Trouble at bedtime sleep help
Let's raise our vibration

Gitte Winter Graugaard

International bestselling author and expert in peaceful bedtime routines

Gitte writes books for children filled with magical meditations that help them find peace in the evenings at bedtime and sleep better. She is passionate about teaching children to navigate from their hearts and understand their beautiful inner landscape. When we know our inner landscape, so much in life becomes much easier...

Five steps to a peaceful bedtime routine

Did you read my first blog about peaceful parenting leading up to these five simple steps? Go here to read that first. 

For my simple methodology to work all you need is to tune into the love for your child. It takes ten minutes at bedtime and makes even the most stressful day end in bliss.

5 steps to make your new bedtime routine with meditation more blissful:

1. Begin earlier than usual:

Make the last hour before bedtime your special ‘hygge time’ and the best time of the day. Encourage your child to take a warm bath or maybe offer a gentle massage. Take your time getting ready for bed.

2. Screens: 

Turn off all screens two hours before bedtime. Blue light wakes us up and most of the television made for kids today is way too hectic and full of impulses. Calm down after dinner, put on some nice calm music and slow down. 

3. Cuddle up

Lie down next to your child and show them you have time to read in a calm and cosy way. Snuggle up and if you fall asleep yourself, that might be just what you need. Stay calm and loving in your energy even if your child has difficulties with the new method. Your energy, mood and way of communicating with your child affect how quickly he or she calms down.

4. Keep reading even if they fall asleep.

Your child can still hear you and take the love with them into their dreams. In the days after, talk to your child about their experience with meditation; ask how it makes them feel. Listen to your child – there is a lot to learn. Encourage your child to draw the images or feelings he or she sees or experiences during meditation.

5. Enjoy the ride to the love mountains

Above all, enjoy the ride to heartland with your child. Learning meditation from a young age is a life-long gift. My experience is that many children have a much easier time meditating than adults. And in many ways children can help their parents turn up the love for themselves as well. I always encourage parents to pay attention to their child in meditation and learn from them.

den rigtige chef

The human race is not meant for running without rest. We are meant to use energy and then rest to refuel; the resting part however is often overlooked. Get regular rest, be present and loving at bedtime, bring out the best in yourself, and through inner peace, love and self-love, you will encourage your child to do the same.

I wish you and your child a wonderful time connecting to your hearts.

Find my books and enrol in my sleep better program where I teach and equip you with the ‘tools’ needed to put into practice my secret sleeping method.

Also watch my TEDx talk.

Fill your heart up with love

In my heart

Get the book that helps thousands of kids to sleep every night. Create that special connection that you will cherish forever.

Lets raise our vibration

Sleep Course

Would you like to help your child to sleep in a peaceful loving way? So many children have trouble falling asleep. Bestselling author Gitte Winter Graugaard from Denmark is helping thousands of children to sleep all over the world. Come join us.

Get the latest news

Be among the first to receive news from my blog, about my books, lectures, events and other great deals for you and your family.