What Does It Mean If You Wake Up at The Same Time Every Night?

Waking up in the middle of the night is normal. Most of us experience “mini-awakenings” without even noticing them.  If you frequently wake up at the same time every night, this could be a message from your guardian angel, to look deeper.

Ready to learn what it means when you wake up at the same time every night?

Our body has its own internal mechanisms which control the work and function of our organs. It is believed by Chinese medicine that the human body dedicates different energies to different organs of the body within the 24-hour cycle.  So, if you are waking up at the same time every night, this could very well be a sign that your energy in your body may be somewhat obstructed.  The obstruction could be on a physical or spiritual level signalling that the natural balance of the body is disrupted and needs attention.

Let’s have a look at “wake-up” times and how they link to your body’s organs

 9 pm To 11 pm – The endocrine system restores balance; your enzymes are refilling

The endocrine system controls your metabolism and hormones.  If you are waking up at this time or finding it difficult to go to sleep at this time, it may be due to a late heavy meal, poor diet, worrying or anxiety.

11 pm To 1 am – The yin energy (female / passive energy) converts into yang (masculine / active energy)

Regular waking up between this time may be due to some resentment you are experiencing. One would need to practice being calm, perhaps by meditating or listening to relaxing music. Waking up at this time may also indicate issues with the gallbladder and the breakdown of unhealthy fats consumed.

1 am To 3 am – Detoxification and renewal of the body

During this early morning time, the liver releases toxins. Waking up between this time may be a result of negative formations like frustration and anger, or some problems with the function of the liver.

Waking up at 2am every night has a deep spiritual meaning

This is likely caused by problems in one or more of your relationships.

You may be feeling that you want other people to like you or that you are quietly desiring recognition for your achievements.

3 am To 5 am – The lungs undergo repair and flood the body with oxygen.

At this time, one should keep the body warm enough to speed up this repair and oxygen function of the body.

From a spiritual side of view, this may be a symptom of sadness and grief.  Breathing techniques can be greatly beneficial if you are waking up at this time. This could also be an indication of a process of an increasing of your vibrational levels, which may also lead to sensitivity to sounds, appetite changes, feeling cold, or lucid dreaming.

5 am To 7 am – The large intestine is highly active as it breaks down and removes toxins from the body.

Waking up at this time could be due to poor nutrition or eating too late.

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