Would you like to know how to sleep better?
That’s what I want to help you with and I’ve got the perfect guest to help me. In today’s podcast I’m chatting with Holistic Psychotherapist and Author, Keri Nola. Keri’s book 44 holistic tips for peaceful sleep is a real gem if you are looking for ideas on how to sleep better. And, it’s a nice quick read too – well worth just getting your hands on!
Today’s podcast chat (and Keri’s book) is ideal for people who:
- Appreciate natural and holistic remedies for resolving sleep challenges
- Have difficulty falling asleep
- Have difficulty staying asleep
- Experience restless sleep
- Feel tired upon waking
- Have low energy at points during the day
- Fear bedtime because of a history of sleep difficulties
- Have difficulty relaxing the mind at bedtime
- Have difficulty relaxing the body at bedtime
During our chat, Keri shares many of her tips from her book including some really interesting ones that you might not expect…. listen out for the one with the rocks!
Keri also dives into some of the more emotional reasons that we might not be sleeping easily, things that I would refer to as our head trash.
Once aspect we talk about quite a bit, and which cropped up in my chat with Chel Hamilton a few weeks ago, was the idea of letting go of our thoughts and not judging what’s happening in our heads.
Here’s a little but more information about Keri
Keri Nola is an Intuitive Psychotherapist, Best-Selling Author, and Conscious Business Coach for Lightworkers. While building and maintaining a thriving clinical practice for nearly a decade, Keri has now expanded her passion for the healing arts by creating a virtual coaching academy to support spiritual entrepreneurs in awakening their gifts to share their products and services with the world. She is on a mission to ignite a global, heart centered revolution that allows healers to have the confidence, clarity, and skills they need to bring more light to the planet at this time. To join Keri’s community, visit her website at www.kerinola.com
What did you think of Keri’s advice? Have you tried some of this? Has it worked? What’s worked best for you when it comes to getting better sleep. Let me know in the comments!