Sound Sleep Meditation Course
Improve your sleep, decrease your stress and find focus
These meditation sessions aid you in letting go of worrying thoughts and help you relax your body before bed. Each meditation teaches you a new strategy in preparing for falling and staying asleep.
Better sleep doesn’t only mean relaxation at night. By waking up rested, you’ll find your ability to remain focused and concentrated on any given tasks considerably more manageable.
Enjoy these guided meditations where our expert teacher, Marisa Imon will help you find deep relaxation for your body, and give you a sense of peace and wellbeing before you sleep.
You’ll get the best rest ever and wake up feeling refreshed and prepared to face the day.
Do you find it hard to fall asleep, consistently wake up at night or experience restless sleep patterns? These meditations are for you!
General Wellbeing; Soothe and relax your body. Let a sense of peace envelope you, especially before bed to give you a good rest.
Total Body Relaxation; Learn to master a unique body scan technique, where you’ll focus on your feet and then move your concentration up your body.
Gratitude for Bedtime; Gratitude will give you a renewed view of life and a feeling of contentment, especially before bed. Settle down with a sense of peace.
Setting Intentions for Dreams;Feel the benefit of taking control of your dreams and creating a positive environment, even while you sleep!
Best Night’s Rest; The ultimate meditation for the best night’s rest ever. Wake up well-rested and ready to start the day with a renewed vigour.
Marisa Imon is the internationally bestselling author of Super Intense, a book about how meditation can turn you into a superhero. She is also an award winning composer and host of the unconventional meditation podcast, Incandescent.
Combining both her musical skills and her deep knowledge of meditation she has produced this sound meditation course with MindEasy to create the perfect atmosphere for restful and complete night sleep.
How does sound meditation work?
Sound meditation uses music and tones to cultivate a deep sense of relaxation, creating a soothing yet powerful exercise that clears the mind, heals the body and brings new depth to your meditation practice.
A usual meditation requires you either focus on your breath or body, or use some form of visualisation to keep your mind engaged. The music in sounds meditation gives you that object to focus so you can achieve a meditative state quicker and easier.
Sounds meditation has been practiced in cultures all across the world with ancient roots, including Tibetan singing bowls and Aboriginal tribes using didgeridoo’s as healing instruments.
Is Sound Meditation for me?
If you have tried other meditation techniques and found it hard to switch off your wandering mind, then sound meditation might be perfect for you.
Sound meditation is extremely accessible, as the only requirement is to lay down and listen. With little effort, your mind will put to ease, and you’ll find yourself in a state of deep relaxation and calm in no time.
This sound meditation course can be used anytime your looking to relax, but ideally, it should be used whilst falling asleep or just when your preparing for bed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you meditate with sound?
There are lots of different reason why you might want to meditate with sound.
Sometimes the sound of an instrument, like a gong or chanting, may be the focal point of the meditation.
Sometimes you might want to have nature sounds or relaxing music playing in the background to help you feeling soothed and relaxed whilst meditating.
So long as the sound/ music isn't interfering with the meditation, it's fine.
What is sound bath meditation?
Sound baths are guided meditations that use notes at repetitive frequencies to direct focus and aid relaxation. The sounds are created from crystal bowls, gongs and gemstone bowls.
Sound baths are a meditative experience in which participants are 'bathed' in sound. Those practising the meditation generally lie on their backs on a mat, allowing the sound to wash over them.
The result is a deep meditative state, and a whole host of benefits to your mental and physical well being.
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What is the best sound for meditation?
The best sound for meditation differs from person to person, and you should experiment to find out what best suits you.
Here are some popular choices;