Dreams can mean so many different things. Sometimes they mean nothing at all and other times they are prophetic in nature and mean everything to us. It is good to keep a dream journal. A dream journal is a notebook you keep near you bed at night, in which you write down as much details of dreams that you can remember when you wake up. You do this each night. Over time you become better at remembering your dreams and remembering details of your dreams. It will make you have more vivid dreams and more detailed dreams.

It can help you to communicate with spiritual beings that want to give you detailed messages. It will be easier to remember those messages when it is easier for you to remember dreams in general.

It can help you to have lucid dreams. Lucid dreams can help you to control your life more.

There is a lot of advice out there about how to keep a good dream journal and how to interpret dreams. A dream journal is basically a daily diary of dreams. Your interpretation of a dream is the most important one.

The lesson that I want to share with you is that lucid dreams help you practice manipulating and changing dreams just by willing it to happen. This is powerful for you in your daily awake life. When you keep a dream journal, the most important thing is that you remember details of the dream, as opposed to becoming psychologically attached to the meanings or images.

Once you are good at remembering details, then lucid dreaming and higher spiritual advice, will be able to work through your skills.

Written by Max Mancer – Light Axis Healing

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