I Compare My Dream Journal

I Compare My Dream Journal

Understanding yourself better using your dream journal (Part 6/7) Blue Opossum (a pseudonym) is a K-12 educator from Australia. He has an incredibly detailed recall of his dreams and a heightened awareness of the different stages of sleep. He’s got a real gift. Born in 1960, his dream journal, for practical purposes, starts in 1963…

How To Talk To Others About Your Psychic Experiences

How To Talk To Others About Your Psychic Experiences

Plenty of people have had psychic experiences. These experiences transcend every culture, every country, every time period. Why are you worried about talking about your psychic experience then? Everyone has their own reason, but a common one is you don’t want to sound crazy. You don’t want people to doubt your mental health. Some psychic…

Was Your Dream Racist?

Was Your Dream Racist?

As recounted in the Dream Recovery System, one of the most famous dreams of all time was Elias Howe’s 1845 dream leading to the sewing machine’s invention. It was a dream that revolutionized an industry and changed the world. For weeks, the young man had been working on a machine that would stitch two pieces…

The Osteens Are An Antidote To Oppressive Realism

The Osteens Are An Antidote To Oppressive Realism

Life might be nicer if everything was fair all the time. If it were, however, life wouldn’t be a challenge. We’d all probably end up bored. If everything for everyone was fair, we wouldn’t need to ever feel guilty. We wouldn’t have more than someone else. We wouldn’t have less. We wouldn’t have to think…

These Are the Best Strategies For Confronting Nightmares, Fears, and Hopelessness

These Are the Best Strategies For Confronting Nightmares, Fears, and Hopelessness

In Charles Dickens’s The Christmas Carol, the old, miserly protagonist Ebenezer Scrooge confronts his nightmares and emerges a better man. Dickens describes him as greedy, ill-tempered, and grasping. Scrooge, at least, is good in that he becomes a better person by the end of the story. Dream journalers sometimes have nightmares so unsettling they don’t…

What Makes A Dream A Vision?

What Makes A Dream A Vision?

When you call someone a “dreamer,” it’s something of an insult. Yet, when you call someone a “visionary,” that’s high praise. Why? What’s the difference? There’s not that much beyond the way the word sounds, the connotation it carries. To many people’s way of thinking, dreaming connotes pie-in-the-sky fancies. Impractical ideas. Something that doesn’t work…

Dreams Without Symbols: A Slice Of Life

Dreams Without Symbols: A Slice Of Life

Not every dream is symbolic of something, though many are. People tend to ignore the dreams without symbols unless they’re an instance of deja vu where one has the feeling they’ve been somewhere or done something before. Dream journalers tend to talk about dreams with┬ásymbols┬ámore often. They’re more interesting because we learn from those dreams.…

5 Keys To Understanding Your Sex Dream

5 Keys To Understanding Your Sex Dream

In general, there are many reasons to try to remember and understand your dreams. The No. 1 reason is it’s an excellent way to understand yourself better. By understanding yourself, you can become more certain about who you are and what you believe. When you do that, you’re confident. Confidence is a positive state. Words…