Dairy Sleep Coaching

Date :                         Discipline Goal :

Relate what tonight will prioritize focusing your discipline and reeducation:

Programmer phrase :

Metamodeling self-discipline until sleep :

Upon waking write down the dream and look for support in the Biofeedback :

Ecological Verification:

Disciplinarian Motivation of the day:

Evaluation of results :

Organize the program to be followed, using the disciplinary framework.

            IMPORTAT: Redo the Wheel of Discipline, before moving on to another technique of Sleep Coaching. Balancing the Wheel of Discipline is an important structure for your performance and results. The importance of self-examination is the mainspring that leverages your evolution.

            Being committed to your discipline until the formation of habits and work routines. It is important to stay on the technical Sleep Coaching for 21 days to automate your discipline.

 

Table of discipline

What do you want? What don't you want anymore? What you have to focus on?
What you want to preserve? What you want to delete? What keeps you motivated?
What keeps out of focus? What remains centered? What do you have to retrain?
Which habits do you want to have? What do you want to avoid? What is important to prioritize?  What is not necessary to prioritize anymore?

IMPORTANT: The framework of discipline is a fantastic biofeedback. Note: Balance your Wheel of Discipline using the framework of discipline, remembering to leverage your discipline through your strengths eliminating your difficulties.

Sleep Coaching / Career
 
This month prioritize your CAREER directing its programming of Sleep Coaching.

Suggested Career Goals:

CAREER INVESTMENT RELAX - WELLNESS VACATION

How are you? Which? How? When / where?
Career dream Performace Gifts Precious Dream

Wheel of Career
1st Goal - 2nd Goal - 3rd Goal - 4th goal  Acquired Capabilities – Born Capabilities  - Results

IMORTANT: put a goal in quadrants leveraging your career.
Tabulate from 0% to 100%  the items in the wheel career, when starting after 21 days evaluating your achievements and successes leveraging your career.

Sleep Coaching Emotional

Emotional Coefficient :
Belief : Faith - Resistence - Focus VALUES : Family - Eco - Ethical HABITS : Programming - Organization - Discipline INTERACTION : Charismatic Leadership - Agent -
Emotions : Fear, Anger, Anxiety, Worry - Love COMMUNICATION : Verbal - Nonverbal - Marketing .

IMPORTANT : 1st Review each item in the Wheel of Emotional Coefficient tabulated from 0% to 100 %

2nd Seek to leverage your feelings through your strengths .

3rd reissue Search Paradigms - PATTERNS - reeducating limiting beliefs , balancing and aligning emotions , feelings, sensations  strengthening your emotional body .
IMPORTANT: Search by Sleep Coaching, post traumatic growth reissuing your locks, structuring your emotional body .

Work on each item of the daily emotional Wheel Sleep Coaching, focusing on balancing your health and wellness.

Reminders Performance
1st  Meditate on your mission .

2nd Evaluate how ? When? Where ? Are youinvesting in a career?

3rd What opportunities and possibilities have you looked for and invested?

4th  Are you aligned and happy with your career achievements ?
5th Notice your patterns, concepts, paradigms, beliefs, money, investments, profit, losses and gains.

6th To what extent have you leveraged your wealth of skills and achievement in your profession ?

7th Remember, the result, achievements, and dreams are an evolutionary process at any age or situation.

8th If you are starting out or retiring, reborn, vibrate, the planet is waiting for your potential and human achievement.

SELF ANALYSIS:

1st Description of your life path

2nd Phrase programmer: Metamodeling relaxing until sleep.

3rd  When writing your sleep and wake look for Biofeedback techniques and self dream analysis.

4th  Ecological verification results.

5th  Motivation for a full life.

            Emotional Sleep Coaching

            Through Emotional Sleep Coaching you have the opportunity to restructure and re-edit feelings, emotions, blockages, behaviors, trauma, finally an opportunity for self-limiting and releases bliliefs, paradigms, concepts and patterns.

            This process can only be done by you and depends on your level of commitment to yourself.
            Through Emotional Sleep Coaching, this fantastic opportunity to release and centering on your well being and health.

