Good Evening Abraham
How can we use the Court of Atonement to help us Create rejuvenating peaceful sleep?
Okay, there are several different things going on that cause people to stay awake in the night. The one most people recognize is worry.
Worry is a person’s mind going over problems and trying to figure out ways for life to end up the way they choose it to be, or, it is worrying that it will turn out the opposite.
Some people use their worrying time very constructively and they actually figure things out.
While others use their time to fret about the worst-case scenarios.
Both in our opinions are still to be considered worrying and a waste of time.
Some of you would call the constructive worrying, “Figuring things out.” We would call it “Forcing things to go your way.” If they had just gone to bed and asked for assistance with total faith that it would turn out for the best, then they would have slept well. They would have risen from bed with a smile on their face, knowing that something miraculous would happen for them.
Fretting is never the best option.
Bedtime prayers are not used by many these days. They, however, had a valid use. Especially when it was backed up with the faith that good things happen.
Using the Court of Atonement for everything that worries you just as you go to bed will solve a lot of the sleep issues that people are having.
Will you please give us an overall sleep-enhancing Court of Atonement?
I, ___________ place myself, ___________ into a Full Court of Atonement with myself, __________ for the purpose of creating blissful, restorative sleep. I ask myself to place all of my concerns into a Full Court of Atonement to be solved by God. I ask for the best resolution of all pressing matters. I ask myself to trust in the good of people, I ask myself to trust in the abundance of God. I ask myself trust in my ability to solve my problems. I ask myself to wake up with the answers to my prayers. All is well. All is as it should be. I am safe to sleep soundly and wake up refreshed.
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