How is that journal writing going? Are you keeping track of your dreams? Maybe you woke with a certain feeling or a song in your head or a list of things to do that day. Perhaps you went on an adventure and flew over a city to see a relative from the past. What should you do with these feelings, songs, lists, or very detailed dreams? Why do we even have them?
I have always dreamed, but as a child I was often plagued by horrific nightmares of skeletal people chasing me down and pulling me into the ground. These scary dreams would bother me all day and I was often told that it was just a dream. It wasn't until years later when I attended a dream workshop led by Robert Moss, who was just developing his work with dreams, that I realized they weren't just dreams. At this workshop and through many years of training with Robert, I have learned that I do dream for a reason and that I could do something with my dreams to improve my life.
Robert is now author of many books on dreams and travels around the world sharing his wonderful techniques that anyone can use to make sense of their dreams. The quickest one is called the 'Lightning Dreamwork Game' and it can be done anywhere, with anyone in just a few minutes. Robert best describes the process in his book, The Three "Only" Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence & Imagination.