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Monday, July 9, 2012


If you are not used to remembering your dreams after waking, this will take a little practice. The first thing you need to do is to unblock any barriers your subconscious may have set up; perhaps you are afraid of remembering your dreams, or you feel doing so is unnecessary. So now you need to "reprogram" your memories.

Put a pad of paper and a pen on the table by your bed. 

Tell yourself, out loud if needed, that you will remember your dreams.

Meditate on that thought for just a few minutes before you go to sleep.

"Visualize" yourself remembering your dreams.

When you wake up (try to awake without an alarm... that will startle you and cause you to forget the dream), lie quietly before opening your eyes and remember key elements of your dream.. kind of like an outline.

Sit up without getting out of bed and immediately write down those key elements.

As you write, add other memories of your dream as they come to you.

If you have difficulty at first remembering things, one person suggested doing this: "I kept the book right near my bed and when I got up if I remembered absolutely nothing I wrote simply "Today I CHOOSE to not remember my dreams."

Keep your dream journal with you during the day, as other dream memories may surface. (Or use other paper, even scraps, to write down notes as memories come to you).

Keep doing this. At first you will remember only a little, but the more you do this, the more you will remember.

Keep a journal of your dreams, add sketches and/or pictures cut from magazines to illustrate. Pretty soon you will see a pattern and a message will emerge.... 

If memories still are too hazy,then you can ask your guides to help you... to send a message, take you on an OBE, clarify something for you. You CAN talk to your guides just as if they are sitting next to you.. because they are. They are listening to you and they do want to help you. Of course, don't expect answers to come in a book form. Your guides will communicate with you, even in while you are awake, through images and signs. Keep your "eyes opened" and keep an open mind.

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