Friday, January 13th, 2012

Keeping a Dream Journal

Stephanie

Can’t remember your dreams? I’ve often heard that the best way to remember them is to write down anything you can remember immediately upon waking. Much insight and inspiration can come from examining our subconscious.

To learn more about keeping a dream journal:

Remembering Dreams

How to Keep a Dream Journal

Benefits of Keeping a Dream Journal

Dream Journals: Dream Telling

Keep a Dream Journal – Why Bother?

Dream Journaling 101: How to Keep a Dream Journal


6 thoughts on “Keeping a Dream Journal

  1. I now keep a separate dream journal after including dreams in my daily written journal for years. I found that some of the dreams were in series or of places that I’d visited in other dreams, so felt that I needed them in one place to be able to work with them more. I led a dream group once and it was pretty amazing the depth of material dreams gave us to work with. I highly recommend the practice.

  2. I now keep a separate dream journal after including dreams in my daily written journal for years. I found that some of the dreams were in series or of places that I’d visited in other dreams, so felt that I needed them in one place to be able to work with them more. I led a dream group once and it was pretty amazing the depth of material dreams gave us to work with. I highly recommend the practice.

  3. I kept a dream journal back in the early 90s while I was unemployed (and therefore had plenty of time in the morning for such things). Had to stop because I was weirding myself out.

  4. I kept a dream journal back in the early 90s while I was unemployed (and therefore had plenty of time in the morning for such things). Had to stop because I was weirding myself out.

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