Buying a great mattress is the first step toward finding your way to a perfect night’s rest—but sometimes life’s stressors, big or small can manage to worm their way under the covers and disrupt the sleep you need and deserve.
The most prevalent reason for sleepless nights is the inability to let go of all the stuff that goes on during the day: your stressful job, your kid’s soccer loss, a tiff you had with your spouse are all hard to shake off when night falls.
So, to help you strip off the negativity along with your stuffy suit and pinchy shoes, Englander has teamed up with sacred sound guru Fabeku Fatunmise for a free download of one of his soothing singing bowls tracks. It’s simple really – just head over to our Singing You to Sleep page, fill out the VERY small form and you’re on your way to a better night’s sleep!
Fabeku has dedicated the past 18 years to learning the inner workings of the thing he calls “sacred sound.” That combined with a master’s level certification in “this sound stuff,” he’s the guy you want to know about when you need to he’s unwind through music and cut out the “stuck and struggle” that can make sleep impossible.
“I’m most comfortable in a Bob Marley t-shirt and Chuck Taylors…When I was 9, I was pretty sure I was going to marry Cyndi Lauper.”
- Fabeku Fatunmise, Sankofa Song Sound Healing
More About Remembering Through Resonance
Fabeku has quite a way with words and can describe his work much better than I can. Check out his description of Remembering Through Resonance, the full-length album that contains this track:
“When things go fuzzy, stuff goes wonky. But don’t beat yourself up for forgetting. It’s normal. It happens to all of us. The good news is that since stuck and struggle show up when we forget stuff, they also take off once we remember. Remembering causes stuff to shifts.
Composed entirely of singing bowls, Remembering Through Resonance helps you to plug back in to your bigness—back to the big, deep, always-there awesomeness that is you at your best and most brilliant and most beautiful. It’s a call back to the place within you that’s beyond the stuck and the struggle, the part of you that holds the mojo to move mountains. When you reconnect with that, stuff shifts. Quickly. Deeply. For good. And for real. That’s a thousand kinds of awesome.”