How This Bedtime Ritual Made My Days Run Smoother

How This Bedtime Ritual Made My Days Run Smoother - Dr. Ivy Ge, author of The Art of Good Enough
A few months ago, I picked up a new bedtime routine. Lying in bed at night, I envision the following day being a perfect one. Here's what happened...

A few months ago, I picked up a new routine. Every night lying in bed with my eyes closed, I envision the following workday being a perfect one—no unpleasant situations, unreasonable demands, or chaotic surprises.

I fill the coming day with calm, peace, and order. In my mind’s eye, I wake up feeling refreshed, and leave the house without forgetting things. I see all green traffic lights on my way to work and find a perfect parking spot once I get there.

Even if I have meetings with difficult people the next day, I imagine the conversations running smoothly. Whatever gets in my way, gets out of my way.

Here’s what happened:

My sleep quality goes up.

 

By imagining the following day in detail, I settle in this meditative state and fall asleep soundly at the end of the ritual.

My stress level goes down.

 

The nightly affirmation puts me in a positive frame of mind. I’m confident I can resolve whatever challenge that lies ahead for me. I no longer stress over a project or presentation.

I feel lucky.

 

My troubles seem to fade away. Either a friend, coworker, sometimes, even a stranger steps in to help me resolve an issue, or the problem goes away on its own. My days flow smoothly, and I feel luckier than ever.

Some of you might consider this make-believe; some might think of the law of attraction. No matter where you stand on this subject, I urge you to give this bedtime ritual a try.

Compared to before I started this bedtime ritual, my days are ten times better now. 

Have I convinced you to give it a try?

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Dr. Ivy Ge

Dr. Ivy Ge

Doctor of Pharmacy, author of The Art of Good Enough. She writes to inspire women to design their own fate. Her writings and interviews have been featured on MSNBC, Thrive Global, Working Mother magazine, Parentology, and The Times of India.

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