                        Sleep Coaching Diary
1st Emotional Coefficient
Periods: Goal: Values
Narrate and describe your problems and emotional difficulties.

2nd Period: Goal: Emotional Balance
Narrate and describe about the values that you have prioritized and their importance.

3rd  Period: Goal: Beliefs
Narrate about the beliefs that structure it, and release the limiting biliefs. Write your limiting beliefs and throw the paper in the trash. Free yourself and your reissue your biliefs.

4th  Period: Goal: Habits
Select the habits, behaviors and attitudes to be worked. Re-educate and reissue your actions, attitudes and behaviors.

5th Period: goal: communication / interaction
Analyze your communication and interaction, personal, family, professional. Assess your nonverbal communication, tone of voice, language, written and spoken. God created the world by the word. Create and reissue your world.

                                   Ethics a universal lesson

            Ethics has a great importance in the pursuit of human exellence . We can assess the importance of laws that govern nations and reactions, causes and effects, laws of justice, finally the universe responds by the way we live.

            This energetic of the cosmic universal current, mirroring our lives. As we become aware of the importance of this matter, we realize how important ethics istoday and has always been.

            Being in harmony with a structured mind to transmute wisely, resilience our day is a great challenge and evolutionary achievement.

            Being ethical is more of education and knowledge, character or culture. Being ethical is to be a complete with the planet and beings of all species, vegetable, mineral and human .

            Being ethical is to be in harmony and balance the energy. An enlightened and superior being in this phenomenal world is the great human challenge. The wisdom that many masters show us, paths and directions and Sleep Coaching launch this self knowledge and directions in achieving your ethical and human excellence .

                        Sleep Coaching / Human Excellence

Wheel of Ethics:
Relationships: Family, friends and colleagues, romance
Self: Personal Performance, Professional Performance
Planning: Dream / Life-year quarterly-monthly goals, Immediate objectives
Organization: Family, personal, financial.
Financial: Expenses necessary Conat Savings Account, Fun.
Intellectual: Courses, enhancements, self taught.
Professional: career, income, physical environment.
Health and Quality of Life: Food Fitnes, Meditation, Spirituality, Outdoor good habits.

IMPORTANT: Tabulate your wheel ethics objectively.
-This month re-educate filtering your work and ethics.
-Remember the laws that govern the universe. Eg: Action = Reaction / Justice Deserving Cause/Effect.
Make an ecological verification and situate your self on the planet, country, city, family, work, groups, etc ...
Tabulate every item from 0 to 100%

                        Sleep Coaching Transmuter - Transmuter Table
Transmute and pass
The events pass and we attract them by mental patterns, beliefs, models. They are consistent with our evolving needs .
Meditate and pass , the decision is yours .
1st  What to do?
2nd  How to pass ?
3rd Where to spend ?

Transmute: there is a solution
There are solutions exist, theyhappen ... As we strengthen our problem , challenges and difficulties are eliminated. We do not need more of these situations for our evolution.

Meditate : The solutions are in each of us
1st What solutions do I have?
2nd If the moments do not realize what the best solution is:
a) Meditate and seek
b ) Take an ecological verification! What? How? When?
c ) Solve, your actions will be necessary .

Transmute and do your share
Let us be like the hummingbird, let's do our sgare. We are bound unconditionally to an energy burst which governs the Celestial laws, the sidereal universe.

Meditate: Let's align ourselves in this context, focusing on our human excellence.
Write an ecological verification:
1st  Do I realize I exercise self esteem ?
2nd  Do I understand why? How? When do I do my part in the essential context?
3rd  Philanthropy is part of me?

Transmute delivering to the Higher Power

Let's have the wisdom of what we have to do, and tha it is not for us, let's deliver it to the Higher Power.

Meditate: belief, faith and spirituality is a source of transmutation and freedom
What? How? When? Where do I look for spirituality?

IMPORTANT: If you are Atheists ,Trust your inner strength.
-Work with the transmuted framework, seeking to focus and align your links, connections, patterns, behaviors, habits, places;
Selecting, filtering. Good Luck!

                                               Performance Reminders.

Themes, suggestions for your sleep coaching diary.
1st Night: Type the difficulties following the eight steps of Sleep Coaching .

