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    Default Symptoms of spiritual awakening

    If yesterday will kill you tomorrow, would you live yesterday today?

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    I am going through a spiritual awakening now and I found this person's advice very helpful. I have dealt with most of these symptoms but I would have loved to have this a couple months ago.

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    That was a very fascinating article. A few minor things struck me as newage-fluffy, but other than that, I enjoyed it immensely. One thing I would like to say is that if your head is tingling you might want to make sure it isn't a stroke.

    I have recently been experiencing quite a few of those symptoms myself. I have three main areas that I need to work on: Fear, anger, and dreams.

    I wasn't raised to have a lot of confidence, and as we know, not healing a wound allows it to fester. I'm respecting my process, though.

    I'm also quick to anger and annoy, something that goes along with the fear, I suppose. I'm getting better at it.

    Dreams...I hardly ever remember them. Once in a blue moon I'll recall a bout of "Astral play," as Don Kraig puts it - the kind of dreams that are just regular thoughts and don't really mean anything, but 99% of the time I sleep deeply and remember nothing upon waking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by She Devil View Post
    Would you like me to give you a technique on how to remember your dreams?
    It only works half the time for me, but people are different, so, it might help you.
    Sure, couldn't hurt. The technique Buckland outlines in his "Complete Book of Witchcraft" which involves repeating "I will remember my dreams" to yourself as you go to sleep doesn't help, so I'll try anything.
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    Simple enough. I pray to my patron Goddess and God every night anyway, so it won't be that much of a transition. Thanks for the tip.
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    The one thing that really helped me to start remembering my dreams was starting a dream journal. I kept a looseleaf binder near my bed and when I woke up in the morning I wrote anything I could remember. If I didn't remember anything then I wrote "I do not remember anything". At first it was sporadic, but now (about 2.5 months into it) I remember almost every dream when I wake up. Don't know if that will help, since everyone is indeed different, but it worked for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDAndrews View Post
    The one thing that really helped me to start remembering my dreams was starting a dream journal. I kept a looseleaf binder near my bed and when I woke up in the morning I wrote anything I could remember. If I didn't remember anything then I wrote "I do not remember anything". At first it was sporadic, but now (about 2.5 months into it) I remember almost every dream when I wake up. Don't know if that will help, since everyone is indeed different, but it worked for me...
    Not only does this help you remember your dreams, it also is a way to start lucid dreaming. It took me 4 months of writing, but now I have lucid dreams atleast once every week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDAndrews View Post
    The one thing that really helped me to start remembering my dreams was starting a dream journal. I kept a looseleaf binder near my bed and when I woke up in the morning I wrote anything I could remember. If I didn't remember anything then I wrote "I do not remember anything". At first it was sporadic, but now (about 2.5 months into it) I remember almost every dream when I wake up. Don't know if that will help, since everyone is indeed different, but it worked for me...
    True, it couldn't hurt. I do have a dream journal but it only has like three entries in it because rather than writing "I don't remember anything" every day, I didn't bother at all. I'll have to try that. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siike92 View Post
    Not only does this help you remember your dreams, it also is a way to start lucid dreaming. It took me 4 months of writing, but now I have lucid dreams atleast once every week.
    I hadn't thought of that... Can you point me in the direction of some info on exactly how to start lucid dreaming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDAndrews View Post
    I hadn't thought of that... Can you point me in the direction of some info on exactly how to start lucid dreaming?
    Here is a little bit about dream recall
    How To Remember Your Dreams

    and here is a couple methods used to induce lucid dreams
    Lucid Dream Induction Techniques


    Hope this helps!

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