“We rest, so do not be under the impression that we are ‘workaholics’! …
“We have the ability – you have the expression of catnaps, of powernaps, and we put ourselves into a very relaxed theta – or even REM – sleep, but it can be very, very, very brief. So our form of rejuvenation and relaxation is different than humans, so it is not to say that we do not take time for rest – we do.
“Because that is also when we receive a great deal of our inspiration, our insights. If you were to think of very deep meditation, that is one of our forms of sleep or rest.” (1)
“Very often,” he continues, “simply by relaxing and gazing out at the stars, we receive energy.” (2)
It’s the same with hunger, he shares. “When we feel depleted in any way – again we will simply draw in the energy that we require and replenish ourselves that way. … Yes, we do eat – but it is … it is a form of entertainment! It is a sensation, it is a delight, it is a way in which we will take in a meal much the same way that you would take in a movie.” (3) Continue reading