Whether you remember them by the time you awake from slumber or not, we all dream. Tapping into the dream state opens up a whole new realm of possibility when it comes to expanding our consciousness, as well as enhancing our whole life.
Dreaming has long been studied and often misunderstood by scientific communities, often being written off as meaningless or gibberish as a result of the brain processing parts of the day. That may be the case in some examples, but certainly not for everything.
Dreams offer a gateway into the astral plane where we can do and experience incredible things! We work out conflicts within ourselves, connect with spirit guides, do spiritual work for the greater good, or even visit with people who have crossed over.
The reason dreams are so misunderstood by science is because each dream experienced by the observer is unique and specific to them. There is no painting with a broad brush when it comes to dreams. That is why it is so beneficial for us to become more familiar with dream work – interpreting and interacting with our own dreams – because they are meant especially for us!
The first step to diving deeper into doing dream work is fine-tuning our dream recall, or remembering our dreams.
There is a wide spectrum of dreaming experiences: ranging from having graphic and completely detailed dreams with obvious meanings, to waking up and not remembering them at all.
No matter where you fall in this spectrum (and it may vary depending on the day), my goal is to give you 5 tips to develop your dream recollection. In this week’s video, I go through each step to give you some starting points allowing you to further your relationship with your dreams. Check it out below and sweet dreams!
As always, please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or would like to book an Intuitive Healing Session to discover the meaning of your dreams or how to do more advanced dream work.
Love and light, xox