Do you dream? Do you remember your dreams? Learning to recall the contents of your dream experience can provide rich insights into the workings of your subconscious. C.G.Jung’s celebrated work recognised the role of the subconscious in human behaviour and the messages that flow from our dreams can be the perfect source of guidance in our quest for happiness, fulfilment and complete self-expression. If you have difficulty remembering your dreams, you can always give yourself clear instructions before you go to sleep. A simple phrase such as “I will clearly remember all my dreams when I wake up tomorrow” can engage the co-operation of the subconscious mind and help you recall your dream experiences. Keeping a dream journal can help to train the mind to remember. You only need to recall the first image and this single thread of recollection can lead you back through the entire dream sequence. Dreams often operate in the language of symbolism. Understanding the symbols can be immensely helpful in interpreting and understanding yourself and your waking life. These powerful insights can guide you to levels of personal discovery that might simply astonish you.
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