Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Sleep seen diferently

The most usual explanation for sleep is that the body becomes tired and more or less depleted of it's vitality and then seeks repose.

In fact the opposite is true.

For instead of having suffered a loss of vitality, the body at the conclusion of the day has more life in it than when it wakened.

During the waking state the life waves rush into the body with greater intensity every hour, and we being unable to resist them any longer than the period usually observed, they overpower us and we fall asleep.

While sleeping the life waves adjust themselves to the molecules of the body, and when equilibrium is complete we again wake to continue the contest with life.
How about that?

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