How to Remember Your Dreams
I know that if we meditate on a dream sufficiently long and thoroughly–if we take it about with us and turn it over and over–something almost always comes of it.
Sleep researchers have proven that we dream every night, weaving complex, sometimes beautiful dreams that invariably show us deep truths about our lives. But many of us forget our dreams almost as soon as we’ve had them! How to remember these valuable sources of life-juice and wisdom?
Find out the simple steps to dream recall right here:
1. Pay attention.
2. Expect positive results.
3. Accept what you produce.
4. Use your imagination to interpret the symbols in your dreams.
5. Be curious about your entire dream world and eager to explore its territory.
6. Have a definite purpose when you want a dream to serve you, and concentrate on the subject about which you want dream help.
7. Be filled with gratitude that you have this wonderful opportunity to explore your inner world anytime you sleep. Like Aladdin’s cave, it is filled with treasure.
Adapted from Teen Dream Power, by M.J. Abadie (Inner Traditions, 2003). Copyright (c) 2003 by M.J. Abadie. Reprinted by permission of Inner Traditions.
Adapted from Teen Dream Power, by M.J. Abadie (Inner Traditions, 2003).