I’ve always been fascinated with dream study. I’ve kept records of dreams throughout my life, though admittedly, not on any kind of regular basis – i have notebooks filled with dreams recorded night after night, and other journals with only the intermittent dream written hastily down. Then there are gaps, sometimes of months, sometimes of years. So I can hardly say I’m an adept at dreaming, but like everything else in my life, all in good time…
I’ve been wanting to set up a dream blog for awhile now. I’m not at all familiar with blogging, so it is a new experience for me. One might ask, what interest are my dreams for others? Well… not much. But as with life, clouds and mashed potatoes, it’s all in how you look at it. I find that when we develop an interest in exploring our dreams, it helps to see how others do it, and it’s natural to look for examples. This is my example of a Dream Journal. Though each person is unique, perhaps this will give you some ideas in the study of your own dreams.
Try reading each dream as if it were your own, and think about what it might mean to you if you were the dreamer. It could be interesting. Dreams are rich with symbols. What do the symbols and events in my dream mean to you? Whatever you may find in my dreams will perhaps tell you a little bit about me, but more likely, it will tell you even more about yourself.
I don’t know about you, but I think I’m going to have fun!