Sunday Peace Time

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Sorry I missed last week — after lots of days of not sleeping I kept being on the wrong day.  Got on track for the FB page for this but then went back to the delusion it was still Friday before I came back to do this one.  Oh well.  I tell myself that sleep deprivation is helping me learn I can’t control everything or keep my mind on track all the time…

Hope you’re looking forwarding to spending at least 10 minutes chanting or meditating for peace today.

Collective Prayer Sundays:  In case you’re new, we’re finding 10 minutes at a minimum to pray or chant or meditate (or???) for peace every Sunday.  Details are on the CPS page.  For comments:  you can comment here or on that page or you can go to the Facebook page.

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13 thoughts on “Sunday Peace Time

  1. Leigh, I’m not sure what’s behind your sleep deprivation, but I too have had one of the most, if not the most erratic sleeping pattern — or should I say, ‘no-sleeping’ pattern recently! In Brenda Hoffman’s latest post, someone also commented about sleep deprivation. As I also commented about my experience, I can’t distinguish anymore between sleeping, waking, napping time! Crazy! They all fit into the 24-hour period though 😀 Ayayay…these shifts are really something! 🙂

    “I can’t control everything or keep my mind on track all the time…” 🙂 I like that. It’s really a matter of perspective, isn’t it? 😉

    Blessed be Leigh.
    ❤ ❤ ❤ NadineMarie ❤ ❤ ❤

    • Mostly it’s still the muscles unwinding in my head though lately it has sometimes seemed like something to do with energy or shifting cycles — so I do think there’s a bigger something that many of us are going through and then I have the muscles yanking and pulling too…

  2. It helps me to breathe into sleep and back into sleep … they way we focus on breath when meditating. It becomes in essence: meditating into sleep. Anyway, maybe that would work for you.

    • I like the idea of breathing into sleep. My not sleeping is from muscles in my face unwinding– they particularly like to jerk and yank and open in the night. And it really isn’t any easier to meditate or do breathing practices than it is to sleep with my face dancing around on its own… When that’s not happening, I sometimes play my yoga nidra recording as I go to sleep or just take long slow breaths.

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