The Mystery of Life

Some things will always remain a mystery at this level of consciousness, and it is right that they should. So do not try to solve all the mysteries. Give the universe a chance. It will unfold itself in due course. Enjoy the experience of becoming.

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How many of us sometimes want to know the outcome?
How many of us are tempted to read the last few pages of a book to discover the ending?

 

Are you EVER happy after you know what’s going to happen?  Do you continue reading, or does knowing what happens spoil the rest of the book?  As it would be if you knew the outcome of your life.

 

What’s the point of life if you remember in advance what’s going to happen next?  Remember?  Did you say, remember?  Yes indeed, I said remember.  You know of course that our lives have been mapped out.  We sign  a contract as I said in in the previous linkage.  It is in Transition Hall where we choose our next life, where we sign that contract that details what will happen and when it will happen in our lives.  If you find your life spinning out of control, if you are unhappy, if you are distressed, all I can say is:
Your soul chose this experience.
Your soul needs this to move on, to grow.

 

If you don’t find resolution in this incarnation, you will find it in another one.  Your soul is eternal, your current body is just a shell.  Your soul is what teaches your body.  I understand that while you are in your current turmoil, if you aren’t in the place where you’re aware of your soul and and the fact that your experiences have been mapped out, it can be VERY distressing to you that life isn’t working out according to your plan, but do you think it would make life any better, if you knew the outcome?

 

What if the outcome appeared more challenging than the experience?  Would you give up?  Would you close the book and put it away?  Would you cash in your chips?

 

You do understand transitioning at your own hand is a one way ticket back to the physical?  You don’t go through Transition Tunnel.  You don’t go through Transition Hall.  There is no reunion with your Soul Group.

 

This is NOT a punishment.  You simply have to learn that when a challenge arises you must face it and beat it back.  Life is a gift that should not be returned.  Your transition is determined when you sign that contract I discussed earlier.  What happens when you breach a contract?  There are consequences, correct?  The consequence of transitioning at your own hand is a one way ticket back to the physical.  Not only that, but you’ll find the same challenge at the same time in your life that caused your distress.

 

The point is:
Life is a mystery.  Don’t look for a reason for every circumstance.  Live life and do your best to be happy. Find joy even in the challenge that life presents.

 

Challenges will arise.  Meet them and don’t run away.  If you can find a way to laugh at your present moment even if you don’t want to you’ll find life will be easier.  Stress will vanish and you’ll be happier.  Just remember:
Your life is mapped in Transition Hall.
Everything that is happening is supposed to be happening according to the contract your soul signed in Transition Hall.  Life is a gift.  Don’t return it prematurely!

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

Stillness is Not a Thing

Stillness is the only thing in this world that has no form.  But then, it is not really a thing, and it is not of this world.

 

Eckhart Tolle
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As The Eagles say:
Learn to be Still

 

It is only in stillness that we learn who we truly are.  In this modern age of technology, it is extremely challenging to unplug, to shut down, to be just with oneself.  How many of us can do so?  Not many I would imagine.  If we want to remain emotionally balanced, it is imperative that we find a way every day to slip away from the world; to shut down, to contemplate our place.  It is important for our well being that we unplug.

 

Introverts, especially need this me time.  Which is not to say we all don’t need quiet time.  We do.  In the stillness, is sometimes where our greatest insights come from.  Why do you think creatives sometimes use the excuse of going for a walk to clear their heads?  It is because by getting away, by leaving their challenge, by going for a walk they declutter their minds, they are able to free up that noise and think about something else.  Thus, many times creatives find that elusive solution that was hiding in plain sight.  They remove themselves from the obstacle and the debris flows away, thus clearing the path for the solution to present itself.

 

I’ve used this practice myself many times.  Writing fiction many years ago presented challenges all their own and several times during the course of a week, I would arrive at a wall.  Instead of being discouraged by this, I’d use it as an opportunity to realize that I needed to break away, that I needed a respite.  I walked away from the wall.  I shut down.  I played some soft music and closed my eyes.  I blocked out all thought of said challenge.  I meditated.

