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Waking Up Between 3 to 5 a.m. Could Actually Mean You’re Experiencing Spiritual Awakening
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Waking up at the same time every night could indicate that there is something you need to pay attention to.  Of course, this refers to waking up without an alarm clock.   You are a human with energies flowing through your body, and waking up at the same time could mean that these energies are disrupted/ blocked.

 

Many articles have described the energy meridians which are used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as key points for the practices of acupressure and acupuncture.
 
According to ancient Chinese Medicine, the energy meridians are connected to a clock system which energizes various parts of the body at different times of the day.  Waking up between 3 to 5 am every night indicates that energies in the analogues part of the body are weak or blocked.
 
TROUBLE SLEEPING BETWEEN 9:00PM AND 11:00PM
This period is typically bedtime for most people.  Difficulty falling asleep during this period of time indicates excess stress and worries accumulated from the day.  To relax and fall asleep easier, try out meditation, relaxation exercises, and positive mantras.
 
WAKING BETWEEN 11:00PM AND 1:00AM
According to ancient Chinese medicine, this period is the time when the energy meridian of the gall bladder is active. So, waking up at this time is linked to emotional disappointment. Practicing unconditional self-acceptance and forgiveness of others can help you get back to sleep.
 
WAKING BETWEEN 1:00AM AND 3:00AM
According to Chinese medicine, this energy meridian is associated with the Chinese medicine body clock and the liver.  Waking up at this time frame is related to emotions of anger and excess yang energy.  You need to drink plenty of cool water and take control over the situation than caused your anger.
 
WAKING BETWEEN 3:00AM AND 5:00AM
Waking up between 3am and 5am is linked to the energy meridian that runs through the lungs and the emotion of sadness. To get back to sleep, try some deep breathing and keep faith in your Higher Power.
 
Being awaken at this time could also mean that your Higher Power is warning you to start paying attention to messages that are being sent to bring you into cooperation with your higher purpose.
 
 

 

WAKING BETWEEN 5:00AM AND 7:00AM
During this time of the morning the energy flow in the large intestine is the most active. Also, emotional blockages are associated with this time frame.  To get back to sleep, stretch out the muscles or use the restroom.
 
BRAIN FUNCTION AND WAKING UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT
Our brains are not fully awake when we suddenly awaken at night. According to The NewYorker.com ‘One of the consequences of waking up suddenly, and too early, is a phenomenon called sleep inertia. First given a name in 1976, sleep inertia refers to that period between waking and being fully awake when you feel groggy. The more abruptly you are awakened, the more severe the sleep inertia.’

 
 


 
 


 
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