May 1, 2023
Ask Deepak

Sleeping and the Gap.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


Are sleeping and being in the gap the same thing? If there’s no experience in the gap or in dreamless sleep aren’t we then “going to the same place?” Isn’t that what we do when we sleep at night? We have dreams to release our mental and emotional build up and then go into deep dreamless sleep where we go back to the source and tap in and begin healing? Thank you Deepak.


The gap is a state of silent wakefulness. It is an expanded state of awareness. Dreamless sleep is a state of unconsciousness. Sleep certainly serves an essential rejuvenating function in our life,  but it is different from the state of restful alertness we gain by experiencing the gap during meditation. 



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