Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions.– Edgar Cayce, the father of holistic medicine
Who doesn’t love going to dream world? Dreams offer a portal into an enchanted realm, where we get to use our superpowers to solve real problems from our waking life.
Even if you don’t remember those epic quests, you often wake up rejuvenated and one step closer to realising your highest potential.
Of course, there are times when we have restless nights or simply can’t remember our dreams, making us question whether we even dream at all!
I can assure you that we all dream. In fact, most people dream at least four times every night. The first dreams of the night are short sagas, but as the night progresses, dreams can last for more than thirty minutes. The very last dream of the night is usually the one you remember.
So why would you want to remember your dreams? With the monkey mind on a lunch break, your subconscious is finally given center stage. Your subconscious holds profound wisdom from lifetimes, and illuminates the divine path in alignment with your soul’s purpose.
As the Talmud from Judaism says: “A dream un-interpreted is like a letter unopened!”
If you’re ready to open those sacred letters, here are six tips to remember your dreams.
Dream Recall Tips
1 – Find a special notebook and pen that you can dedicate to your dreams, and keep it by your bed.
2 – Shortly before falling asleep, anoint your wrists, third eye and feet with this essential oil blend known for dream recall.
- 4 drops rose essential oil
- 4 drops bergamot essential oil
- 4 drops patchouli or mugwort essential oil
- 10 ml carrier oil, such as jojoba oil
3 – Hold two palm stones in your hands. Amethyst, peach moonstone, sodalite, dream quartz, petalite, celestite and hemimorphite are known for dream recall. Then, set the intention of remembering your dreams when you awake.
4 – Place the palm stones under your pillow while you sleep.
5 – When you wake up lie quietly without moving and see what pops into your mind.
6 – Record your dreams in your dream notebook. Writing them down by hand is a more meditative process than typing.
Of course remembering your dreams is only the first step. It’s up to you to interpret the reoccurring symbols so that you make the right move in your waking life.
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