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Prophetic Dreams – How Do I Remember My Dreams?

By on December 16, 2016 in Dreams

Prophetic Dreams - How Do I Remember My Dreams?

By: Missy Marston

Let’s face it: most of the people you know, and probably yourself, have experienced a prophetic dream. Maybe you’ve visited somewhere you’ve never been and everything felt oddly familiar. Or for some reason you expect something to happen, it does, and you have a small flashback to a portion of that dream. This happens to me often, but then again I always remember my dreams and often write them down.

Some prophetic dreams are obvious, like dreaming about spilling coffee on your boss and having it happen a few days later. Other prophetic dreams, like many have, are more symbolic.

For me, I have had dreams first about stargazing and encountering massive UFOs, then galactic counsels and their hubs, and more recently, using vastly advanced technologies to fly and teleport. I recently realized it was my subconscious alerting me to a shift in my perception – I would begin to open my mind to the known unknown, meet others who have a similar goals and insights, and use mental tools to do the seemingly impossible!

Hindsight is 20/20 which is why you should always keep a dream journal – to look back and see patterns or a specific theme, or even to prove to yourself that yes you did predict that storm that blew that one tree over. I find that this is a great technique for those who never remember their dreams and also for those who forget them 5-10 minutes after waking up.

Prophetic Dreams - How Do I Remember My Dreams?

Just have a note pad or piece of paper next to your bed with something to write with. If you wake up in the middle of the night – especially if you’re sweating, anxious, scared, or elated – write down whatever you can remember, even if it’s something small. When you wake up in the morning, the first thing you should do is write down whatever you remember from your dreams. If you can’t remember anything at all, write down how you felt when you woke up. Happy? Sad? Confused? Write it down! You can also use a tape recorder if that is easier for you. Every night before you go to sleep, tell yourself that you will remember you dreams tonight. If something you see during the day triggers part of your dream, write it down too! Eventually, you will be able to recollect your dreams easier and in more detail. This practice takes patience and consistency, so keep with it and you’ll begin to see results!

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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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