Letting Go of Bad Dreams
By- Sitender Sehrawat

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Sit on the floor in a lotus position, and keep your spine erect. 

Close your eyes, take a few deep breaths, and let go of any tension in the body and anxiety from the mind.

As you breathe, bring your awareness to any lingering sensations or emotions from the bad dream. 

Notice where they reside in your body and gently acknowledge their presence. Let your Consciousness travel with your breath. 

With each exhale, imagine releasing these sensations and emotions, allowing them to dissolve into the Universe.

With the next inhale, visualize breathing in the light surrounding you, wrapping you in a warm and comforting embrace. This light is a beacon of peace and protection, guiding you through the darkness of the night. Feel its gentle warmth seeping into your skin, soothing away any residual tension or fear.

With each breath, invite a sense of safety and security to wash over you. Know that you are one with the light of the Universe, and there is no place for darkness. 

Let this light protect you physically and mentally while you sleep. Trust in the power of your own consciousness, which is merging into the universal light. 

You may practice this exercise before sleeping to prevent bad dreams from entering your sleep.

As you drift off to sleep, envision yourself surrounded by a cocoon of love and light, shielding you from any negative energies or disturbances. Allow yourself to be embraced by the protection of universal light, knowing that you are supported and cared for every step of the way.

May this practice guide you into a night of deep and restful sleep and keep you safe from the grip of bad dreams.

You may choose to practice an exercise inviting positive vibrations in your mind and body immediately before you sleep.

May you sleep deep and peacefully.

With love and gratitude!