There’s nothing worse than having a remarkable dream and forgetting most of it within minutes upon awakening! This is why you need to record them as soon as possible. Because I specialize in dream interpretation I often hear: I know I should write down my dreams, I don’t like writing, how do I journal my dreams, or why should I go through all that hassle?
This six and a half minute podcast is based on the blogs The Importance of a Dream Journal and What’s the Perfect Dream Journal for You? Listen to the podcast to discover seven valid points on the importance journaling your dreams. Plus, I will go over six different styles of journals to use, besides pen and paper to assist you with discovering your perfect journal.
One response I hear the most when I tell people I’m a dream interpreter is – I can’t remember my dreams. Sometimes somebody wonders if they dream at all as they never recall their them. Which I reply, “Of course you did. Your body has to dream in order to have Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep or you would be dead. REM also happens to cats and other animals.”
There were few choices of dream journals to choose from back in the early nineties when I began journaling my dreams, which was either handwritten in a book journal or recorded on a magnetic tape recorder machine. These days, you are lucky to have a multitude of choices. If you desire to know why you should even bother to record your dreams, please read The Importance of a Dream Journal.
Have you awakened from an amazing dream, thought you would remember it, then later couldn’t recall it or only remembered bits and pieces? This happens to all human beings, which shows the importance of a dream journal because it is imperative to document them upon awakening.