An encoded, energized & amplified audio track, specifically designed for a night of deep and refreshing sleep. Build in quantum signatures of delta waves, melatonin, stress release and specific codes from the Primal Rays of Creation, supporting a night of restful, safe & peaceful deep sleep.
The audio journey is a 20 minutes minimal soundscape, specially produced so it is not distracting from your sleep, and encoded with quantum signature with main components Delta Waves and Melatonin, plus divine codes from the Primal Rays of Creation. A deep audio track with unique energies, supporting a healthy good night's sleep. We added as well an audio loop in case you would like it to be playing all night long. Just choose which one you like to use for each day, 20 minutes of audio to dose off in a restful sleep, or keep the loop running continuously throughout the night.
We want to change the way things work by working with honesty and trust. We have put years of experience, research, and investments in our products and now it's time to trust in abundance equally for all where we can work in a mutual understanding and co-creation. If you want to integrate this divine product into your commercial or non-commercial project, please contact us. We can provide you with a silent version to fit into any digital or physical product, for example, print work, design, music, movie, meditation, and much more. You can take a look at some products already encoded with Divine Tools, clicking here.
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After years of personal divine connection and growth, scientific and technological research and developments, we are now able to have breakthroughs in unique and amazing ways to your own emotional, physical, mental and spiritual growth. We use specific scalar wave technologies and quantum energy signatures embedded into any physical or digital content.
Our Divine Technology is composed of three steps:
1. CAPTURING – With Divine Connection and Intent, we use specific scalar wave technologies to capture, amplify and encode the quantum signature of the object, substance, intention and codes.
2. AMPLIFICATION – We then run the recorded quantum field in a proprietary algorithm amplifying it with the Krystal Sequence over a few billion times.
3. ENCODING – Finally, we can now encode this amplified signature in a perfectly balanced state into any physical or digital content.
Delta waves are associated with deep levels of relaxation and restorative sleep, to remember this simply think of ‘Delta’ for ‘Deep’. They are the slowest recorded brain waves in humans and higher levels are more commonly found in young children. During the aging process, lower Delta waves are produced. Research tells us that Delta waves are attributed to many of our unconscious bodily functions such as regulating the cardiovascular and digestive systems. Healthy levels of Delta waves can contribute to more restful sleep, allowing us to wake up refreshed, however irregular delta wave activity has been linked to learning difficulties or issues maintaining awareness.
Melatonin is a hormone made in the body. It regulates night and day cycles or sleep-wake cycles. Darkness triggers the body to make more melatonin, which signals the body to sleep. Light decreases melatonin production and signals the body to be awake. Some people who have trouble sleeping have low levels of melatonin. People most commonly use melatonin for insomnia and to improve sleep in different conditions, such as jet lag. It is also used for depression, chronic pain, dementia, and many other conditions.
We made a specific quantum signature to release mental preoccupation and anxieties
Divine Codes from the Primal Rays of Creation:
Higher Protection Shield Code*
Sacred Shield Code*
*Since many people are reporting being disturbed at night, may it be energetically or by sounds and thoughts of neighbors we included 2 very powerful encoded energies which make a shield so you feel safer and at ease.
Listen to it by setting your intention before pressing play, 20 minutes before sleep while already in the comfort of your bed. Suggested advice would be to turn on flight mode on your phone (the best would be to switch it off completely, but most use their phones for listening) and keep it away for at least a minimum of 4 meters from your bed or as far the cable of the headphones allow.
Shut off any other electronic equipment like a laptop, wifi, etc. Switch off all lights and make yourself comfortable in bed. You can use either a headphone or stereo sound system, but most people use their phones so please make sure you switched it to flight mode. The sound on a phone when used without headphones is usually not very high quality and can make the experience and workings of the energy less. So advisable would be to use a proper playback device like your stereo with speakers, or iPod, tablet, or laptop with headphones. But try it out yourself which is most comfortable for yourself.
We included next to 20 minutes encoded audio track as well as a 5 minutes loop so you could let it play all night long. Of course, you can also use the 20 minutes version for this. Choose what you feel is comfortable for you.
