Author Topic: Abstaining from Luxurious Beds - is there a physiological reason?  (Read 485 times)

jose

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I'm wondering if there is a physiological reason to abstain from luxurious beds. For example, maybe it's more difficult to fall into deep sleep. Maybe it keeps you in a light sleep state, kind of between sleep and awake, which is perhaps a similar brainwave to the meditative state, and aids in meditation?

Nicky

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Re: Abstaining from Luxurious Beds - is there a physiological reason?
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2018, 08:05:14 PM »
I would say: "None of the above". I think it is merely a practise of simplicity & renunciating an unnecessary luxury.

Marc

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Re: Abstaining from Luxurious Beds - is there a physiological reason?
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2018, 12:07:53 AM »
I dont know but I sleep on a blanket on wood and I love it. I think it promotes awareness of your body. Just like when on yoga class you get to lie down an rest on the hard floor. I always loved that sensation. Now I get to do that everyday :)

 

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