Jul 17 2023
Sleep Meditation - Get Sleepy In The Summertime
In tonight's Sleep Meditation with Karissa we're going to be celebrating the summer. Sometimes, when it's too hot, or you have kids to entertain, you can let the beauty of summer pass you by. Let's take a moment tonight to pause, put everything down, and just enjoy the thought of summer- the relaxing warmth, the blooming flowers, and the long, blue skied days.
First, as always, we'll start with a relaxing introduction from Karissa, before we sink into tonight’s Sleep Meditation.
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The Sleep Wave Podcast has been designed for those who struggle to fall asleep, or to fall back asleep after waking up in the night. The podcast is made up of Powerful Sleep Meditations, Relaxing Stories, and Guided Sleep Hypnosis, to help you unwind, get sleepy and fall asleep fast.
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