7-Minute Guided Audio to Wake Up Easier, Refreshed and NOT Tired!


  • What would you do if today were the last day of your life?
  • How would you take advantage of every minute you have in your hands?

It’s not comfortable thinking about death, but the truth is that no one can confidently say that he will still be living tomorrow. Analyzing how short life is can help you focus on your priorities and avoid wasting your time.

Today, you have in your hands the opportunity to live another day and make the most of it.

I know you won’t always wake up with the same energy and desire to get up. Maybe you’ve had a hard night or didn’t sleep well, and all you want right now is to continue to rest.

But if your alarm clock just went off, it’s because you have the intention to get up right now. You need to seize the day, advance your goals, and carry out those essential activities that give meaning to your life. Because the choices you make today will determine where you will be tomorrow.

So, are you going to hit the snooze button again?

Or you are going to start this new day with the best attitude and determination…

Don’t worry, I’m not gonna ask you to jump out of bed and take a cold shower immediately. You don’t need to fight yourself. The best thing to do is to take it easy and let your energy flow.

You can continue to lie down and keep your eyes closed if you prefer. Just stay awake, breathe deeply, and keep listening. In the next few minutes, I’m going to guide you so that you can produce the energy and impulse you need to wake up motivated and with an excellent attitude.

Start by taking deep breaths and pay attention to your body.

Stretch your arms and legs, open and close your hands, then tense and relax the different muscles in your body.

Loosen your shoulders and let your belly expand as you take a breath. Inhale as you count to 5 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), and then exhale for a count of 5.

Feel genuinely grateful for the air you breathe, for your bed and for your home. Be thankful for the life that runs through your veins, for your ability to listen, for the significant people in your life, and for the opportunity to enjoy a new day. What other reasons to be grateful come to your mind?

Slowly sit down on your bed and put your feet on the floor.

Open your eyes and keep breathing so your body can get enough oxygen to work well.

Bring to your mind a goal you want to achieve, or visualize something you would like to complete today that you didn’t finish yesterday. It could be finishing an undone project, moving forward in a habit you want to establish, practicing a hobby you haven’t done in a while, learning something new, or materializing an idea you’ve been putting off for too long.

Focus on the wonder of being alive, and think that today can be a wonderful day.

From now on, you have the opportunity to start over and leave behind any setbacks you may have had yesterday.

Take advantage of the motivation your start to feel, stand up, and do some stretching.

Interlace your fingers above your head. Turn your palms upward as you push your arms back and up. Hold for 5-10 seconds, then relax and repeat.

Breathe deeply as you extend your arms upwards and stand on your toes. Then relax and hang arms at sides as you exhale.

Make some slow movements with your neck, tilting from side to side as you bring your ears down close to your shoulders.

How do you feel right now?

If you’re ready, go drink a glass of water.

Then you can go brush your teeth and wash your face.

When you are in front of the mirror, give yourself a big, authentic smile. Feel happy and grateful for the person you are. Think of all the reasons you have to feel good.

Think about your dreams. What are the 3 specific actions you can take today to move forward and achieve significant long-term results?

Keep visualizing what you want your ideal day to be like, and if any bright ideas come to mind, take notes.

Starting a brand new day is a great reason to feel excited and ready to tackle it positively and proactively.

At this point, right after performing this power routine, you should already possess the necessary energy and motivation to start your day the right way.

Now you can proceed to read a few pages of a book, meditate, study, work a little bit, exercise, take a shower, or prepare your breakfast.

Share with us, how did you feel when applying these actions?

I am preparing an upcoming topic where we will explore more strategies that will help you get up early, even without the need for an alarm clock. Just subscribe and follow us so you don’t miss it out. You will find the link here in the comments once we publish it.

Many people have trouble getting up early and staying active in the morning, even after getting enough sleep. But if you implement these steps one by one, you’ll be able to flow rather than struggle. Deep breathing, progressive movement, hydration, and morning motivation to go after your dreams will allow you to gradually activate your mind and body.

Maybe you were so used to hitting the snooze button that now you are gonna feel that you have some spare time in the morning, which is very good. You can take the opportunity to read something useful, prepare a nutritious breakfast and leave 15 minutes early for work or school so you can avoid traffic stress.

As you can see, when you get up early, your whole day changes for the better.

Get into the habit of getting up early and full of energy, by listening to this audio every morning from now on, instead of snoozing your alarm clock and staying half asleep for 10 more minutes.

I hope you have a positive, productive, and fantastic day. As Terri Guillemets said, “When I wake to see that it’s light out already, I feel the world has started without me.”

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