Coloring sheepnot counting themis the meditative pathway to sleep
A good night’s rest is the key to health and productivity. Yet millions of people lie awake struggling to get to sleep. The mind races, the body tenses, and the opportunity for peace stays out of touch. Until now. Coloring is turning out to be more than a passing trendit really does calm the brain, which in turn relaxes the body, making it easier to float off into dreamland. It’s also a low-tech option that requires only a book of simple illustrations and a few colored pencils or markers. Research shows that reaching for a screen can overstimulate the mind. It’s time to set the phone aside and look to more natural solutions.
In this unique collection of soothing drawings and patterns to color, easy meditations, and serene sayingsmade to color and internalizereaders will be lulled into sleep. Ironically, the idea of having to color in an entire drawing can be stressful in and of itself, so the pages of Dream are designed to take less than ten minutes to complete. Printed on heavy paper, with perforations for easy tear-out pages, the coloring books in this series offer great benefits for little time or cost.
About the Author
Cher Kaufmann is an inspirational author, artist, and teacher. Her extensive studies of photography and art, combined with her training in massage therapy and Reiki, have helped her discover unique patterns in the world. She teaches meditative drawing to packed classes. She lives with her family outside Dallas, Texas.