A Dream Journal will help you crack the code of your intuitive mind.
Many people believe dreams are just a result of chemical reactions and the brain rebooting during sleep. They think it’s a combination of what you ate and thought about before bed or throughout the day. In some ways this is true, but often there is much more to story.
Dreams can give you access to different levels of your consciousness, allow you to receive messages from these different levels of your being, and even help process information.
Messages from the Subconscious Mind
The problem with dreams is that the messages you are receiving are often from the subconscious mind. The subconscious rarely comes right out with what it is trying to tell you. It often plays a kind of charades with us using pictures, symbols, and feelings to communicate. The messages in dreams are often cryptic and hard for the average person to understand. There are different theories about why, but most point to the idea that written and spoken language is a tool and creation of the conscious mind, and the subconscious uses a more universal language.
Journaling Your Dreams
If you are like most people, you wake up, start your morning and quickly forget all the incredible dreams you just had. Keeping a dream journal can help boost dream recall and solve the puzzle of the messages your intuitive self is relaying to you.
Use Your Senses to Capture Important Details in Your Dream Journal:
• What did it feel like? Was it scary, ominous, or happy and light-hearted? Was it hot, cold, or neutral?
• Was it painful or pleasurable?
• What did it look like? Were the scenes played out in darkness, black-and-white, sepia, fog or mist, or did it look like everyday life or enhanced light and color?
• What did it sound like? Was it mute, loud, hollow, or echoing?
• What did it smell like or taste like? Often these senses do not play a part in dreams, but when they do they often stand out drastically.
• Who or what was involved? Nouns are often key details especially ones you directly interact with or who’s actions you are directly affected by. Was it a relative, friend, foe, stranger, pet, wild animal, or object?
Repetition is often used as a signpost. It’s the subconscious’ way of saying PAY ATTENTION! Repetition of an event, symbol, or object is often a detail or message that cannot be ignored.
Still having trouble trying to solve the riddles of the intuitive mind? Well you aren’t alone that is why most people choose to shrug them off. It’s just a dream, right? Lucky for you a dream interpreter
or dream psychic is highly skilled in understanding the cryptic symbols of the subconscious mind. When a dream psychic is provided with details of your dream they can connect with your subconscious mind. This allows them to reveal the hidden messages your intuitive self has been whispering to you while you sleep.