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Keep a dream journal

springshine

Keeping a pad and pen by your bed to jot down something that comes to you when you awaken can be a good way to gain insight into your dreams. If you have the same dream often it may be an area you need to explore more fully when you are awake.

Shared by springshine on 11/1/08
aliciak

I totally used to do this! Because I was always kicking myself when I would later forget the dream but would still have that feeling that I had a really good one.

  • By aliciak
  • on 11/1/08 6:24 PM EST