Sleep to Strange | A Sleep Inducing Podcast | That Helps You Relax Fall Asleep Fast and Beat Insomnia like ASMR and Guided Meditation
About This Show
WARNING! This podcast uses progressive boredom via silly stories to help adults fall asleep. Pointless meanders, lulling soothing tones and strange asides are used in combination with bedtime tales to distract your racing brain and let you drift off to dreamland.
If you are expecting something sane or sensible this might not be for you. It might just blow your mind.
Trouble Falling Asleep? Insomnia?
Looking for something soothing to quiet your racing mind?
If you have trouble falling asleep or need background noise this might be what you are looking for.
Plucked from Sleep With Me Podcast these stories are stripped of their introductions giving you 100% pure strange bedtime stories.
Bedtime is here. It is time to "Sleep to Strange"
Welcome, I'm Dearest Scooter, your new Borefriend.
On the "Sleep With me Podcast" an odd man tells strange tales that help dull and lull people to sleep. (that's me)
I've always wondered "What if I took off the intros and just posted the stories by themselves?"
Wouldn't that be strange?
Most Recent Episode
Nuns Opinions | Nuns in Space #12
As you sink into you pillow the nuns will offer long winded thoughts. Explanations of Scooter's third or second class status will carry on like a soft senseless breeze that goes on and on while you rest. Rest well. Thanks to all the listeners who give “value for value” by becoming patrons on Patreon @ http://www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/patron If you want to keep Sleep to Strange free support the show and email me email@example.com Support the show at Patreon http://www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/patron
Rated 5 out of
I'm an insomniac and a psychiatrist and I read about this podcast and recommended it to a patient whom I knew would appreciate the weird. Two nights ago, in a state of exhaustion but revved up mental activity myself, I listened to one episode and quickly got lost in the soothing voice, meandering tangents, and contextless clauses within clauses. In other words, I quickly was out. Last night, in a similar state of undesirable wakefulness--but with a bedfellow--I replayed the same episode. Unfortunately, we ended up laughing so hard at the absurdity and goofiness of the the narrative. Advice: don't listen with another person if you are going to feed off of that person's laughter. This is a very clever podcast and seems like a labor of love. I'm looking forward to future nights of boredom and waxing and waning consciousness leading to sleep.
Date published: 2016-09-21