2nd Night: There is transmute solution. Describe the solution, outputs, resolutions that you need and follow the eight steps of Sleep Coaching .

3rd Night: Trasmute to do your part by using the eight steps of Sleep Coaching. Describe what you do. How? When? Where? And what actions to take.

4th Night: Transmute delivering to the Higher Power after carrying out the eight steps of Sleep Coaching. Metamodel your Transmutador making a bridge to the future until sleep.

5th Night: transmuter evaluation framework following the Sleep Coaching. Evaluation using dreams, techniques, Docionário of Dreams, and search for your self-analysis, verifying your evolution .

IMPORTANT: repeat the five suggestions of training for Sleep Coaching Diary. List your achievements in each item during the month forming habits, attitudes, behaviors, beliefs, standards, evaluating yourself by the Wheel Ethics .

 

                                   Sleep Coaching Ethics Diary
1st  a) Relaxation of Sleep Coaching ethics.
Looking for an environment of harmony and relaxing shutdown.

            b ) Put the situation, problems, synthesized in a picture, like a photo.
            c ) Imagine a magic eraser and erase the image.
            d ) write, symbolically, a magic word in this blackout, verbally repeating the word           three times , recording it .
            e) Visualise that in all situations or signs of trouble, you repeat three times the magic word, eliminating the difficulty .
            f ) focus on the positive and resilient order preventing the situations and difficulties recur. Remember, your mind will be committed to transmute. Metamodel this transmute until you sleep.

2nd Reissue problems :
            a) Read the problem situation in detail. Observe your sensations, feelings at times.
            b ) Eliminate what you wrote by putting in the trash. Eliminate the sensations and feelings freeing the situation.

      • Write in detail what you idealize. Make a bridge to the future visualizing in detail the situation or new experiences. Metamodeling until you sleep.

IMPORTANT: When you wake up look for the ecological verification, completing the eight goals of Sleep Coaching. Try to reedit experiences, traumas, locks through therapeutic resources.

                                                           Laws of Attraction

1st  night : make an ecological verification on what you are attracting and how far you are commited with these results . Describe objectively.

                                                           Laws of Justice

2nd night : Philosophies, religions, beliefs, myth , accompanying mankin , directing the man to ethics at all times. Analyze what beliefs that you have need to be recycled and reissued. Describe your limiting beliefs and throw them away, mentalizing their removal and preparation.

                                                           Laws deserving

3rd night: We are children of God, His image and likeness, and we deserve of all His donations, synchronized with the universal cosmic current. Believe in yourself and connect into your millionaire mind. The planet waits for you. Enjoy this precious opportunity. Describe your beliefs, strength, capabilities and merits .

 

                                                           Performance Reminders

4th  night : self-analysis = > do an ecology verification evaluating and re-editing .

1st  Assess what has attracted the facts that are repeated . Which, beliefs, paradigms need to be reissued, elaborated.

2nd  Evaluate behaviors, attitudes, experiences, memories, words, this phenomenal world = > crystallizing thoughts + feelings + = acts Results of this energy burst .

3rd  We are children of God to His image and likeness. We can create our world. Remember that God created the world by the word. Create your world, do your part in this process.

                                   Connect with the Universal Cosmic Stream.

5th  Nigh : Look for a connection with the Higher Power and your inner reform .
Delivere it to the Higher Power, mentalize this delivery in universal cosmic current which governs these Celestiais laws. This process will be crystallized at its time in your life, your achievements and successes governed by your intimate and ethics reform.

 

                                               Golden Sleep Coaching

Wheel of Gold:
Quantum playful  Self steem Beliefs Precios Gift
Resilience Communication Discipline Talents

IMPORTANT:
1st Tabulate your 1st WHEEL OF GOLD from 0% to 100%. Analyze your path in the Sleep Coaching.

2nd  Assess your strengths and those needing to reeducate GEOMETRY MAESTRIA.

3rd  Remember, you are golden. This awards Sleep Coaching is an achievement. Congratulations because you are gold!

 

                                   Performance Reminders:

Sleep Coaching seeking your inner child, your Essence.

