It’s Hard to Sleep at Night When Your Heart is at War With Your Mind

As the day fades into night, the moment I’m tucked into bed often feels like the most challenging. My mind travels through winding roads of old memories and long-lost connections. Shadows of the past take the stage as the night’s main performance. It’s a dance between yearning for rest and the overwhelming desire to escape my own thoughts. I often say a prayer or entangle my soul in the a soothing meditation to release myself from the relentless grip of my own thoughts. On these nights, I wrap my heart in a tender embrace and gently remind myself that the sands of time will wash even these moments away. The struggle is real, but so is hope.

As I stroll down memory lane, I can’t help but embrace the journey and free myself from the shackles of emotions. Fear no longer holds me captive; I choose positivity. It’s important to acknowledge the battles fought and won by recovering warriors, for there are times when even the strongest mind whispers echoes of chaos.

Some Tips:

1)Listen to calming music or nature sounds to help your body relax
2)Avoid looking at screens before bedtime and instead read a book or draw
3)Invest in blackout curtains or an eye mask to block out any outside light
4)Take a warm bath with essential oils like lavender or chamomile to help ease tension
5)Exercise during the day to reduce stress and tire your body out
6)Write down any worries you have before bed so they are out of your head while sleeping

A Good Book to Help With Calming Your Mind

Quotes to Help With Anxiety

“It’s so empowering to say “this isn’t serving me’ and walk away in peace.”

“Anything that costs you your peace is too expensive.”

“Not everything that weighs you down is yours to carry.”

Breathe darling. This is just a chapter. It’s not your whole story.”

“Let your mind and heart rest for a while. You will catch up, the world will not stop spinning for you, but you will catch up. Take a rest.”

“Sometimes the best thing you can do is not think, not wonder, not imagine, not obsess. Just breathe and have faith that everything will work out for the best.”


One response to “It’s Hard to Sleep at Night When Your Heart is at War With Your Mind”

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    Mary Lackey

    True Words Terra!!!

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