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Unlock the Power of Heartfelt Bedtime Stories to Help Your Child Sleep

At Bedtime Story Co, we understand the importance of a good bedtime story to help children relax, unwind, and drift off to sleep. In a recent TEDx talk by Gitte Winter Graugaard, she discusses the impact of heartfelt bedtime stories on children's sleep and overall well-being. We believe her insights are truly valuable to our community, so we encourage you to watch the full video to gain a deeper understanding of her message.



Graugaard begins her talk by sharing her childhood experiences with her father, who would read magical bedtime stories to her, bringing characters to life and sparking her imagination. This love for storytelling and creating imaginary worlds for children inspired her to become an author herself, and she relates this passion to the 1973 novel "Momo" by Michael Ende. In the story, Momo, a child with a rare superpower of being an exceptional listener, sets out on a quest to bring back stolen time from the mysterious grey men who steal people's time.


Drawing parallels between the grey men and our modern society, Graugaard observes that we are living in a world where people are increasingly disconnected, stressed, and anxious, especially children. She emphasises the importance of connection, love, and heart energy to help children sleep better and lead balanced lives.


Graugaard suggests that the sleep deprivation seen in children today could be a result of disconnection. She shares her experience of teaching her children heart meditations at bedtime, helping them connect with their hearts and fill themselves with love. This practice not only improved their sleep but also deepened their connection to themselves and each other.


Quoting Gitte Winter Graugaard:


"Could it be that we sleep better when we are connected to our hearts, and could it be that when we sleep better and more, we make better choices the next day and have more energy to pursue happiness?"


At Bedtime Story Co, we share Graugaard's belief that heartfelt bedtime stories can have a profound impact on children's lives. By helping children connect with their hearts and fostering a loving environment, we can make a positive difference in their sleep and overall well-being.


As Graugaard encourages: "Find your inner Momo, place your ear on the chest of your child, and listen to the heartbeat and cherish that you still have time." So, let us all embrace the power of heartfelt bedtime stories and help our children sleep better, connect deeper, and live happier lives.


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Sweet dreaming,


Bedtime Story Co.





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