1st  We are what we seek to be, boys and golden girls.

2nd Congratulations for picking this maturation stoning and developing your human excellence.

3rd  The achievements, merits, awards are lapidated every time, you can, you are golden.

4th  Manage completely with this fleeting passage through the cosmos is a wisdom to be disclosed, polished ...
5th  Believe and live intensely in pursuiting of our human excellence is gold.

6th The peace of a personal achievement, make your participation in this brilliant ecological process.

7th  The heavenly and human laws rule and govern the universal evolutionary timing. You respect and contribute to these laws.

8th  The gold Trophies today is the opportunity to live the day. Toast, celebrate, live with quality preparing and enjoying the Sleep Coaching.

Everyday celebrate each won gold: list on what you have been gold

Discover and list what was gold on that day and its goals:

Careers and professional goals

Family and Relationships

Talents and abilities

self-discipline

Behaviors and actions

self-esteem

                                               Golden Sleep Coaching
 
1st  Goal: be gold, believe in you, your talents, have faith and invest and enjoy your potential
 
2nd Goal: Be Gold, aflore your abilities in your career.
3rd  Goal: Be Gold with your potential, leverage your prosperity.
4th  Goal: Be Gold, you can, you can achieve your dreams.
5th  Goal: Be Gold, with resilience and wisdom, resolve and oraganize your finances.
6th  Goal: Be Gold with discipline and persistence, keep the focus.
7th  Goal: Be Gold, commit yourself in faith, be a winner.
8th  Goal: You are gold, shine and conquer your ideas.

 

IMPORTANT: Rewrite your Wheel of Gold and evaluate your gold wheel balancing your self-esteem and beliefs, leveraging your talents and potential.

                                               Metamodeling dreams

Making use of the suggested techniques in this book, you will have tools that can select according to your needs and interests. You'll get your five senses, six senses, finally, the way you make your dreams metamodeling. Meta + modeling = Metamodeling, you will select the target and model through your senses, listening to the goal, visualizing it, telling the programmer phrase, feeling and thinking in your solutions, achievements and success to realize the completion and execution of the target until you sleep.
            This metamodeling should be performed after relaxation or techniques associated with the Sleep Coaching. The important thing is that the numbness is anticipated by metamodeling. When you are on thatexpansion of sleeping conscience, your senses must be determined in communion with the results of the planned target. Tune in to the point of God, feeling enlightened, supported by superior power. It is at this point that God's great miracles happen. This delivery of body and soul visualizing the energetic forces that govern the universe are packing and preparing the realization of your dreams.

            META + MODELING  = METAMODELATING , CONNECTING OUR SENSES TO THE UNIVERSAL COSMIC STREAM.
Metamodeling dreams
Relaxing with the mentor:
Relaxing with the mentor provides opportunities in our contact with our inner self, mento, finally, using this technique we seek to elucidate, clarify, strengthen our faith and beliefs.
This important feature allows a delivery, confidence and relaxation leading to a peaceful sleep.

            Relax the body, as the relaxation is happening your conscience will be expanding. Imagine a very lovely way scroll with tranquility watching the beauty of this path, and as you note, traversing across the street has a monastery there and your mentor, guardian angel, the help and guidance you need to clarify for the next day or dream. Arriving at the monastery, seek your mentor, talk to him and seek through this opportunity clarify and strengthen yourself, guiding and taking the necessary insights and benefit to your night of sleep.

 

                                                           Mental files:

            In this relaxation we have the tool to release loads and mental overload. Reissuing and selecting new mental files. Seeking and metamodeling through visualizations leading to sleep the realization of dreams.

            Search the relaxation of every part of your body using the breath. When you realize the overall physical well being, mental focus and expansion shutdown of conscience is expanding at a summit of serenity and well-being. Imagine opening the file and deleting the mental burdens of the past. Mentalize, clean and reorganize the file by selecting its priorities for the next month, year or dreams. Save this file visualizing these goals archived, organized. Search to visualize as in a film your files associated happening succesfully until you sleep.

                                               Relaxation portals:

            This relaxation portal gives opportunity to give our unconscious responses, solutions and clarifications that are within each one of us, and through this tool to open ourselves ready at our disposal and elucidation solutions.

