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I've officially eliminated the alarm clock from my daily awakening.  I discovered a few years ago that if I look at the clock and tell myself that I want to wake up from a nap at a specific time, I would actually wake up at the correct time about 95% of the time.  I've extended that to a full night's sleep the past couple weeks, though I haven't been taking note of the current time when I've gotten into bed.  All I do is tell myself I want to wake up at 7:02 AM, for example, and I do.  I don't really think I'm special, I think anybody could do it. Posted on Friday, June 29, 2007 5:55 AM all the other stuff | Back to top

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I used to have this happen to me too. But in the past year something in my brain changed, and I can't wake up on subconscious cue anymore. Wish I still had the ability. It was helpful.
Left by Lorin Thwaits on Jun 29, 2007 6:30 AM

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