In the wee hours of the morning

Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life,
every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.

– Virginia Woolf

In psychology, Stream of consciousness “is a metaphor describing how thoughts seem to flow through the conscious mind”. I’ve been experiencing these events quite often recently – always between 1:00am and 3:00am. Most of the time they are random, but sometimes when viewed later these random thoughts become interconnected.

However, I’ve found come morning these random words/thoughts have been forgotten, even if I’ve recited them to myself while still in bed. This has proved very frustrating, so today (at 2:30am) I decided to DO something about it. I got out of bed, grabbed my notebook, and went to the bathroom to jot everything down. The result is shown above.

Now I can organize this jumbled mess of words and sentences into thoughtful and coherent Posts (or Pages). I think this is going to work for me…

Waking up at 3am spiritual meaning:

…all those that are “spiritually aware” tend to wake up in the early hours.

Now, spiritually, to wake up between the hours of 1am and 5am is known as waking up on the “hour of the wolf”…

The Connection Hour:

Somewhere between 2am and 4am, when we’ve had some sleep and are rested and relaxed, is the easiest time for spiritual Guides and other energetic BEings to connect with us psychically. At 2am we are free of mental clutter. At 2am there is much less ‘noise’ from other people’s thoughts, from electromagnetic energy or from life in general…

Many people find that their best ideas come to them in the middle of the night like this – it’s a form of channelling.

…if you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night for no obvious reason, maybe it’s the Universe, tapping you on the shoulder…

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