            Look for a shutdown relaxing through conscious breathing. Breathing focusing on parts of the body leading to relax feet, legs, hips, releasing your back, shoulders, seek deep breath releasing the tensions of the breast and emotions, sensations . Relaxing the cerivical, arms and hands. Feel your face getting calmer and calmer, with mental tranquility. As your body and mind get calmer, your consciousness will expand. Imagine a portal. This portal will open to the needs of the moment. We nominate the portal, count silently to three and mentalize this portal opening to you oportunizing inslights to the necessary clarifications to your self-consciousness, and preparation for opening views and solutions and preparation to achieve your dream.

                                               Relaxation of crystal ball:

            Imagine a violet crystal ball, symbolically you will put inside your goals for the next day. Remove all worries, insecurities finally surrender to Higher Power imagining this crystal ball infinitely rising the universal cosmic current. Delivery, visualizing that the laws of justice and merits, action and reaction, cause the effect in tune with your mind and beliefs will be crystallized to your time  by your actions and efforts. As you feel this delivery and Faith, seek for the healing sleep .

            Upon waking up, write down dreams, and make ecological verifications by biofeedback techniques, self-knowledge and interpretation of dreams .

            Using this result and the habit of preparing for sleep and its benefits your evolutionary path and seeking your excellence will be rewarding and deserving .
                                              
                                                           Relaxing with mirror :

            Relaxing with the mirror is fantastic to work self image and self esteem. Auto program for the next day or on the achievement of your dreams .
Imagine, visualize a mirror …

            This mirror reflects your day and your experiences .... and when you look at this mirror you can see the following days towards your future ... And in this mirror may appear reflections from other dimensions, goals and dreams ... As who is going through these experiences, observe what you want to see and prepare better. Let's briefly pass by each day or period of your goal, metamodeling your actions, viewing the embodiment successfully providing opportunities for you security, tranquility and wisdom. To solve the experiences of your goal. Perform this technique allowing the relaxation lead you to sleep. Allowing this delivery and satisfaction of providing your whole being a preparation and planning for the use of your night of sleep, regulating and restructuring in preparation for the next day.

 

                                                           Relaxation of three doors:

 

            In this relaxation we have the opportunity to do a check of how our unconscious
is prepared to begin and open the doors of our lives.

            Provide physical and mental relaxatio , turning off the concerns. Drive your focus to relaxation, focusing on NLP preparing for your next day.

Imagine the 1st door, count to 3 opening the door through this biofeedback will give you the opportunity to the  information as you are prepared for the next day. Breathe calmly and prepare to open the second door, make the pursuit and search for more ways to prepare and to obtain self-knowledge. And finally prepare for the third and final door. Write a scan observing the ecological insights, outputs and preparations for the next day and sleep.

            Through these portals your unconscious mind will provide you with biofeedback . These resources will nurture solutions you can use to sleep in metamodeling.

 

                                                           Relaxations

                                              

Mental drawers
           
            This relaxation allows us to select our priorities and programs to concentrate on our focus andgoals efficiently in our organization and planning.

            Search for the relaxation of every part of your body using your breath. When you realize the overall physical and mental well being, focus on shutting down and the expansion of consciousness will expanding at a summit of serenity and well-being.         
           
            Imagine opening the little drawer and clearing mental burdens, worries and mental overloads. Visualise your drawer clean and rearrange selecting prioriades for the next day, month, year or dreams. Close the drawer and visualizing archived and organized goal. Try to viasualize it as a movie preview the goal happening successfully until you sleep. When you are asleep take this bridge to the future.

                                                                       Mental drawers: Goals prioritize:

Important: organize your mental drawers in his diary, preparing for metamodeling in relaxation until you sleep.

 

                                                           Evaluation of results:

Important: Sleep Coaching in your evening programming of semester evaluation. Descriptive evaluation.

First semester: Programmed Phrase

Metamodeling leveraging your semestral therapeutic work

Wake up, write down your dreams, getting ready for programming and therapeutic targeting of the second semester
 
Second semester

Programmed Phrase

Metamodeling leveraging your semestral therapeutic work

Wake up, write down and plan to review the next night, perfor annual evaluation.

