Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Five Things You Can Do to Help Recall Your Dreams

Say to yourself, "I believe dreams contain a valid message."
This is a signal to your heart that you are taking it seriously and want to hear what it has to tell you. You are giving it permission, and even asking it to awaken you after each dream. Your heart will do exactly that. You see, if you do not awaken within five minutes of the dream ending, you will not recall it. If, however, you tell your heart that dreams are leftover undigested pizza, then you heart lets you sleep through the dream and doesn't awaken you after it is over, and thus you do not recall it.
Ask God to speak to you through dreams as you fall asleep. God does answer prayers, especially when prayed in accordance to His will!
Put your journal beside your bed and immediately record your dreams upon awakening. You will forget most of your dreams by the morning, so get up and write them down when you awaken.
Get eight hours of sleep, as the entire last hour will be dream-time.

Awaken naturally, without the use of an alarm clock, as alarms shatter dream recall and blast tidbits of dreams into oblivion where they are never found.
If you will do the above five things, you will recall dreams every week.