Dream Journal: Dreams Workbook | Making Sense Of Your Dreams | 6”x 9” Inches
Keeping a dream journal is a fascinating hobby. Those crazy, wonderful, weird dreams are sometimes difficult to decipher but with a dream journal, over time, you can start to make sense of them, see patterns and notice occurrences that give you many ‘a-ha’ moments.
- Genre – Dreams | Interpretations | Journals | Workbooks
- Book Size – 6 inches x 9 inches
- With Prompts
- Self Interpretation
- Print – White Paper with Black Type
- Cover – Surreal Dreams Matte
- Total Pages – 146
Live Your Fantasy
Dream Journal for Self Interpretation
When we sleep our subconscious mind comes to life. It’s our own fantasy world in which we rarely have control. But, with practice, lucid dreaming is a real possibility. Lucid dreaming is when we are able to control (to some extent) the events that occur during the dream stories. This means we can end a dream at will when things take a strange turn. You can also remember the dreams more vividly and understand what it all means.
By using this dream journal, you have a formula to follow with questions aimed to jog your memory. Dreams are famously easily forgotten within minutes of waking, so getting it all down on paper as soon as you wake is parmount.
With this dream workbook at your bedside, you have the opportunity to jot your dream sequence down as soon as you wake. Once the initial thoughts are set into the dream notebook, you will be able to interpret them much better than trying to remember them all at once when your mind is racing.
Over time, dreams start to form patterns. You may go through the same kind of sequence, with the same people popping up in different locations and situations. What does it all mean? Does this mean you are going to see this person soon? Have they news for you? Should you seek them out?
Over time, you will begin to understand what your subconscious mind is trying to tell you. These could be portents of danger or signals that something good is about to happen to you.
Written down and interpreted, they start to make a lot of sense. Even if you cannot interpret them yourself, there are many websites who can do this for you. The important thing is to log your dreams into a handwritten book.
It’s a fun exercise that will become a useful habit and an interesting pastime.
Begin understanding your dreams by using a dream journal. You may finally see the real truth in what lies beneath them.