Note the applied linguistics, through these data these data you will have a real, constructive assessment of humanistic and annual financial results.

 

                                               Biofeedback techniques

Technique of the wall

            A patient walking  suddenly sees a wall which prevents him to continue his trajectory. He asks about the extent and height, material, color etc ... He wonders about the following situation: to pierce the wall, does he prefer to jump over or bypasses it? After carrying him what will be observing him from behind the wall?
            Through this technique we can put the patient to observe how he prepares for a challenge or problem and how often he solves it. Another issue that we have data to analyze is your mental programming, dreams, ideas, your mental projections after overcoming the wall.

Screen Projection Technique

            Patients in Alpha and the  preparation to project on the imaginary screen images that unconscious inputsin your mind . The patient, besides describing what he sees, tells about his feelings and emotions . Through his sensbility he can pipe through clairvoyance or other sensitive ways to better detect fluidic locks related to the fac . After the patient self analises what he saw or felt projected, he looks for an optical situation that channel the fluid and change the way of thinking of this experience that will be coded there forever. But the optics, vibrations and understandings will be polished.

            The difficulty of performing an operation, developmen , A level tests , etc. . It is requested that the patient view all the steps to be carried out successfully, changing the optical and fluid vibration related to that situation or challenge.

            If the patient felt well, he visualized all the therapeutic steps . Through this technique we work a new mental projection in the conscious and unconscious level.

                                              
                                                           Pitcher Technique

Patient in alpha
It is requested that the patient, walking, observe a fallen pitcher on the sand of the sea and notice all the details of it.

Patients who see a porcelain pitcher:
These are patients who give a noble and elevated to their affective relationship.

Patients who see a glass pitcher :
These are people with personality characteristics that denote extreme sensitivity, tender, get hurt easily and break the relationship for subtle and sometimes insignificant reasons.

Patients who see a plastic pitcher:
These are people who in their affective relationships are superficial, primitive, carnal, passionate or formal .

Patients who see a earthenware pitcher:
They need to shape their relationships, patients reflect their relationships too .

Patients who see a stainless steel pitcher:
Cold and calculating, these arepatients who have unconscious fears of love.

Patients who see a copper/iron pitcher:
Affective relationships have a very large and particularly significant in their lives, they usually place a weight and exaggerated concern in relationships.
In this technique we observe the affective personal.

                                                           Surprise Technique
It is requested that the patient visualizes an animal / flower / place cards / gift / etc ... and analyzes why it is shaped in his mind that way .

 

                                                           Flowers Technique
 
Visualize a flowery field, observe iwhether you would reap one few or many flowers, and who or what special person would you give this flower to. In this technique, we are able to examine the patient in his condition of planting, harvesting and donating = Ego / Superego .

 

                                                           Lake or mirror technique:

Visualiza a lake , lead to sit on the edge of it and see yourself pondering by the lake, see the expression of his face, watching the eyes and ask the patient what those eyes and image are saying .

 

                                                           Bridge Technique

Imagine you are walking watching a bridge in front of you in detail, cross it  watching all the  physical and emotional reactions . In this technique we can observe and make the patient aware of the selfknowledge, and as he goes through challenges and difficulties like this and how his optical traits are linked to it .

 

                                                           Bodies Technique:

Physical body - emotional - mental - spiritual - Astral - Ethereal .
-Simulate multicolored balls fluids that will fall on the bodies and treat them with the corresponding color.
- Simulate a rainbow to circulate around the body, balancing and reconnecting its fluids .
- Simulates a thought and a color, fortifying it or dissolving it.
- Simulates an ideal dream, shaping involving the same with colors.
- Simulate fluidic connections cords connected to the main centers of forces with their corresponding colors, replenishing fluids and leading nobles each specific subtle body.

  • With these techniques we have the opportunity to energetically rebalance all the bodies.

 

                                                           Travel Technique:
Visualize yourself programming, taking a trip: Who with? and when and how would you travel?
- Visual projection of the trip, its return.

