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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 Between 3-5AM? Its A Sign Of A Spiritual Awakening

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night and it has always been between 3-5am? Don’t ignore this phenomenon as this may be a sign for your spiritual awakening.

The energy meridians of the body are energy channels ‘transporting’ life energy (Chi/Qi) throughout the body. These are also connected to a clock system that according to ancient Chinese medicine is energizing different parts of your body at different times of the day. Therefore waking between 3am and 5am every night is a sign that energies in that corresponding part of your body are blocked or weak.

Problem sleeping between 9:00pm and 11:00pm

Difficulty falling asleep during this time is a sign of excess stress and worries from the day. Positive mantras, meditation, or successive muscle tension and relaxation exercises are recommended to help you sleep.

Waking between 11:00pm and 1:00am

This time frame is the time that the energy meridian of the gall bladder is active. Waking up at this time frame is associated with emotional disappointment. Practice unconditional self-acceptance and forgiveness of others in order to get back to sleep.

Waking between 1:00am and 3:00am

The energy meridian associated with this is the Chinese medicine body clock and the liver. Waking up at this time is associated with the emotions of anger and excess yang energy. Try drinking cool water and taking ownership of the situation that caused you to feel angry in order to rest peacefully through the night.

Waking between 3:00am and 5:00am

This problem is associated with the energy meridian that runs through the lungs and the emotion of sadness. To help yourself get back to sleep, try some slow, deep breathing and express faith in your Higher Power to help you.

Also importantly

If the time that you awaken is between 3:00 am and 5:00am, it could also be a sign of your Higher Power alerting you to pay attention to messages that are being sent to align you with your higher purpose. Read more below about this important time frame for wakefulness.

Waking between 5:00am and 7:00am

The energy flow is in the large intestines during this time of the morning. Emotional blockages are also associated with this time of the early morning. Try stretching your muscles or using the restroom to help yourself get back to sleep.


Brain function and waking up in the middle of the night

According to The our brains are not quite fully awake when we suddenly awaken at night.  ‘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.’ It said.

When we suddenly wake in the night, the prefrontal cortex part of the brain that is involved in decision-making and self-control is not awake yet. We are not capable of intelligent thoughts when we wake in the night so avoid making any important decisions.

Waking up and fulfilling your higher purpose

It’s important to sleep well and sleep cycles induce dreams and dreams can reveal details about the spiritual journey that you are on. As a human being on a spiritual journey, you need to be aware of the signs that your Higher Power is sending to you.

Just like how emotional problems can manifest in the body as pain, your spirituality can also manifest in bodily form as well. The divine inner spark that we all posses is being called upon at the time that you are waking up. This signal from your Higher Power is something to tune into.

Ancient knowledge stipulates that it is our purpose to reach a higher level of ourselves and strive for it constantly. So be aware and stay healthy!