Author Topic: Tips for Recording your Dreams  (Read 14127 times)

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July 20, 2005, 02:06:07 PM
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I remember a dream from almost every night and I record the ones that seem important or are in great detail. I have be4en recording and interpreting them for several years. A couple times I have dreamt things and wrote them down that  have happened months later. When I dream about someone, I usually tell them about it so that if it happens they say, 'Hey didn't you tell me you dreamt of this?' I can control myself in my dreams, but only if no one is there, which is pretty pointless anyways. All I can do is play with the detail and run around checking out the landscapes and try to relate the landscape to one I know personally. It doesn't happen often, and usually I try to half wake myself up so I can control more of the dream but all I have is the dream's landscape going on forever and ever.

I was wondering what else I could do to be able to control my dreams more and how/if I can fine tune my dreams to be precog.

Any suggestions?

August 28, 2005, 11:33:19 AM
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Pehaps you could try false awakening if you can control your dream, when you wake up in another dream you will have a new landscape.
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From the moment we ar born we conform to the physical world. In narrow awareness of all that there is to percieve.
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September 04, 2005, 07:42:38 PM
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Edit: Wow, Some of the old posts are kind of embarrassing. I think I'll just leave it to "I'm Always half awake."
« Last Edit: May 18, 2006, 02:39:45 PM by psychicT0201 »

June 14, 2007, 10:04:28 PM
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I sorta slow in this way.. I don't have dreams to remember.. As we all know Everyone has several dreams a night nearly every night yet I dont Remember one! So therefore I have Nothing to record. I tried affermations <--- "you know what I mean for 2 weeks straight with no breaks (I'm Portraying as Being Very Consistant)
Yet my results are


        Nada, Zippo, zip, zil Zaro,Zero, 0 and nothing.... and help would be greatly appriciated. (I need to work on my typing)

February 28, 2012, 12:27:30 PM
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I am unsure of wether this constitutes grave digging or not, but I may as well resurrect this thread with a personal trick that helps a lot.

When I dream, something I find particularly useful is to draw what I have seen. Quick doodles and notes beside them are enough to keep a memory alive and even allow it to be explored. However, if you deviate from what happened in the dream, that can mess up exploration a tad.   

Personally, I rarely get to note down my dreams. I'm always in such a rush in the mornings, and thus I forget them fairly quickly. Unfortunate, really.

February 28, 2012, 01:20:01 PM
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I am unsure of wether this constitutes grave digging or not, but I may as well resurrect this thread with a personal trick that helps a lot.

It's fine, really. The thread's a sticky anyway.