  • After leaving the state of Alpha, question why these shaped projections, sensations were blocked.

                                                           Oasis technique

  • Visualize yourself walking on a desert under burning sun , watching all the felt sensations. See and go to an oasis . Observe an animal that dwells there. Relief and rescue, how would manage to leave the oasis?

 

            In this technique we have the opportunity to selfknow how we would react in dangerous situations and ways to approach and solve it.

 

                                                           Park technique:

Alfa - patient visualizes a flowery park with benches, lake, etc.

Observe people approaching, hug them and socialize fraternally .
The objective of this technique is to break family locks and Karmic fluids .

                                                           Pilgrim Technica
Patient Alpha
Mentally project a pilgrim walk where the patient mentally organizes his backpack, luggage and script, spiritual quest, mission.

During the pilgrimage: observe the path, soil, vegetation, sky, all the details of the way.
Observe how you feel on this path all the way, resting, searches and discoveries.
In this technique the patient is able to obtain self-knowledge and analyze his actual trajectory of life, values, dreams and pursuits.
                                                          
                                                           Evaluation of results

            This process is permanent. It will provide the opportunity for biofeedback and self- ratings of self-analysis and targeting of Sleep Coaching .

            It is important since the narrative description of your day, selecting the target of the night, programmed sentence until providing a metamodeling manacial indispensable to the success of your Sleep Coaching .

            Upon waking up, register your dream and look for, through the dictionary of dreams, preparation and motivation for the day .The results will give direction to your personal Coaching .

            The tools and techniques presented in coaching should be brought to the framework of general results, rating for semesters  each month of the year in the areas of performace, family, career, finally completing a clear and objective way your Sleep Coaching .
            The results depend only on you and your commitment. The benefits and developments will be unique. Thisfantastic challenge is released now, unpublished and complex, as its automation and execution happens, the results occur.

            I am thankful to the Higher Power to give you this box of tools that in the magic of your night  and life can build your dreams and human excellence .

The results are the precious gifts of Sleep Coaching .

 

The tabulation of Sleep Coaching results
semestral evaluation
Goal/Semester
1st semester => results
Performance familiar career achievement program
Jan:
Feb:
Mar:
Apr
Mai:
Jun:
Humanistic result:
Financial result:
Goal/Semester => results
Career Performance familiar use of monthly program
Jul:
Aug:
set:
out:
Nov:
Dec:
Humanistic result:
financial Results
Current results:

IMPORTANT: Tabulate from 0% to 100% your results evaluating how much the monthly therapeutic program was passed and somatize in the tabulated results. Analyze your commitment to Sleep Coaching.
It is Important to send your to the address: Cliniterapia - Rua Tiradentes, 686 - room 29, Venancio Aires-95800-000.

 

                                                           Diary of Dreams

1st  Write a letter to God
- Thoroughly report the facts .
- Dedicate it to God, freeing yourself from all sensations, problems or challenges.

  • Remember, you will always be fine with your faith in a Higher Power .
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2nd Prayer  - seek God's point .
- Through prayer tune with the universe and its celestial laws.
- Look for this link.

- Cry aloud and objectively.
- The power of words is endless .
God created the world by the word, create your world.
- Visualize through a bridge to the future
- Free yourself from the problem. This visualization you will focus - cry - believe. Free yourself to focus on solutions. Small and big miracles happen by the progression of views of faith .
Strengthen in faith:
Jesus told us:
- Faith moves mountains.
Remove, reborn in faith.

Spiritual reconnection until sleep:
3rd Wake up and register dreams, and seek for the biofeedback and motivation for the day.

Important: Begin your diary of dreams delivering your dreams to God.

 

                                                                       Diary of Dreams

 

Date : --------------------- Night Goal ------------------------ ------------------------------------

 

Description of the day : ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Programmer phrase : ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Metamodeling the goal until sleep:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Upon waking up dream registering : ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Self and ecological verification of dreams : ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Motivation for the day : --------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------

Descriptive evaluation of the following steps in pursuit of the goal of Sleep Coaching-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

IMPORTANT :
The commitment to your agenda of Dreams is essential for Sleep Coaching success and results. It is up to you!

 
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