Therefore, when you awaken with a dream in your mind: immediately close your eyes again before you fully awaken.
- Then, relax into the feeling of being in both your dream world and your physical world.
- Allow images of your nightly journey to dance with your 3D memory.
- Go into a meditative state in which you are not asleep, but not fully awake.
- In this state, you can often recover the important higher dimensional messages that your 3D brain has interpreted as “just a dream.”
Once you recapture that dream:
- Step into the dream and tell your self the dream with your eyes closed.
- When you tell your self your dream, you transfer the dream from your fourth-dimensional dream reality and into your third-dimensional conscious thinking.
- Immediately reach for the pad and pen that is always stored next to your bed.
- And quickly write down everything that you can remember. If you slip back into sleep, it is likely to assist you to remember your dreamtime message. Hence, be sure to tell yourself the dream, and immediately write it down.
With practice, you will train your third dimensional waking brain to remember your dreams longer, and/or to remember the short picture or message that flew through your awareness at the moment of your awakening.