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Welcome back, Sweet Reader! Today we will begin our list (33 Ways to work with your Dreams) with the first two dream tips I share with everybody.
People approach me from all walks of life and with all levels and variations of dreamscapes. Some people complain of never dreaming, while others are bombarded with numerous dreams on a nightly basis.
So, the first thing I tell all dreamers is our tip #1.
#1 Write down your dreams
This piece of advice is helpful for both audiences. First, for the non-dreamers this advice can be a trigger for them to remember a dream. Non-dreamers are actually dreaming, but they are not remembering their dreams. By planning to write down the next dream they recall, they’re more likely to remember one!
The second audience, the vivid dreamers, receive an onslaught of imagery from dream after dream. Writing down a dream helps this type of dreamer slow down their mental activity long enough to record a coherent version of their dream.
Writing down a dream also serves the purpose of making you, Sweet Reader, decide which dreams are ‘important enough’ to take the time to write down.
#2 Give your dream a title
Even if you choose to skip the first way to work with a dream, you should still take this second step as a way to quickly isolate the important parts of a dream. Some people just choose to tell me the dream rather than putting it into writing. And that’s fine, because as we’ve discussed, I love a shared dream in any form. But, y’all, dreams can get really really really long. The best place to begin working a dream, then is in the main idea. Instead of telling someone your entire dream, try telling them the name of your dream and see what happens.
So, try giving your dreams a title and see how that effects your understanding of the dream.
Sweet Readers, I hope you’re enjoying this post series. I look forward to hearing from you in the comments, or on social media. I welcome your questions and if you want me to work with your dream, I offer email dream interpretations and private one-to-one dream coaching sessions!