I’m astounded by the deep sleep and vivid dreams I get when taking Telo-Mind, the rejuvenating supplement from Life Designers. If I take them before bed I get a profoundly deep sleep. That’s very important since I have sleep apnea. Even with a CPAP I don’t always get a deep enough sleep. With Telo-Mind, I get a good, long segment of REM sleep with vivid and positive dreams.
I have been taking 14 capsules per day since I discovered that each individual ingredient has a positive effect for protecting kidney function. (Stayed tuned for a future post.)
I was dividing the dose evenly between morning and evening. I experimented with taking more of the daily dose st night and less in the morning. I started taking nine at night and five in the morning.
The quality of my sleep and vividness of my dreams increased dramatically with this change.
Last night I dreamed that I was walking through a neighborhood of rundown and vacant apartments that were scheduled for demolition. Only two buildings owned by CARP would remain standing.
I was looking through the buildings searching for residents who hadn’t evacuated. I started at the top of the first building. There were three section the roof of the building that were full of rainwater, almost as deep as swimming pools.
The walls around these pools were weak with age threatening to collapse. I pushed out on one wall. It cracked and the force of the water pushed out and broke the wall allowing the large pool of water to spill out and down off the roof. I moved on tho push on the other two walls so that all three pools of water were set free to spill over the edge of the roof.I started to work my way down from the top floor, searching for residents left behind after the evacuation. I opened doors to each apartment checking for furniture and other signs of habitation.
Most apartments were bare with an occasional chair in a room or clothes hanger on the floor of a closet. I wasn’t expecting to find any money or jewelry, but I kept hoping to find abandoned books.
I began to hear music drifting up from downstairs. At first I thought that someone may have left a radio playing. It sounded like classical music that I may have been familiar with. I started thinking that it could be someone was playing a piano or other instrument.
I went through the rooms more quickly hoping to discover the source of the music. The music got slowly louder as I worked my way downstairs. It also became clearer that it was from multiple instruments, like an orchestra. It must be a recording.
I came to a floor where the music was very clear, coming from a single apartment. I knocked on the door. An elderly woman opened the door. The music was coming from her stereo.
I asked her several questions to see if she had any family nearby or anyone who could help her move. She couldn’t speak but mutely responded with gestures and shakes if the head. No family, no friends, no place to go.
I told her what was happening and urged her to contact CARP members to help her move. I explained that she could stay with the CARP center until we worked out some solution. She seemed very lonely with no one to comfort or help her.
I regretfully left her and continued searching. On one floor I found the library. A lot of books were already gone, but some very nice books were still there. I couldn’t do anything about the sets of encyclopedias or sets of Great Books, but I did find a shelf of illustrated classics. I looked through them and found a couple of favorited that I really wanted to keep.
I showed the books to another member who was supervising the search. She said she would assign the task to another member of the team. Even so, I wanted to be sure to save the books I chose.
I started down the staircase, but I was flying. I held on to the banister and jumped from one landing to the next, just lightly touching the banister in the way down. After the first couple of landings I stopped touching down but swung around at the bottom of each flight of stairs and kept going. I flew all the way to the bottom floor this way.
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