 

Mediation has been a tool I’ve used for years.  Not simply in helping me find solutions to challenges, but also as a means of helping me cope with the daily grind that life presents.  Learning to be still can help in so many ways.

–Meditation can help you deal with the challenges that arise in your life because you can calm yourself in the face of fear.

–Meditation can help you with your sleep patterns.  If you meditate at night just before going to sleep, turning off all electronics, turning off all lights, and playing soft music, you will find yourself much more relaxed when you head to bed.

 

And speaking of your bedroom, the ONLY thing you should be doing in there is sleeping.

You should have NO television in your bedroom.
You should have no computers in your bedroom.

 

 

Your body and mind get used to a certain rhythm and having glowing screens in front of you all the time, it is next to impossible to shut out all that flickering light.  Why do you think when you close your eyes after staring at something bright, you continue to see that flickering?  Do you really think that flickering doesn’t hurt your chances to sleep at night?

 

Of course it does.  That’s why I find it so important to shut down all screens an hour before I go to bed.  Learning to meditate took me some time, but now I find it very easy to do so.  Remaining still, finding your center, meditating?  These are all extremely important traits to have.  Everyone should practice.

 

Stillness:
Find yours!

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

Higher Vibrational People

Seek out higher vibrational people, and avoid those who reflect more ego-oriented behavior patterns

 

Your Ultimate Calling
Wayne Dyer
Page 201

 

Knowing that according to Law of Attraction our thoughts create our reality, it then stands to reason that those we choose to surround ourselves with also influence our thoughts, thus influencing our reality.  If we are feeling low, if we are in a negative place, perhaps we need to look the people in our circle.  Are we letting the right people in?  If not, It may be time to weed our gardens.

 

Weed our gardens?

 

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Yes.  Are there weeds of in our friendship gardens?  Are there people who choke our emotions, who keep us down?  Perhaps some of those weeds hide the fact they are indeed weeds by growing flowers, doing their best to stay in our lives.  What we must do is really get down in the dirt, examine each and every person in our garden.
Do they charm us?  
Do they lift us up?  
Do they bring laughter and joy?

 

Or:
Do they only appear to do so by hiding the fact that they are weeds?

 

We need to be strong enough to know we can eliminate the weeds and still move forward without the pretty weeds, the weeds that appear to be positive, but really still bring us down.

 

We are better than these people.  If it comes down to the fact that you have more weeds than flowers, it is better to eliminate the weeds.  As challenging as it may be to be without anyone in your life, does it really make sense to keep people around just because you’d be lonely without them?

Are these negative people truly your friends?
Do they want what is best for you or what is best for them?
Are they only happy, do they only reach out when you lift them up?

 

Only you can make the decision whether to keep or remove someone.  Eventually your emotional state will make the choice for you.  I’ve learned this lesson and I now have the BEST circle of friends I’ve EVER had.

 

As Wayne Dyer says:
Seek out higher vibrational people, and avoid those who reflect more ego-oriented behavior patterns.

 

It’s more important to have positive people in your life especially if you are just starting down this new path.  You don’t need someone constantly dragging you backward.  It’s why in EVERY recovery program available those who have been there tell you to drop your old friends because most likely many of them are still not in recovery.  They will only drag you back.  If you are truly interested in growth then it is time to weed your garden.  You’ll find the right people once you remove the negative people.

 

Be strong enough to move forward.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

 

 

 

A Great Chasm

As you go the way of life you will see a great chasm
Jump.
It’s not as wide as you think.

Native American Proverb
Into the Abyss
Page 169
Carol Shaben

 

I read Into the Abyss this past summer and was blown away.  If you’d like to know what the book is about, feel free to open the preceding link.  It will bring you to Scranton Page Turner, one of my other blogs I write. Creating abundance doing what I love has been an amazing experience.  I get to read for a living.  Who else can say that?  Many people obviously.  However, I’ve learned since being in this worldview I’ve been experiencing for sometime now, that as Law of Attraction suggests, our thoughts do indeed create reality.  Because I CHOOSE to see my career in a certain light, because I CHOOSE to see I get to read for a living that’s what becomes my reality.

