Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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Let's start with the premise that we, as humans, operate on a very narrow spectrum of cognition. That is, much of what we take for granted applies to physical laws which rely on those perceptions. But the study of advanced physics and modern medicine have empirically proven that we are unable to see the "whole picture" with our fundamental senses. Whether that assertion allows people to assume that sentient life forces can exist on higher planes is another matter.
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