Secret in the Pyramid (Sleep Story)

(Premium) This is a long sleep story for grownups created during a livestream with ideas from viewers. This healing sleep story for grownups is a bedtime story for grownups about someone at home clearing out their loft. They find photographs and look through the photos, stopping to look at photos of Paris. They went through a box of old photos handed down through their family. They found a photo of Egypt, they drifted into a reverie, thinking about what it would have been like to be in Egypt in a tent. They imagined walking into a pyramid. They find a secret path deeper into the pyramid. Deep in the pyramid they discover a pulsing orb which seems to pulse through the chamber and their body. They reach towards the orb. With a pulse, they find themselves in a location looking like snow, but the snow was warm to the touch. Then another pulse and they find themselves in a location with a meadow. With each pulse, they find themselves in a different location. Then they touch the orb and find themselves in a forest. This time the pulse doesn’t end and they find that the experience doesn’t fade. They head to a waterfall, down to a lagoon. They head to a cottage. They see someone on a jetty near the cottage. The person is just sat there, not responding to them trying to engage in conversation. The person eventually greets them and explains that they were in a deep meditation. The person explained about the orbs. They explain that they are a robot and that the orbs are advanced technology. The robot takes them down to a secret room with a chair in the middle of the room. The person sits in the chair, has a helmet put on their head and using light and sound, the helmet triggers a binaural experience which forms into a vivid visualisation of being on a beach. They find someone painting who explains to them about what they are doing. They find themselves next drifting to the experience of being in an aquarium. Leaving the aquarium, they find themselves in an art gallery. After their experience, they find themselves back in the chamber as they take off the helmet. They head back up to the cottage and to the jetty. The person found their way back to the orb and found themselves back in the chamber in the pyramid then drifted out of the experience, back to the loft and continued to sort out and tidy the loft. The person then went on a camping road trip to connect with a different way to approach the future. On returning home, they find themselves drifting to sleep so peacefully, soundly and comfortably.

All of my healing hypnotic sleep stories for grownups use therapeutic storytelling to help you fall asleep while reducing stress, worry and anxiety. If you want to learn about what makes my sleep stories therapeutic and what I am doing you can find out in this video here: 

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I am a #1 best-selling autistic self-published author, I have had over 150,000 books sold, over 15 million YouTube video views, and my sleep story mp3’s have been downloaded and streamed over 5,000,000 times. I have created many online hypnosis, hypnotherapy and parenting training courses and have an extensive background working in child and family support, and helping around sleep, anxiety and stress.

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