First, Keep A Notebook By Your Bedside

First, Keep A Notebook By Your Bedside

“If you build it, he will come.” So goes a memorable line from 1989’s The Field of Dreams, a classic sports fantasy movie. The same could be said for establishing a notebook and keeping it by your bedside to use as a dream journal. You might think you’ll have difficulty filling it with dreams, but…

Encode Your Dreams If You Must

Encode Your Dreams If You Must

Part 3/7 Everyone, no matter how young or old they are, has dreams. They also have other people in their life, people who might not understand their dreams the way they do. They can’t. No matter how close you are to someone, your experiences and their experiences are different. You’re two different people after all.…

Dream Journaling: Do You Have To Wear A Bracelet?

Dream Journaling: Do You Have To Wear A Bracelet?

The Dream Recovery System calls for wearing a wrist bracelet when you go to sleep.  It’s a totem to help you distinguish between sleep and wakefulness. Wearing the bracelet leads to a greater number of dreams recalled. More dreams recalled means more success at dream journaling.  It’s extra, however. It’s not essential. Are you better off…

Law of Attraction Not Working For You? Clues As To Why May Be In Your Dream Journal

Law of Attraction Not Working For You? Clues As To Why May Be In Your Dream Journal

Cherish your visions and dreams, as they are the children of your soul; the blueprints of your ultimate achievements. — Napoleon Hill.  This blog would never be one to throw stones at any of the works in the vein of the Power of Positive Thinking, the Law of Attraction, the Secret, or the Prayer of Jabez. This blog would never denounce any…

Dream Analysis: Should Ann Faraday Be Called the “Fairy Godmother of Do-It-Yourself Dream Interpretation?”

Dream Analysis: Should Ann Faraday Be Called the “Fairy Godmother of Do-It-Yourself Dream Interpretation?”

While making the rounds of various TV and radio talk shows, with the release of Dream Power (1972) and subsequent release of The Dream Game (1975), psychologist Ann Faraday popularized both the activity of dream journaling and the idea dreams could be meaningful.  Her books sold over 500,000 copies, according to Harper & Row, her publisher. The Encyclopedia of…

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