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Continuing Dreams

By on December 23, 2016 in Dreams

Continuing Dreams

By: Missy Marston

Do you have an unfinished dream you still remember? Do you often have nightmares and wake up with your heart pounding? Do you want to finish that lovely dream about traveling to Paris? Well, you can!

If you’re already proficient at remembering your dreams, read on! Otherwise, I’d recommend checking out this article on how to remember your dreams.

Finishing Dreams the Same Night

To continue a dream after waking up from it, simply keep your eyes closed and recall what you can remember from the dream: how it felt, any details, and where it left off. Focus entirely on what you can remember, especially anything dealing with the senses (what you smelled, tasted, saw, felt, heard, etc.). While focusing on the last thing you remember, try to let yourself drift back to sleep. You should continue your dream right where you left off!

Finishing Dreams From the Past

If you can remember old dreams pretty well, you can relive them or continue in them. For example, if there is a common nightmare you have had, think about everything you can remember in it: where was it? Who was in it? What perspective was it from? What was frightening about it? And most importantly: what can I do to make this pleasant instead of scary? You may find that the menacing dream of being chased ended up being a pleasant reunion with an old friend. Dreaming should be a pleasant escape from this physical world.

Dreams With Passed Loved Ones

You can even try this with dreams where loved ones visit you. Check out this article on constructing a familiar place where you feel comfortable to talk to your loved ones. Or, you can focus on a dream you have already had with someone who has passed and focus on what you can remember from that. Before bed, think about how you felt after waking up, what details you can remember from the dream, how your passed loved one looked in the dream, and where you were. Think about these things as you’re falling asleep to prompt the dream, and call out (in your head or out loud) to your loved one and ask if they will come visit you in your dream state.

This type of on-command dreaming takes time and practice, and also necessitates a good ability to remember your dreams, so don’t be put off if it doesn’t work right away. Have fun in the dream state my friends!

Read more articles by Missy Marston!

Missy MarstonAbout the author: My name is Missy Marston, webmaster and editor of MetaMissy.com. I am 23 years of age living in sunny Florida. I have two dogs, two cats, and too many fish – I adore animals. I love reading, especially Kurt Vonnegut, and have a steady interest in philosophers. On October 10th, I lost my best friend and little sister, Christina. Out of that tragic experience came a reminder of my deep-rooted love for all things metaphysical and a sign for my future path. Within weeks, I began channeling Christina! I want everyone to know the enlightening truth that there is much more out there than we realize. There is so much more waiting inside of ourselves than we give credit for, and all of it is easily accessible. Come with me on a journey from deep inside your conscious to the outer rims of the multiverse! Follow me on Facebook!

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