Sleep Tips to Soothe Your Weekend
Love listening to Jim’s music before bedtime? Then get a load of these tips for peaceful, consistent sleep taken straight from Jim’s book, Soothe!
Listen to the B-Team’s take on Jim’s Soothe tips below to Soothe your weekend!
When laying down to sleep, physically tighten and relax your muscles, starting from your face all the way down to your toes. Visualize energy moving down your body from top to bottom. Before you know it, you’ll be asleep.
Try your hardest to get to bed the same time every night. If you need an extra kick in the butt, try using the iPhone’s Bedtime feature within the clock, or a different Bedtime app if you have a non-Apple phone!
NO SCREENS IN THE BEDROOM
Did you know that the blue undertones of iPhone light actually distrupt your own body’s wind-down cycle? Try to read or listen to music before bed in order to prevent disrupting your brain’s own natural cycle.
More on Jim Brickman’s Soothe
Jim Brickman’s Soothe CD and Audiobook, only available at our site.The soothing original music of Jim Brickman laced with gentle sounds of nature offers the perfect, pure soundtrack for relaxation, meditation, yoga and massage. Plus, the unabridged audiobook read by Jim Brickman for his newest literary release, Soothe! This audiobook also contains bonus content, including Jim Brickman’s own walking meditation to help you bring some calm to the chaos of your day.
- Mist in the Moonlight
- Celestial Horizon
- Off the Beaten Path
- Gentle Wind
- Night Light
- Lazy Gaze
- Happy Place
- Fly (Reprise)
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