Breathe Into Sleep Meditation

This is a breathing meditation designed to help you fall into deep sleep. It is intended for you to listen to using headphones as you lay in your bed ready to sleep. You can also use it for a much needed nap. It has 3 parts, starting with a relaxing intro, followed by a slow breathing section and ending with a short guide to go back to normal breathing – unless you are already sleeping by then. The breathing rate is quite slow, 5 breaths per minute with 4 counts in and 8 counts out. For some this can be a bit slow at first, but after you have used a few times it will be fine. There are no breathholds in this meditation.

Vocals and production: Siv Jøssang Shields
Language: English
Music: Soma Breath
Benefits: Relaxation, and with use over time improved Co2 tolerance that is associated with lowering blood pressure and reducing anxiety.

Instructions for Sleep Meditation:

Breathing Into Sleep Sample:

kr 250.00

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Important Cacao and Health Information

Cacao is bitter

100% pure cacao is bitter. As with any bitter, too much can make you nauseous. Most drink less than 2 to 3 ounces (57 to 85 grams) of cacao a day. Over time, as your body attunes to the cacao, you may find that you need less cacao to feel the full effect. Less can be more. Pay attention to what your body is telling you.


Depending on dose, SSRI antidepressants and anti-psychotics are not compatible with the MAOI’s (Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors) in cacao. Low to average doses should be ok, people on higher doses should drink less cacao. Check with your doctor.

Heart Rate

Our cacao will raise your heart rate slightly. If an increase in your heart rate could cause a medical problem, drink less. Check with your doctor.

Blood Pressure

Many folks with low blood pressure tell Keith that our cacao (low-caffeine) stabilizes their heart and helps them. Check with your doctor.

Other substances

Our cacao increases blood flow to the brain by 30-40%… so any other substances in your blood will be amplified.


Keith is often asked by people with a caffeine intolerance if they can use cacao. The caffeine content of cacao varies widely amongst cacao varieties and cacao makers. Most find our cacao to have a very low, to no-caffeine feel.


Use less, according to the child’s body weight. It depends on the child. They will let you know. Children who have had an appropriate amount of cacao are more focused.


Real cacao contains compounds that can kill dogs, cats, parrots, and horses. Don’t let them eat it!