Category: Health > Alternative
Asked by: thedistec-ga
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16 Aug 2005 06:11 PDT
Expires: 15 Sep 2005 06:11 PDT
Question ID: 556317
I've seen an episode of the TV show "Alias" in which a character mentions that she employs "autocircadian meditation," which she says provides all the benefits of sleep without any unconsciousness, in a fraction of the time. I'd like to get more information on how I can get started learning about this practice, if it does in fact exist. If it does not, I'd also like to know if there are any other valid sleep alternatives I could consider.
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Re: autocircadian meditation
From: metric-ga on 28 Jan 2006 16:59 PST
Library of Congress results for autocircadian: 0 Useless links turned up by google: 6,980 If you want to reduce the amount of time you sleep consider a polyphasic sleep schedule. Information is readily available on wikipedia.org: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyphasic_sleep Results from other search engines provided no clues to autocircadian meditation. Multiple sites that returned an actual webpage made no reference to it reducing the amount you need to sleep. Typically those sites simply add the key word searched to appear to meet your search needs: http://www.beeswaxcandlessite.com/AUTOCIRCADIAN%20MEDITATION.shtml Hope this helps a little bit.
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