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10 Tips to Help Improve Dream Recall

You can get out there from in here. Remembering your dreams is a skill you can learn. Practice works. Try these simple suggestions:

1. Stop saying: "I never dream" and "I can't remember my dreams." As soon as these thoughts begin, replace them with: "I have vivid, detailed dreams," or "I remember my dreams."

2. Keep a dream journal or diary, pen, lamp or flashlight, or tape recorder next to your bed. Note the date of the dream.

3. Try to sleep and awake at a regular times.

4. As you lie in bed before sleep, repeat three times: "I will remember my dreams."

5. Use a relaxation exercise to calm your body and clear your mind.

6. When you awake (and it may be in the middle of the night), stay where you are as you recall your dream. Experiment to find which of the following works best for you: keep your eyes closed as you recall your dream; write key words or phrases in your journal, then adjust the story sequence and fill in details; try drawing instead of writing; write very fast, your brain will be working faster than your hand.

7. Record your feelings about the dream: happy, loved, angry, frightened, etc.

8. Give the dream a title; a title helps define the focus of the dream.

9. Throughout the day, keep your mind open as dream fragments return.

10. Talk about dreams with family members or friends. The more you talk, the more details you will remember.


Dreams and their Meanings

Now that you remember your dreams, you might see some pretty weird stuff. What do dreams mean? You have the best answers. You've been to places, real or imagined, that do not obey Earth rules. No time. No gravity. No boundaries. Your astral self was not confined to a physical body. You explored and while you were there, you understood. You were not inhibited by three-dimensional thinking. Now that you've returned to your body, translating images and experiences back into a three-dimensional framework can be tricky; when there are no accurate terms, your brain may select the next best substitute.

Interpreting your dreams can be insightful, frustrating or entertaining. Judge by what you see, feel, and what you know. Try coming back to your journal at a later time (sometimes much later, sometimes years later) with a new perspective. Good luck.


Resources: Favorite Reference Books

My favorite and most inspiring books about reality: The Seth Books by Jane Roberts

My favorite and most helpful books about dreams: The Dream Encyclopedia by James R. Lewis, Visible Ink Press. The Dream Sourcebook, A Guide to the Theory and Interpretation of Dreams by Phyllis Koch-Sheras, Ph.D. and Amy Lemley, Lowell House. Dreams Interpreted, A Dictionary of Dreams by Gustavus Hindman Miller, Barnes & Noble Books.


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