Learn How to Have Vivid and Meaningful Dreams
Learning how to facilitate vivid dreams is a foundation for lucid dreaming. Often time vivid dreams can be rather meaningful on a non-verbal level, and provide you with insight and perspective that you did not have before. These dreams keep you in-touch with a deep honest part of yourself and are a sign of good health.
Learning to have vivid and meaningful dreams in your life is much like tending to a garden. If you left your garden unattended, native plants and weeds would grow there. These plants don’t do you much good and are easily ignored. But if you take that same garden, and intentionally plant seeds, pull weeds, and nurture what shows up, your garden will provide fruit and vegetables to nourish your life.
This works the same way for your dream practice. If you have been ignoring, neglecting, or just not remembering your dreams, then you will most likely not have many vivid dreams. The process of increasing your dream recall and vividness is a growing process that can take a few months. But as long as you set your intention to have vivid dreams, break bad habits, and try new things, your dreams will flourish and provide you with insight, creativity, and a foundation for getting lucid.
Once you have set your intention on having more vivid dreams, the next step is to learn more about sleep, dream recall, and techniques. It is important to understand how the sleep cycle works when when dreams are the most vivid.
Below are articles that can help you have Vivid and Meaningful Dreams:
When we set our intention to become better dreamers, our dreams slowly begin to open up and become more vivid. By doing the dream practices [&hellip
When I first learned about Lucid Dreaming in 1998, I wondered why more people did not have dreams, or know much about it. What I [&hellip
Sleep Cycles and Circadian Rhythm for Optimal Dream Recall Sleep and dream cycles varies between individuals, but the majority of healthy people show a consistent [&hellip
Imagine there are 2 items in front of you on a table: A setup game of chess, and a dream catcher. These 2 items represent [&hellip