Oasis in the Mind (Sleep Story)

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(Premium) This healing sleep story for grownups is a bedtime story for grownups about one evening, walking into a garden on a farm, heading to a tree swing at the back of the garden. You sit on the tree swing. You think about a time in the past when you created this swing. You gently swing on that swing. You can see the sheep in the field. You try to count those sheep and find yourself drifting into a daydream. You find that your mind flies and realise that you are a butterfly. You settle down by a pool of water where you notice a wormhole open up which you travel through. You find yourself exiting the wormhole in a desert at night-time. You are aware that you are here as just consciousness, which is projecting a sense of having a physical body around you. You see an oasis, which you head towards. At the oasis, you meet someone who tells you that this is the oasis in the mind. You sit next to the person near the lake, listening to the crackling campfire, the rustling trees and listen to their voice as they guide you through a healing experience, guide you to a library in your mind where you can access universal knowledge and wisdom. After reading a while, you walk through a door and find yourself in an old English country garden. You head into the cottage and find a note telling you to make yourself comfortable and recommending that you check out the sensory deprivation tank upstairs. You go and try out the sensory deprivation tank. You drift into an inner experience with no time, no up, down, left, right, back or forth, just here and now. You hear the sound of a beach. You have a sense of lying on a comfortable towel on the beach on a sunny day. You stand up and walk into the water, you then head back and sit down and have an experience of the oasis in your mind before finding yourself back in the sensory deprivation tank, having something to eat and drink in the cottage, talking to a little old lady in the back garden of the cottage before finding your way back to the library and back to the oasis, to that person who has been guiding you. You notice a sandstorm has whipped up across the desert. You get told to trust yourself, before you set off into the sandstorm to find your way back to the wormhole. You find yourself back as a butterfly and drift back to having a sense of swinging on that swing aware that you lost track of your counting. You notice a distant storm is coming, so you get all the animals safe for the night. You head home, sit on the porch while the rain increases, before heading inside, sitting in a seat reading and then heading to bed.

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: https://youtu.be/sd2q_GZlTHQ 

Dan Jones Hypnosis Sleep Stories Podcast (Over 200 Sleep Stories – My alternative to Patreon for those who want to support my work): https://danjoneshypnosis.podbean.com/ 

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