Be free-floating, allowing the situation to surround you, and be in it. Take in the full surroundings, including the temperature of the water.
This may bring incredible clarity, presence and focus. This is what is means to be a jellyfish.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

My Sleep Time Show

I know it's early for the sleepy time show - but I have been busy today. The normal chores, laundry and such took up the morning.
Then I took the kids on a hike on a great easy trail in the mountains. (more on that in the Walking on Wednesday Series). Here is a sneak peek of the beautiful scenery.
Waterfall seen on the drive to the beginning of the trail
We are all a bit tired, so we put on my sleepy time show early tonight. I have a couple shows that just knock me out, put me right to sleep. They are:

  1. any History Channel show, and 
  2. many Discovery Channels shows. 

Hubby is already dozing off, and the boys are so relaxed it won't be long until they are snoring too. My daughter soon will be in the same boat, cuddled up here with me.
Whale Shark
What is the show that has us near comatose?
Discovery Channel's Planet Earth


bioluminescence










It has beautiful images, soothing music, and Sigourney Weaver's soft voice
This is the perfect trio of things to relax, subdue, and knock us into a nice cozy sleep.
Tonight, it is  Deep Oceans. So lots of dark, blues, and water sounds. Beautiful corals, colors, and bioluminescence.


Ahhhh...good night.......

Nighty night. Sleep tight.
Don't let the bedbugs bite
If they do, grab a shoe
and smack them 'till they're black and blue.

4 comments:

  1. Very nice and relaxing...I'm nearly drifting off...zzzzZZZzzzz

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  2. Oh, I have to remember what time those shows are on...my boys really like them. And what channel?

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  3. Very nice.

    I just gave you an award - thought I'd let you know.

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  4. Thank you Judie! I am honored!!

    Sandra, we were watching it on Animal Planet...it was on all night, well several in a row that is. Check Sunday night listings I guess.
    I usually don't plan sleepy time shows, I just check the listings for history shows or nature shows...either one usually does the trick. ;)

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