How to Remember Dreams – New Article

A simple and straightforward guide to remembering dreams has been added, containing tips on keeping a dream diary, lying still when you wake up, chanting a mantra, going back into a dream after you wake up and more.

Read the article here.

By | 2015-07-23T15:08:57+00:00 March 10th, 2012|astral projection and dreams, spiritual practice|1 Comment

About the Author:

Mark Pritchard is an author and founder of the modern revival of the ancient Religion of the Sun. He's been teaching since 1990, has been dedicated to spiritual practice for decades, and has had metaphysical experiences since childhood. He has authored a number of books on out-of-body experiences, consciousness, and spiritual awakening, including an earlier edition of The Astral Codex which became a bestseller in its genre, and Gazing into the Eternal which was a finalist in the Best Book Awards 2009 in spirituality. He has appeared on over 70 radio and television programs internationally, and writes with the name Belsebuub, which is the name of his spirit/soul/consciousness.

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  1. Geraldine March 26, 2013 at 8:24 am - Reply

    The first time I heard about these tips, I did not know what to make of them, as I was very new to awareness and did not understand it really well and mantras. But the main thing was that I wanted to remember my dreams, and I also wanted to experiment and try things for myself.

    It did not take me months or weeks to vouch for these tips – they actually totally work.

    Like going to sleep with the intention of either trying to astral project and/or remember my dreams in the morning makes a big difference. I realised this when after a while, i stopped being so diligent about it, and would get a “dry spell” of not remembering my dreams. I had to look at myself frankly and could see that I had stopped for a while trying to be connected to the astral world. Almost expecting it to be given that link for ‘free’ in a sense. But from experience, I realised that not only the intention counts but the action to make things happen are needed.

    But right away, I was really surprised by how not moving and keeping truly still when I would first woke up made such a difference in being able to remember my dreams. It took me a little of willpower to get used to it in the morning, but it did not take that long, and reaping the benefits was too good to pass on that!

    Looking back on how I used these tips, I honestly did not start to do the mantra right away, because I was quite new to mantras and did not know what to make of them, s I only did it from time to time. But finally, I decided to give it a good and real go. I guess because I was new to mantras, it took me a little while to do it correctly, like learning to concentrate on it etc.. And yes, it definitely works. As I started to feel and focus on the mantra as I chanted internally, I started to remember more of my dreams. Sometimes, it was not necessarily that I remember more of the last dream I had, but instead I would start remembering other dreams I had not remembered when I first woke up. Definitely magical 🙂

    Aaah the dream diary – soooo useful! Not only when I write my dreams, I can remember more details or sometimes it prompts my memory, but when I don’t understand a symbol, or a dream right away, months later, I’m usually able to get ‘the dream’ or at least get some significance from it, which at the time I could not. So without a dream diary, I would not have that ability.

    So from my personal experience, these are most definitely tips that really do work – and the last one about going back into a dream, was also something I tried and had success with. This ‘exercise’ actually was really helpful about teaching me about visualisation and how to get it right.

    Many thanks to Belsebuub for making these tips so easily accessible for all – I’m sure they’ll help many people remember their dreams better.

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