 

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I find inspiration for Wisdom and Life everywhere as you can clearly see from this above quote.  As with photography, when I’m constantly seeing with my photographer’s eye, everything quote, every phrase I come across becomes fodder, becomes as my friend, Jason Marchi likes to say becomes grist for the mill.

 

The above passage can be used in almost every aspect of life.
Don’t be afraid.

 

Life is full of challenges, full of chasms.  You can’t move forward if you always choose the easy path.  You won’t live life fully unless you take some risk, unless you jump occasionally.  You’ll stagnate if you constantly run from that chasm.  There will be no success.  Life without risk is not the life I want.  No one should want that life!

 

It’s not as wide as you think.
The chasm is NEVER as wide, the challenge you THINK you have is NEVER as challenging as you make it out to be.  After you’ve faced it down, after you’ve jumped, once on the other side, tell me this isn’t true.  Every time you face a challenge and jump, the less likely you’ll shrink from the next one that appears.  As with muscle memory, the more you do something, the stronger you become.

 

Take that risk!
Jump.
You may surprise yourself and find that you can indeed fly.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

 

 

An Impassible Barrier

There’s really no way I can get through to her? I asked.
Perhaps something will develop in time he said. At the moment, her disbelief is an impassable barrier.

What Dreams May Come
Richard Matheson
Page 175
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I read What Dreams May Come the first time in the mid 1990s after meeting Richard Matheson at the World Horror Convention in Stamford, Connecticut in 1993.  My friend, Jason Marchi and I went to the convention together as we were both writing dark fantasy at the time.  This book changed my entire perspective on life and death.  It was my introduction to the belief in reincarnation and past lives.  Upon finishing the book I realized just how much sense it made that we always return.

 

What Dreams… is a very emotional book and I’m not ashamed to admit that with both readings I shed some tears.  I’ve also watched the movie several times and while the book is a different flavor, the movie also holds a very special place in my heart. Now after reading the book again, I clearly see many similarities in my worldview and this book.  In several cases, Richard Matheson states that what we believe in life is what we will see in transition.  That’s a question I presented in a column here at Wisdom and Life:
What Do You Believe

 

The quote above is a clear example of this.  I suppose what I’m suggesting is:
–If someone you’re close to has transitioned, please believe they are still close by, that they still exist.
–If someone tells you something about the transitioned soul that ONLY you and they would know, don’t dismiss the information.

 

As in the book and the movie, you don’t want the transitioned soul attempting to contact you and let you know they are safe, only to met by that impassable barrier.  If my readers know someone who does not have a belief in the soul transcending our physical self, then it is important to do your best to show them that we do exist beyond transition. That death REALLY is simply a transitory state.

 

I implore anyone who hasn’t read What Dreams May Come, find the book.  Read it.  Then tell me your perspective hasn’t changed.  Look for the movie as well.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

Happy Day After Thanksgiving

Seeing as we are one day after Thanksgiving, I’ve decided NOT to write a traditional column for today.  I hope everyone who celebrates Thanksgiving had a FAB day and didn’t overeat.

 

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Enjoy the day today.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

 

President Kennedy’s Transition

FIfty one years ago, two days ago on Saturday was President John Kennedy’s last day alive.

 

It’s been said that President Kennedy had a death premonition, writing in 1961:
I know there is a God…I’m ready.

JFK

I often wonder what someone would do if they knew it was their last day in this their most recent incarnation.  Who would they spend their time with?  Would someone tempt fate and do their best to change history?  Anyone who has been a long time reader of Wisdom and Life knows my feelings about our transition; that our transition date is written in stone long before we incarnate. A Dangerous Thing discusses my belief that no matter what we do, we cannot change the fact that we are scheduled to transition on the day we we are scheduled to.  The BEST thing we can do is enjoy our lives and spend our time with those people who lift us up, doing things that bring us pleasure.  The best thing we can do when we DO transition is doing something we love, being surrounded by those people who love us.

