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Tips on Remembering Your Dreams, Part 2

September 11, 2010 on 11:53 am | In Answer Dreams, Dream Journals, Dreamwork, Message Dreams | No Comments

Each of us has between 4 and 7 dreams every night. So when you wake up from a dream during the night, write it down immediately.  Don’t roll over and go back to sleep. 

If you go right back to sleep, chances are you will forget the dream before morning (no matter how vivid it seemed when you first woke up). At least jot down the basic plot of the dream and fill in the details later.

Suggest to yourself every night as you fall asleep, “Tonight I will remember my dreams.”  Say it over and over in your mind as you fall asleep. 

If you do that, chances are your subconscious mind will act on the suggestion. Focus on your dreams through making that suggestion to your subconscious every night as you fall sleep. 

When you need to solve a problem, you may want pray for guidance to be given through your dreams. Prayer tends to focus our intent better.

Trust your intuition! If something in a dream seems important, it probably is.

Try to ignore your logical, skeptical side while writing down your dreams. Just write exactly what you remember without rationalizing anything.

After recording your dream as fully and accurately as possible, then you can start on interpretation.

For more info, see Tips on Remembering Your Dreams, Part 1.

How I Use the Internet to Save Money

September 4, 2010 on 12:17 pm | In Dream Come True | No Comments

Thanks for the post from Barney Crosby

I’ve saved so much money through my hughes internet satellite and you can too. Let me tell you, the benefits of using the internet to save money are far from few. Continue reading How I Use the Internet to Save Money…

Tips on Remembering Your Dreams, Part 1

September 4, 2010 on 11:48 am | In Answer Dreams, Dream Journals, Dreamwork, Message Dreams | No Comments

To help remember their dreams, many people keep a notebook, a dream journal, next to the bed for capturing dreams with a pen or pencil. Keeping a dream journal helps so much that many experts consider it essential for accurately remembering dreams.

Many dreamers recommend using a lighted pen, so as not to disturb anyone else sleeping in the same room. Using a lighted pen keeps you from having to turn on the light, which allows you to stay closer to the drowsy dream state. That also helps in dream recall.

The moment you awaken, before getting out of bed, is the ideal time to write down your dream, even if you only have time to record the date, name the dream, and jot a few notes. Studies show that moving around tends to awaken you fully and usually hinders dream recall.

Not everyone remembers their dreams on first waking. And some have to dash off to work with no spare minutes to stop and write. But that’s OK. Just write down as much as you can remember about your dream as soon as you can.

Dream expert Robert Moss says people often remember dreams in bits and pieces, so by naming your dream and jotting a few notes, you start the process, and you can add details about the dream later, as you recall them.

Write down everything you remember, without interpreting it, even if it does not seem to make sense. Often, the odd details or parts that do not seem to fit in or make sense contain the most valuable information.

Even the tiniest detail in your dream may be important and should be considered when analyzing your dreams. Look closely at all the people, animals, objects, places, emotions, and even the colors and numbers in your dreams.

Ask yourself, “What does this remind me of?” Write down the first thing that comes to your mind. A real situation in your life may be symbolized in the dream. If you recognize a real-life situation in a dream, ask yourself, “How did situation make me feel?”

Often when there is more than one scene or story line in your dream, there are several issues your subconscious is trying to tell you about. But it can also mean that your inner self is trying several different ways to convey the same information with different symbolism.

Dreams often have multiple, layered meanings. The same dream can be telling you several things, or showing you similarities between seemingly unrelated situations in your life. Taking time to understand your dreams can be extremely enlightening.

For more tips, see Remembering Your Dreams, Part 2. (Watch for it on September 11.)

Saving Money on Textbooks Online

September 4, 2010 on 10:56 am | In Dream Come True | No Comments

This guest post from Doris Dillon

As a college student, buying textbooks can seem to eat my money quickly, both literally and figuratively! For example, my textbooks this year had to be mostly bought at the campus bookstore, as professors snuck in their own books that students have to buy. All together buying at the bookstore cost me $282.45, almost two weeks worth of wages! Luckily, I was able to buy some books over the internet, which saved me a lot of money.

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