I view my sleep as precious. I haven’t always held this view. For most of my 20s and 30s, I abused the temple that is my body with alcohol and other intoxicants, as well as mis-identifying pollutants as nutritious food, (In addition to the obvious alcohol, Microwave TV dinners and pre-packaged food are terrible food pollutants) By polluting my body/aura with these energies for almost two decades, I was sleep deprived, or sleep mal-adjusted at best.
Now so much older & wiser, I treat my body more like the temple that it is and I cherish my sleep time.
So when I heard the American government were depriving suspected terrorists of sleep, I was absolutely appalled. How dare they intrude on a soul’s most sacred, precious reconnection to Source, that must occur nightly to maintain optimum health?
Our physical bodies sleep each night to reconnect with Source. It’s essential to our existence – as demonstrated by a person’s physical death after approximately 5 days of sleep deprivation.
In other words, a person who is not allowed to sleep, preferably nightly, will die. Death is a withdrawal of consciousness from this plane. Our physical bodies’ requirement for sleep is so critical to maintaining our connection with Life on this planet that we die without it. Why isn’t this more widely recognized across the modern globe? I’d be pleased if at least one culture with a media-megaphone would honor sleep as requisite to life that it has proven itself to be.
If life is deemed to be so precious, and much political capital in all governmental systems world-wide expresses this viewpoint, why is it when, under the umbrella topic of keeping the world safe, this forced relinquishment of consciousness through sleep deprivation which will equal death is not decried as murder?
Are we – both collectively and individually across the globe — failing to recognize, honor and respect a most important component of where we spend 1/3 of our lives?
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