 

 

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As challenging as it was to witness, I watched someone pass over ten years ago.  John W. worked with me at the Scranton Library in Madison, Connecticut.  He suffered a massive heart attack while behind the circulation desk.  I knew the MOMENT he collapsed that it was all over.  After all this time has passed I now realize it’s probably the best thing that John passed at work.  He was doing something he loved.  He was surrounded by those who loved him.  Thus it may have made his transition easier on him.  Just as President Kennedy’s death may have been less traumatic since he was with his wife and doing something we can only surmise he loved doing.

 

We should all be so fortunate that when we transition, we are with our loved ones, doing what we love.

 

If it’s true that President Kennedy understood his transition was close at hand, did he spend his days the way he wanted?  If he knew his last day indeed arrived on November 22, would he have done anything different?  What was he thinking as he woke that morning?

 

I’m sure his thoughts were on what lay ahead in Dallas.  Did he know that he narrowly escaped an assassin’s bullet in Chicago on November 2nd weeks earlier?  If so, I wonder if he was on alert, on edge with each successive day he lived.  I’m sure all world leaders are always on edge knowing that they are a target.  If you are interested in JFK’s assassination, I recently read a book called:
JFK and the Unspeakable.  I gave a brief review of that book at Scranton Page Turner here:
Presidential Books  The book is the last to be mentioned in the column.

 

The only thing I can say in relation to this column today:

Remember:
–Live your life as if each day you receive is a gift.
–Tell those people you love that you love them.
–Don’t let a day go by without expressing how you feel.
–Do what you love and take time to be with those you love, those who lift you up.

 

The last thing anyone wants is to transition with something left unsaid, something left undone.  According JFK and the Unspeakable:
During his time in office, President Kennedy shifted his policy from one of military power to one of peaceful negotiation.  One thing that completely blew me away is the fact that both Kennedy and Khrushchev developed a back channel communication.  They both saw their roles change during the course of their leadership.   Khrushchev’s son at one point mentioned that had President Kennedy not been targeted, he believes Kennedy and Khrushchev would have ended The Cold War in the 1960s.  It is possible that Kennedy was indeed doing what he loved as President, changing world politics.  If you believe James Douglass’s interpretation of the facts, it was this VERY change that set the assassination wheels in motion.

 

The fact that BOTH Kennedy and Khrushchev worked behind the scenes to change world policy shocked me to the core, because the lasting impression I have of Khrushchev is the scene of him slamming his shoe on a conference table.  It takes just one tiny change to alter your entire worldview.

 

Peace.
Love
Understanding.

 

These are all attributes we should strive for and it appears that’s exactly what the two superpower leaders were attempting to build if you believe James Douglass and his book.  JFK and the Unspeakable truly became a game changer for me and fits in well with the themes of Wisdom and Life.  I can heartily recommend this book to my readers here as well.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

 

 

Nothing is Permanent

Nothing is permanent in each of our incarnations; The only permanence is in the fact that we return again and again and we meet the same people again and again.

 

Christopher Jennings Penders

 

I was reminded of this last week while waiting for my walking partner and friend.  Doris Z. someone I just met about six months ago came up to me and told me she has lung cancer.  She never smoked.  I felt honored that she felt comfortable enough with me after only just meeting me to share such intimate details with me.  Laura B. another friend saw me a few weeks ago and mentioned that as long as she has known me, for almost twenty years, she has noticed how many people feel an instant connection with me and almost immediately upon meeting feel at ease and begin sharing intimate details of their lives.

 

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I never really gave that any thought but after Laura mentioned it, and after my conversation with Doris it all struck me at once that Laura was correct.

