Dream Journaling

Space_DreamOur journal-writing activity this week: Choose a magic power you’d like to use in a dream tonight. Follow along with the guided instructions in this episode, for a mini writing meditation!

While many writing coaches encourage us to describe and clarify our waking dreams (goals, aspirations, etc.), there are many reasons to explore and befriend your nighttime dreams, too. In this episode, I share fun facts about oneirology, the scientific study of dreams. I promise you that every dream contains powerful insight or application to your actual life, once you learn how to decode them.

Let me guess: You’d love this episode even more if you could only remember your dreams? Count yourself in the majority, which is why my Dream Journaling Workshop specifically addresses this, by including proven techniques to guarantee dream recollection or your money back. (JournalTalk, Episode #44, November 11, 2014)

SPECIAL OFFER:  Save $50 on the upcoming Live Dream Journaling Workshop by using the code “JournalTalk” upon checkout. Offer expires 12/31/14. Seating is limited to 15 people, unless there are international participants. The course is delivered by weekly live webinars on Sunday evenings (U.S. time zones) over a six week period starting January 11, 2015.

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2 thoughts on “Dream Journaling

  1. Leslie Levy

    Nathan, I had so much fun with this journaling exercise! The magic power I chose, invisibility, allowed my eavesdropping fantasies to run wild. I wonder how many people are signed up for the next dream journaling workshop? And for those of us who are technologically a bit “green,” what exactly is a “live webinar?”

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  2. Nathan Ohren

    Leslie, I’m so glad you enjoyed. Thanks for the comment. So far, only a few registrations at this time (writing this note on 19 Nov 2014), so still room for more, but the Dream Journaling course usually fills up. Live webinars means we all share my screen and get on a conference call together for an hour a week to check-in and get updates, with homework assignments and GOOD SLEEP for the rest of the week. It’s a blast!

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