I have heard that “an easy nap” can be achieved when you simply stop, or roll the legs out from under you. In this case you can lay down and relax for about 2 minutes. Repeat this several times, each time relaxing slightly to allow the muscles to recover for your next session.
If you’re more prone to anxiety than a regular sleeper, the best solution is to just leave your body fully up and out for the first few minutes, and repeat it several times, this is the best way to learn.
It really isn’t that hard.
How do I get a sleeping pattern like this?
The very first time you get out of bed you should get to the point where your muscles feel tired, so that your brain doesn’t make a fuss if it detects the lack of movement that you normally have, and then you will notice that you’ve lost the ability to move (the inability to flex your lower back, shoulders, or neck means “dormancy”.
Then, when it becomes easier to walk or stand, simply stop at your bedtime to allow your muscles to heal. You don’t have to wait for your body to “get it right”.
The main issue that you will have is if your bedtime is earlier than you usually get up. If that is the case and you have trouble getting up or walking to school or work then you can find a good practice that gets you to sleep for a few minutes before you get up to get back to your house. For example if you are usually getting 10 to 15 minutes of sleep, then try starting the practice at 4:00 to 5:00 am (as most of us were in school or work when you started the practice).
My body will be tense if I try to do this at the same time as I should be working, so try to try the practice when you have relaxed enough to be able to focus on it.
You can do the practice by lying down. If you are prone to anxiety and need to get out every few hours then start the practice by going to bed at 5:00 am and then again at 10 am.
How long does it take before my body comes around to the idea that I can sleep without needing to do it every few hours?
One of the things that I really enjoy about my practice is that after taking a few minutes out to rest (after about 5 to 5.5 minutes of sitting) the first thing that happens
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