 

Nothing is permanent.  I originally was going in a completely different direction with this column.  However after having that conversation in the parking lot while waiting for my walking partner, I decided I needed to give credit to Doris and have her in my thoughts.  I did my best to comfort her.  I don’t know how successful I was however.  I always feel like I should do more to help those in need.  I want nothing more than to wave a magic wand and make everything all better for those in any kind of pain, whether it be physical or emotional.  It’s just the kind of person I am.  I can’t change my DNA.

 

If we can only remember that nothing is permanent, not pain, not blessings, not the weather, our lives would be dramatically improved.  Change is inevitable and we don’t have to view that as a negative.  To many people resist the inevitability of change and fighting it only causes us distress.  As I constantly say at Wisdom and Life:
Why not flow with the current?  Row your boat down the stream.

 

It’s only when we fight the current.
It’s only when we resist change.

 

That we struggle.

 

Everything that is happening in our lives is supposed to happen is it is unfolding anyway.  Our lives have been mapped out for us, by us before we incarnate anyway.

 

So don’t resist.
So don’t struggle.

 

Having relationship challenges?

It’s part of why you chose the relationship you’re in.

It’s why you’re having a challenge with your partner, whether they be your lover, your mate or simply a friend.  Every relationship you experience over the course of each incarnation you have is there to help you grow, to help you learn.  Everyone in your circle has ALWAYS been with you.  And we change relationships during each incarnation.  In one you may have a best friend.  In a previous or future incarnation that best friend may be your husband or your wife, they may be your brother or sister.  They may transition early or late.  It all depends on their decision.

 

That’s why I say that nothing is permanent except our continual recycling, our continual reincarnating.  I’ve said it before:
God was the first to think green.

 

So if you are experiencing an emotional storm.
So If you are experiencing physical pain.

 

Remember:
Nothing is permanent.

And all the challenges we face are put in our path to help us grow beyond our dreams, to help us move up another rung in that spiritual ladder.  

 

Our final goal is to get to a point where we aren’t directed to return but where we can CHOOSE to return, to reincarnate.  Where we become one with God.  Our souls are constantly evolving and at some point we hope to get to the place where we don’t HAVE TO return.  Where we can choose to return if we want to.

 

As I said:

Nothing is permanent in each of our incarnations; The only permanence is in the fact that we return again and again and we meet the same people again and again.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

 

 

Snowball Effect and Law of Attraction

For those of you unaware I wear a myriad of hats:
Photographer
Writer
Librarian

 

And:
Social Media Consultant.

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I belong to the Madison Connecticut Chamber of Commerce on the back of my photography business:
CJP Photos.

However, I’ve found another venture I have re-imagined is getting me more attention now than my photography.  At one point in the late 1990s and very early 2000s I owned a computer consulting business.  I built several Windows based computers for a few clients.  I used my knowledge to troubleshoot both hardware and software.  My client base was huge, having over a hundred clients.

 

In 2001 after finishing my library science degree, I found a job at my local library where I still put my computer knowledge to work.  Once hired full time I dispersed my clients to several other people I knew and trusted.  I kept a handful for myself so I could keep my hands in the business.  That computer business has now been re-imagined and that is what is drawing clients now.  I help people maintain their websites as well as get people up to speed on the various Social Media platforms available.  I never want to get as busy as I did with my computer business.  I don’t have the time and it wouldn’t be fair to those “imagined clients” if I couldn’t help them.  At the moment I have about six clients and I can afford to acquire approximately four more.  I can maintain a base of ten, not much more than that however.

The Madison Chamber of Commerce has a monthly social gathering where local business owners come for food, beverage and connection.

 

Last month I attended the social with my friend, Cathy who owns an eco friendly cleaning business.  I maintain Cathy’s website:
Sea Green Natural and I promote her business online.

