We can forget our dreams just as easily as we have them. However, in order to gather dream stories, I will need as much information as you can remember to pool together more accurate data. I have added a variety of categories that you can attempt to answer when you wake from a vivid dream. Write them down and then submit your entries to my dream submission page, which I will be checking regularly. The more dream submissions I receive, the greater my understanding will be of our most common shared emotions. Dreams demonstrate, in the purest form, the vast power and imagination every mind is capable of.
Keep a pen and pad of paper close to your bed at night so that when you wake up in the morning you can quickly jot it down. Your journal can be anything from a few brief notes, a vivid image, an overall feeling, or a fully developed story from beginning to end. Here are some categories to help you log your dreams. I look forward to reading them.
Write a summary of your dream, including as many details as you can recall:
If you are stuck, here are some guidelines to help you get your journal started. This may help you remember more details about your dreams.
Environment (Location, weather):
When did this dream take place?
What sounds, colors, or images do you remember?
How does this dream relate to any previous dreams?
Is this dream prompted by something that happened recently?
How did this dream make you feel?
Is this a recurring dream? How is it the same or different?
Soon your dream patterns will become apparent. You can analyze how often you remember your dreams and to what detail, and what you think the meaning of them are based on how you have been feeling lately. You can also submit your dreams to our website to put them in a running for an expert analysis by one our very own dream interpreters.