Before you try any of these methods and are still finding yourself unable to fall asleep in 2 minutes or less, see if there are other tips you can take to make your bedroom a more sleep-friendly place. Have you tried:
How to sleep in 10 seconds
It usually takes a magic spell to fall asleep this quickly and on cue, but just like spells, with practice, you can eventually get to the sweet 10-second spot.
Note: The method below takes a full 120 seconds to finish, but the last 10 seconds is said to be truly all it takes to finally snooze.
The military method
The popular military method, which was first reported by Sharon Ackerman, comes from a book titled “Relax and Win: Championship Performance.”
According to Ackerman, the United States Navy Pre-Flight School created a routine to help pilots fall asleep in 2 minutes or less. It took pilots about 6 weeks of practice, but it worked — even after drinking coffee and with gunfire noises in the background.
This practice is said to even work for people who need to sleep sitting up!
How to sleep in 60 seconds
These two methods, which focus on your breathing or muscles, help you take your mind off topic and back to bed.
If you’re a beginner trying these hacks out, these methods may take up to 2 minutes to work.
4-7-8 breathing method
Mixing the powers of meditation and visualization, this breathing method becomes more effective with practice. If you have a respiratory condition, such as asthma or COPD, consider checking with your doctor before beginning, as this could aggravate your symptoms.
To prepare, place the tip of your tongue against the roof of your mouth, behind your two front teeth. Keep your tongue there the whole time and purse your lips if you need to.
Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR)
Progressive muscle relaxation, also known as deep muscle relaxation, helps you unwind.
The premise is to tense — but not strain — your muscles and relax to release the tension. This movement promotes tranquility throughout your body. It’s a trick recommended to help with insomnia.
Before you start, try practicing the 4-7-8 method while imagining the tension leaving your body as you exhale.
How to fall asleep in 120 seconds
If the previous methods still didn’t work, there might be an underlying blockage you need to get out of. Try these techniques!
Tell yourself to stay awake
Also called paradoxical intention, telling yourself to stay awake may be a good way to fall asleep faster.
For people — especially those with insomnia — trying to sleep can increase performance anxiety.
Research has found that people who practiced paradoxical intention fell asleep faster than those who didn’t. If you often find yourself stressed out about trying to sleep, this method may be more effective than traditional, intentional breathing practices.
Visualize a calm place
If counting activates your mind too much, try engaging your imagination.
Some say that visualizing something can make it real, and it’s possible this works with sleep, too.
In a 2002 study from the University of Oxford, researchers found that people who engaged in “imagery distraction” fell asleep faster than those who had general distraction or no instructions.
Instead of counting sheep, try to imagine a serene setting and all the feelings that go with it. For example, you can imagine a waterfall, the sounds of echoing, rushing water, and the scent of damp moss. The key is to let this image take up space in your brain to prevent yourself from “re-engaging with thoughts, worries, and concerns” pre-sleep.
Acupressure for sleep
One method is to target areas you know and feel are particularly tense, such as the upper part of your nose bridge or your temples.
However, there are also specific points in acupressure that are reported to help with insomnia. Here are three you can do without sitting up:
1. Spirit gate
Feel for the small, hollow space under your palm on your pinky side.
Gently apply pressure in a circular or up-and-down movement for 2 to 3 minutes.
Press down the left side of the point (palm facing) with gentle pressure for a few seconds, and then hold the right side (back-of-hand facing).
Repeat on the same area of your other wrist.
2. Inner frontier gate
On one palm facing up, count three finger-widths down from your wrist crease.
With your thumb, apply a steady downward pressure between the two tendons.
You can massage in a circular or up-and-down motion until you feel your muscles relax.
3. Wind pool
Interlock your fingers together (fingers out and palms touching) and open up your palms to create a cup shape with your hands.
Position your thumbs at the base of your skull, with thumbs touching where your neck and head connect.
Apply a deep and firm pressure, using circular or up-and-down movements to massage this area.
Breathe deeply and pay attention to how your body relaxes as you exhale.
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