 

As a result of that, she does her best to help promote my Social business.  Last month, at the Chamber event, I picked up a new client and we met for the first time last Wednesday (November 12.)  When our meeting ended, Agnieshka Jadak from Jadak Hair Restoration couldn’t have been happier with how much I did for her in the two hours we were together.  We have another meeting scheduled for today.  A few hours later, my phone rang.  Another client, this one also a referral from Cathy, wants me to edit a manuscript and help him with Social Media.

 

And that’s not all:
The following morning I received a call from a friend of mine who wants me to help get him up to speed with Social.

 

This was a connection I made on my own.  I’m convinced however, that all of these clients are connected to Agnieshka starting the snowball rolling.  You know how strong a belief I have in Law of Attraction.  The fact that these other clients came immediately after that initial meeting leads me to believe it is surely Law of Attraction in action.  The more we do something, the more we are active with something that brings us joy, the more of that that will arrive in our world.

 

So I have Cathy and Agnieshka to thank for this snowball.  It’s rolling and picking up speed.  I know it will continue to accumulate more snow (more clients) as it builds momentum.  I have the ability to slow the momentum if I feel overwhelmed, which is also a good thing.  At the moment, however, I’m relishing the speed at which all this is happening.  I’m so excited.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!

Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

Sleep Better by Runtastic

Last Thursday, November 6, I discovered a phone app I’ve been using since I downloaded it on Thursday afternoon:
Runtastic Sleep Better

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Sleep Better gives you stats on your sleep patterns in a clear and concise interface.  The app provides you with an alarm that wakes you when you’re in the lightest sleep pattern within a half hour range.  In other words if you want to wake at 7 then set the alarm for 7 and Sleep Better will wake within the half hour range from 630 to 7.  The presiding data now available in sleep theory suggests that if you wake during your lightest sleep pattern, or even better if you wake naturally you’ll be more refreshed throughout the day.  I haven’t tested that yet as I’ve been on vacation this week and I haven’t had to get up a specific time.  However that seems to make sense.  I like that the alarm has different sounds to wake you.  I can tell you without reservation that I REALLY find it distressing when I wake to my shrill alarm on my bedside clock.  Another feature about the alarm on Sleep Better that I like is the sound you choose begins at a low sound and gently increases until you turn it off.  So that also impresses me.

Not waking all at once to a shrill alarm.
And waking during my lightest sleep pattern.

 

Those features alone make owning this app a homerun.

 

One of the things I found completely fascinating is that because I work one night a week until 9pm I’ve been under the impression that I sleep poorly on these nights, typically Tuesday nights.  Last week I worked Thursday night and I used Sleep Better for the first time on Thursday.  My sleep stats for that night impressed me:
I slept for 7 hours and 33 minutes.

Light Sleep:
1 hour and 57 minutes
26%

Deep Sleep:
4 hours and 14 minutes
56%

 

According to the New York Times, a night of normal sleep should consist of about 25 percent slow-wave sleep.  Even though last Thursday, I only experienced slightly over 4 hours of deep sleep It was still over double the average I need according to The New York Times.  This is another useful feature in this app; the fact that Sleep Better will track the amount of deep sleep one gets a night.  Here’s a caveat to this feature however.  I paid for the FULL version.  At $1.99, that price certainly didn’t break my bank.  I’m not sure if the free version will track your deep sleep.  I recommend paying for the full version.  No ads will appear and you get more features, and as I said above the price won’t put you in the poor house.

 

After a few nights of using Sleep Better I discovered that it also works in airplane mode on the iPhone.  I read SOMEWHERE online that putting your phone in airplane mode, may reduce the amount of radiation.  The article I read said something like:
If you are worried about radiation by having the phone that close to you, you can place the phone in airplane mode and the app will continue to work.

 

Since last Sunday night I do so.  I also turn off all sound and vibrations so I won’t be disturbed when I receive notifications.  The alarm still operates even though the “sound notifications are muted.”

 

Understanding how well we sleep is important to our well being, both our physical and our emotional well being.  This sleep app does an amazing job as far as I can see after using it for a week and I wouldn’t hesitate recommending using the paid version.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.