Safe to Sleep

This is an answer to a post in the Court of Atonement Facebook group about not sleeping.

A great thing to do to help yourself get more sleep is to work on making it feel “Safe” to sleep.
 I, __________ place myself, ____________ and the entirety of my family lineage in a full Court of Atonement for the purpose of evaluating our energy and correcting all events that have taken place that conflicts with feeling safe and secure while sleeping.
 I read this to my husband and he suggested we do it again for just feeling safe!
 I, ___________ place myself, ___________ into a full Court of Atonement with the entirety of my family lineage for the purpose of searching out any and all issues that are in conflict with feeling safe. I ask to correct this energy on the astral plane. I am safe, I am safe, I am safe.
This is one of the safest things you can do for yourself. Because, if you are feeling unsafe ALL the time, you will not “Feel” when real danger approaches. It’s like the old story how to boil a frog. You will simply not notice the heat rising slowly.
 Better to feel safe so that danger rings your doorbell as it approaches, rather than live in a constant state of fear so that real danger can sneak up.


I am your average everyday mother of 3 with now 3 grandkids. I am also a singer/songwriter performing in country clubs and dinner houses. But behind all of this, there is the ability to listen deeper into my own thoughts and hear where the good ideas are actually coming from. It's the same place that I came from... God
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1 Response to Safe to Sleep

  1. Mary Gwin says:

    Thank you so much! This was exactly what I needed. I can say this for someone else too, right. I know someone that needs this?

    Mary Gwin


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