Bedtime Stories for Grown-ups is a collection of 20 bedtime stories for adults from the 'Dan Jones Hypnosis' YouTube channel. The bedtime stories have been created in a way that encourages sleep and promotes wellbeing, helping with stress, anxiety and worry, three of the main areas behind many sleep problems, so, these bedtime stories are ideal for stressed out adults or those who find they worry or overthink when they should be falling asleep.
These sleep stories for adults can be read by the person who wants to fall asleep, or read to someone to help them fall asleep, or audio recorded for personal use to help you fall asleep. Each bedtime story is a transcript of a 20-35 minute long hypnotic healing bedtime story.
For most of human history storytelling helped people to share knowledge and wisdom while inspiring change and creativity. Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of verbal hypnosis.
Stories stimulate and access the dreaming brain allowing people to update their neurology with new learning to change thinking, behaviours and responses to life events.
Somewhere along the way storytelling became associated with children, it was seen as odd if you were an adult who said you liked listening to stories. This has now started to change, adults listening to stories and reading bedtime stories is on the rise.
Dan Jones has over 20 years experience using storytelling as a form of therapy and to help people sleep, he also has a successful YouTube channel 'Dan Jones Hypnosis' with over 100 hypnotic healing bedtime stories for adults and over 20 sleep stories for children.
About the Author
Dan Jones is the Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author of many non-fiction books, including The Plantagenets, The Templars, and Powers and Thrones. He is a renowned writer, broadcaster and journalist. He has presented dozens of TV shows, including the Netflix series Secrets of Great British Castles, and writes and hosts the podcast This is History. His debut novel, Essex Dogs, is the first in a series following the fortunes of ordinary soldiers in the early years of the Hundred Years' War. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.