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Waking Up between 3 and 5 am? Look for a Message

Hadley’s intro:  If I have a big glass of red wine with dinner, I usually wake up at 3 am.  Is it a sign from my liver,
or could it indicate the onset of a Spiritual Awakening?  Explore the meaning of middle of the night awakenings
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Waking Up Between 3 And 5 AM Could Indicate the Onset of a Spiritual Awakening

It can be quite frustrating to wake up at an odd hour and be unable to return to sleep the rest of the night, especially when you have to be at work early the next morning.

According to the ancient Chinese Medicine Clock, every time you are unable to sleep at night, there is a corresponding organ in your body undergoing a self-regulation period. Insomnia at specific hours could be caused by nightmares, health problems, stress, or emotional distress.

In a spiritual sense, however, waking up in the middle of the night should never be ignored. If you wake up between 3:00 and 5:00 am, it could mean that a higher power is trying to communicate with you, since this is usually the first step of your spiritual awakening. On the Chinese Medicine Clock, this is the time when the lungs enter their self-care mode. Your mind is processing deep sleep, dreams, and memory at this point.

If you ever wake up suddenly between 3:00 and 5:00 am, it’s helpful to try to reflect on the dreams you were having if you can remember them. There may be an important message for you from the spiritual realm. In ancient folklore, 3–4 am is called the Witching Hour, the apex of supernatural events and a time when higher powers are usually at their most powerful.

What to do at this time frame

If you wake up between 3:00 to 5:00 am, you’re likely on the path to spiritual transformation. Try to reflect on every aspect of your life, and this may be the best time to make difficult decisions. Your dreams would be of immeasurable value to you at this stage because they would contain important messages to guide you through the awakening.

To make the best of the moment, you can try yoga, meditation, or breathing exercises. Breathing exercises are a way to send messages to the brain to relax and calm down. It also helps to ease tension and stress, allowing you to have a deeper reflection on the things that truly matter at this point.

Also, try prayer. If your religion or beliefs embody a method of speaking to a higher power, it’s helpful to establish a communication link at this point. Let out your feelings, troubles, and needs in prayer. Praying with a strong sense of belief that someone can hear you will help to make you feel better and safer.

The significance of waking up at other times

9–11 pm: If you have trouble sleeping at this time, you’re most likely dealing with a lot of stress, tension, and anxiety. It’s helpful to try focused meditation and eat foods that relieve stress before your bedtime, such as avocados, bananas, carrots, and yogurt.

11–1 am: This signifies that you may be going through emotional disappointment and unhappiness. Forgiving whoever has caused you pain, whether they deserve it or not, can help overcome this problem.

1–3 am: If you’re waking up at this time, you’re probably dealing with very strong feelings of anger and deep-rooted resentment. Reflection, meditation, and deep breathing can help you resolve these issues and feel better.

Understanding your body’s messages and signals can help you to live a fulfilled and more meaningful life.

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