What we dream about may have a bearing in the world of reality. Often dreams which appear meaningless are actually reflections of our everyday life and its problems
Keeping Track of Your Dreams Before fallingasleep, spend five minutes in relaxing yourself and telling yourself that you have a dream to remember at night. If there is a specific problem to which you want an answer, ask your dreaming intelligence to give you a clue.
Keep a special notebook with a pen next to you just for your dreams and a bedside light or a torch which would be handy to note your dreams without disturbing others in the room.
If you wake up from a dream, lie still and let yourself take a few moments to relive the dream as fully as possible.
Then write down the dream. Don't worry about grammar or syntax, but try and record the dream in as much detail as possible. It may be a good practice to date your dreams. The most important feature of every dream is the atmosphere; mood or feeling it leaves in its wake. Make a note of these.
Write down any associations you may have with the dream imagespeople, situations or objects in the dream. Also make a note of any significant event, conversation, or thought you may have had the previous day. The more you pay attention to your dreams the more responsive they will be to you.
If you can't interpret your dream, don't worry. After some time read your record. You may find a common thread or pattern that will help you in understanding your dreams. Many dreams have special significance. Either the images or colors are very vivid, or the sense of beauty and love is overwhelming. These are the dreams which the dreamer will recall 20 years later with as much vividness as when they occurred.
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