Keeping a dream journal will allow you to capture the essence of your dreams and maybe see patterns in the messages coming from your subconscious. Here are 5 easy steps you can take to start keeping a record of your dreams.
You’ve probably heard about the many benefits of journaling. You may have even bought yourself a beautiful journal, all ready to get going. But maybe it’s hard to start. Perhaps it’s hard to think of what to write…
We all need a little help now and then, so why do we struggle so much asking for it? Are we too stubborn? Are we afraid of being a burden? Regardless of why, if you need help, asking for it is the most direct and reasonable way to get it.
There are many ways to keep a journal. You can record the events of your days, plan a vacation, analyze your dreams or use a bullet journal to organize your life. Journaling can help you capture your thoughts or plot out your career.
You might think doodling is just something you do when you’re on the phone, or if you’re bored in meetings. After all you hardly even think about it, you do it.
But the latest research has found that doodling is a powerful tool for increasing your creativity, focus, and cognitive capacity.
Keeping a journal can be one of the most powerful tools for working through issues, unburdening your problems and connecting with your inner self. Journaling can help quell those loud outsiders and focus on what’s important. You. Here are 4 prompts to help you get started.
Dreams are more than just your brain’s reruns from the day or for swapping weird dream stories with your friends and colleagues. Dreams can be powerful messages about problems or stresses in your life. Here are 4 reasons why you should start a dream journal.