In less than one hour you can preview key components from all of the Conscious Napping Core Courses and Wellbeing Programs. Discover how Conscious Napping is different from, yet complementary to other benefits you may offer.

Click these links to experience a module from each of the six Core Courses:

Stress: (5 modules, 62 minutes total, *drip days: 2,3,4,5)
Personal Relaxation: An 11.5 minute module focused on relaxation
Screen Door: A 2.5 minute quick reset – especially effective once participants have been practicing the breathing techniques and Conscious Napping. This is one of 7 two-four minute recordings that are at the very end of the program.

Sleep: (5 modules, 66 minutes total, drip days: 3,4,5,6,7)
This 6.5 minute module focuses on relaxation and clearing the mind. It uses the imagination for creating the perfect, safe and secure sleeping environment for a deep restful sleep. The sleep modules are used in real time when the user is ready to sleep.

Pain: (6 modules, 97 minutes total, drip days: 3,4,5,6,7,8)
This 10 minute module focuses on metaphors of going with the flow through life, staying open to possibilities, all while relaxing in comfort.

Weight: (11 modules, 158 minutes total, drip days: 3,5,12,19,26,29,33,40,47,54,55)
This 13 minute weight module (of 12) focuses on a powerful emotional release around food. Other modules use the imagination for topics like forgiveness, increasing metabolism, changing habits, focusing on movement and good nutrition, and embracing change.

These are 2 examples of several pdf’s:
8 traits of emotional hunger – contrasts emotional and physical hunger symptoms.

A food diary that concentrates on the habitual and emotional components of eating. Keeping this diary even only for 2 weeks can illustrate specific patterns of habit to be changed. (Notice that it doesn’t focus on what food they are eating.)

Smoking/ Chewing Cessation: (5 modules, 81 minutes total, drip days: 3,7,8,9,11)
This is the 3rd of the 4 tobacco cessation modules (Chewing cessation is identical except for the references to chewing vs smoking). This 13 minute module is meant to build pride and confidence in having become a non-smoker.


Wellbeing Programs

Three Wellbeing Programs focus on problem issues common to many people. While the Core Courses are intentionally distributed over time, more than 60 modules in the Wellbeing Programs can be accessed individually, or in conjunction with each other and the Core Courses:

Emotional and Mental Wellbeing

These modules assist in improving emotional and mental wellbeing. Mental wellbeing refers to cognitive processes: thoughts, behaviors and habits. Emotional wellbeing refers to feelings and how those feelings are expressed.

Some examples are attitude, confidence, motivation, procrastination, resilience, judgment, optimism, and fear of public speaking. There are modules that assist with learning the benefits of mindfulness, learning to understand and balance emotions, self-improvement, longer meditation modules, and more. 

Here’s a sneak peak at Releasing Regret:


Physical Wellbeing

These modules assist in improving physical wellbeing.

These modules are not designed to take the place of traditional healthcare, but can supplement current treatment plans. There are modules that assist with headaches, digestive distress, body healing, teeth grinding, pre/post surgical modules and more. 

Here’s a sneak peak at Headache (which can also be used for other types of discomfort):

Financial Wellbeing

These modules assist in improving the emotional and mental attitudes and perspectives around money.

Some examples include beliefs and fears about money and abundance, relationships to money and spending.

Here’s a sneak peak at Controlling Spending:


Common to all Core Courses and Wellbeing Programs:
These two modules are a part of all of the Conscious Napping programs.

The 5,4,3,2,1 relax technique is a one-minute breathing technique that starts ‘training’ participants for Conscious Napping. It is also a stress reliever, designed to stimulate the Vagus nerve and the parasympathetic nervous system. Participants listen to the breathing technique first, then practice it 5 times a day for a couple of days before learning how to Conscious Nap. (Instructions are included in audio format)

Conscious Napping is a self-empowerment tool that the participant can use for any topic they might want to work on in addition to the Conscious Napping modules offered. They can use their imaginations to be more creative, solve problems, improve focus, decrease procrastination, etc. A few minutes of Conscious Napping each day goes a long way in improving their lives!

* Drip days refers to the number of days when the user is notified that they have a new module in their library. Most span 7 days, but there are variations depending on the program and the kind of module it is.